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broodiness after DH vasectomy

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AuntiePickleBottom Sun 19-Jun-11 21:59:15

while i was going through depression (undiagnosed) both me and DH decided we didn't want no more children, DH does not regret this decision and does not want any more. I respect his decsion, but at the same time regret oking the vasectomy as i think it was the depression that helped me say yes iygwim

the problem now, is that i am really broody. I miss being prenant, holding and looking after a newborn and everything about having a new baby.

how do i stop this broodiness, as there is no way of me conciving with out turning to fertility treatment, even then DH doesn't want any more

Pumpernickel10 Sun 19-Jun-11 22:39:23

You'll get this but you'll overcome it, I was the same when DH had one even though there was no way we could have another baby ( bad PND plus depression) it lasted about 2 months then I went back to normal, IRS the feeling that the option as been taken away.

AuntiePickleBottom Sun 19-Jun-11 22:46:48

hopefully, i did suffer from PND on both of my DC worst on the second DC as i just managed to control it and dd is 2

i kinda feel cheated that i never went into labour on my own, and was induced both time and the birth's was very medical, then went on the have PND both time.

that the reason DH doesn't want anymore, as he said he couldn't watch me the person who he loves go though the depression again ( I was on 30mg of citopram reduced to 10mg now)

Pumpernickel10 Sun 19-Jun-11 23:16:11

I can see his point and yours, sadly I got pregnant whilst on the coil and had to terminate because my PHD was so bad, I was hospitalised because of it so we decided not to chance it again, DH said my health was more important and your DH thinks the same and that's why your DH did it, he loves you and doesn't want to see you suffer anymore.

Pumpernickel10 Sun 19-Jun-11 23:16:46

I mean PND

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