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Dealing With Infertility It Can Give You Inspiration

Dealing With Infertility It Can Give You Inspiration

 

As a Female, we often think, “Of course, I will be able to get pregnant” no matter what our age. But, unfortunately, that isn’t always the case.

Dealing With Infertility It Can Give You Inspiration
Dealing With Infertility It Can Give You Inspiration

 

And though it can become harder to get pregnant as you age, you may still have infertility issues in your 20s or 30s not just your 40s. That said, here is a happy story about good things coming to those who wait.

 

 

Hart of Dixie star Jaime King, Thirty-five, recently revealed to ABC News that she tried to get pregnant for 4 years before finally conceiving her baby boy, James Knight, with husband Kyle Newman. Though she did not reveal what the key was to finally get pregnant (a reproductive surgery? IVF or another fertility treatment? I guess you have to keep some things private), she shows that it’s possible to be a mother, even when you aren’t a fertile myrtle.

“This child was a long time in the making,” she said about James, who is now seven months old. “And I feel like the universe put a little extra magic dust in him. He is like the happiest, most joyful, social, and loving baby.” Aww!

“Everything takes on a new meaning,” she also added about being a mother—something she is always dreamed of. And though she is a naturally skinny model-turned-actress, Jaime embraced her curves and even shared a beautiful bikini bumpie of herself.

 

 

“There is definitely an identity crisis you go through [when your body starts changing], but it took a long time to get pregnant,” she said, acknowledging her infertility struggle. “For me, the child was such a blessing that the most important thing for me was that I was active…I was never obsessive about dieting or exercise. I did not care how much I gained. I just wanted to make sure he was healthy.”

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