Aug 19, 2017
Q. 32 years old married for last four years. I don't have any child. My husband always blames me. My in-laws also blames me but as per Dr I'm fit and fine to have a child. The problem is that these days I'm feeling very hopeless that I cannot be a mother. I'm not able to pay attention to any household work. Neither I feel any love towards my husband as he always criticise me mentally tortures me because of this. I feel like everything has finished for me. I also have tried to convince him for adopting a baby but the whole family denied. I don't feel that I should be alive. I feel very much in guilt that after trying also I'm not getting pregnant. Please help me and suggest me what should I do?
Hello Mam, It's sad to hear that your in-laws and your husband torture you for not having baby. As you already mentioned, that as per doctor you are fine and can have baby. So, may be its your husband's sexual problem that it giving problem in having a child. Don't go stressed, visit sexologist, get your husbands cheakup done and then work in night direction. Don't get hopeless, awareness is the night key.
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