Help Celina & Matt complete their family with IVF

Clarksville, TN (US)
Created 3 weeks ago
Fertility Treatments

Help Celina & Matt complete their family with IVF

by Celina Noble

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  • $25,000.00

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Clarksville, TN (US)

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Campaign Story

My name is Celina and I have struggled with infertility for several years now. When I was 18 years old I decided to start taking the depo provera shot which I continued for 3 years. I had no concept of the ramifications it would later on cause me and deeply regret going down the path of destroying my chances at a pregnancy. When I met my husband Matt at 20 years old I decided to stop taking the depo shot. I didn’t at the time understand quite what I was getting myself into as Matt had two kids of his own already. I can now say that we have been together for 8 years and I have been ready for years now to have a child of my own. We got married in 2017 and In 2018 I decided I was ready to start that journey of having my own child. I went to several obgyn’s who inadvertently told me I was diagnosed with PCOS but that didn’t mean that I didn’t have options available to me. So I started taking progesterone and clomiphene to help my chances of ovulating and conceiving. At a certain point I gave up because I knew it wasn’t helping me so I decided to take a break from trying and thought if it’s meant to be it will happen. We then moved our family out of state from Arizona to Tennessee in 2021 to better our job opportunities. I decided I was ready to go see a new obgyn and try to see if there was anything they could do to help me. I was put on the clomid and progesterone again for a few months. After numerous appointments and blood work labs I was told that my progesterone levels are too low and that the medications they have are not strong enough to help me so they referred me to an endocrinologist specialist in Indiana. For years now I have suspected that the only way I would be able to conceive would be to go through some type of fertility treatment but nobody has said so, every doctor just told me I should have no problem because my uterus and everything looks good. Although I have known in my heart this to be true, hearing it did shock me and now I have to face the realization that I may never be able to have a child of my own. I am asking for donations so that I may get another chance to continue building my family. When I found out I would have to go through fertility treatments to continue this journey, I automatically knew it was going to be impossible for us to achieve due to finances. I may never get the child I hoped for and maybe it’s not in the cards for my life but I’m not ready to give up just get. This is just another block in our path and I hope that we can have some resemblance of a chance with some financial assistance. Thank you for taking the time to read.