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    Keep the baby! He might not even be around after a year or who knows when anyway...ask any mother that terminated it is not just a terminate and you will get over it...it will haunt you for a very long time.

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    If I was in your position ild keep the baby. It's your choice not his. And this could be your only chance. Good luck with what ever you choose

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    I agree with everyone else also.

    I wish you all the best of everything.

    I dont want to repeat all that everyone else has already said so I wont. But I totally agree with all of the comments.

    Thinking of you.....

    (why do men suck sometimes!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aroha0509 View Post
    Hon you need to do what's right for you. Given how much you obviously want a baby and the complications with you being able to conceive again, I would be seriously considering whether it is worth the risk of never being able to have a child again. If he really loves you he will support you no matter what decision you make. All the best and massive hugs xx
    ^ ^ what she said
    I would hate for you to abort this baby then regret it, especially if you want a bub so much, good luck, xxxx

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    Keep it if you have been having trouble to get pregnant anyway this may be your last chance... Keep it and it would be def wanted at least by you!

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    Please keep the baby and get rid of him. I have just been through something very similar and I'm sitting here typing this on my phone looking at my beautiful DD playing with her toys - to have her was the best and most right decision I have ever made. I'm 41 too if you want to PM. He is lying to you 'trying again in 12 months' is BS. Go with your heart!!

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    It sounds like you were prepared to raise a child on your own before. This might be your best chance of this. In your position, I would keep it.

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    I agree with everything everyone has already said. I would keep the baby.

    Good luck

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    Your baby will give you more love than you can imagine..

    It's a no brainer for me. Good luck.

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    I haven't read the other posts.

    Do you feel as though he's making you choose ? For me, that makes the choice easy.


 

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