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    On a positive note, at least time is on your side. I know you've been through one heck of a battle.

    Any chance either of you can get a job with benefits that cover fertility treatments? I believe my job (and my husband) each cover at $15,000 over our lifetime, each -- since we both work there -- I'm covered for $30,000, and my husband is covered for $30,000.

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    I'm so sorry to hear your news It sounds as though you have a good plan in place though! You're still fairly young, so that is a good thing as well! In today's world, becoming a mom beyond 30, even 35+ is pretty common. I know someone who didn't become a mom until after 40, so you just never know. Wishing you all the best in the future!

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