Unexplained infertility is can be an awful in-between state. As someone from the Creating a Family community commented:
I would rather be told “you can’t have kids” than be told “there is no reason why you can’t have kids, but it could happen at any time”.
She talked about living everyday with the thought that this could be the month, constantly tracking in her head her fertile days, and crying each month when her period came. She thought it would be much easier to know for certain that pregnancy was out of the question or at least very unlikely, than always wondering.
Craving a Diagnosis
Have you craved the certainty of a diagnosis? Is it easier to move forward if you know why you can’t get pregnant? Even with a diagnosis, you often don’t know for certain what your chances of pregnancy might be, but at least you have the general statistics for someone with your diagnosis. That gives some finality.
Ending the Monthly Torment
The woman I mentioned at the beginning, decided to take matters into her own hands.