Hi, I am a 21 year old woman & I was diagnosed with PId 1 year ago. I have to admit I was very distraught after my diagnosis. As some of you I was sexually active at a young age as well. My situation was a bit different though, I was very protective as a young girl & it wasn't until I was grown that I became "not as protective". I was involved in a relationship with a man whom I thought I was involved in a serious relationship with. Well come to find out he wasn't such an honest man & I contracted Chlamydia. Shortly after I begun treatment I found out that I had PID. It took a lot of prayer for me to forgive him & myself for being so naieve. Now that I am almost finished with college I have thought about starting a family one day with the right man. I am not 100% sure that I can based on what the doctors have said. But I believe that God has a plan for everyone. That even though I've made bad choices in the past I am not allowing it to affect my present or future. I am a strong believer that prayer changes things & that if you live a healthier life than everything will be fine. For all of the women who have PID, do not let your situation be bigger than God. Nothing is ever as bad as it seems & it is never over until God says it is. God gives blessings in many shapes & forms. If it shows you are not able 2 concieve naturally know that there are always other options. A mother is someone who loves, nurtures, & gives her children her all. Even if you have to adopt, that doesn't make you any less of a woman. Keep what I've said in your hearts & thoughts & I will pray for you allReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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