If my nanny, my mother, and my sister all have ovarian and cervical problems, and i'm now...
experiencing them, will i be more likely to become unfertile?
This would all depend on the type of problems they have exactly, and if it caused them ultimate infertility. Clearly your nanny and your Mum still managed to conceive. I too suffer from such problems, and as a result my fertility was affected. I have hubbed on this in the hub http://hubpages.com/hub/My-Desparate-for-a-Baby-Diary but you might also find my hub on severe period pains relevant in this instance which can be found http://hubpages.com/hub/Severe-Period-P … our-Doctor
Sadly I have been unable to have children as a result, but this is not the case for everyone.
Thank you misty. My nanny and my mother both didn't start having these problems until they both had all their kids. But My nanny was in her late 30's early 40's and my mom was in her early 20's. My sister however is 16. So i'm a little freaked out. But thank you for you're advice. And i pray, one day you will have children!
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