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I'm Not Letting My Chronic Pain Stop Me From Becoming a Mom

Becoming a mom is so easy for some people - they get pregnant when they want to and then they pop out a kid. This is how it happened for my best friend, and I'm seriously jealous of her for this. But that's not how it's going to happen for me. For the last 10 years, I've had a chronic pain condition that is now making the process of getting pregnant so difficult. I never imagined I would still be struggling with myofascial pain syndrome by the time I felt ready to have a baby.
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