Sometimes, you POAS. Sometimes you just need a POA---a plan of attack.
We're off the my OB/Gynie today to figure out what we can do to try to have another baby. It's been 4 months since miscarriage #2 and we're not pregnant again. (We're in the midst of Month 5, so who knows). This is the longest we've gone without getting pregnant; before now, we've gotten pregnant every 2 or 3 months of trying.
So, I just want to go to the doc and find out what he thinks our options are. And if we're not all that into those, then we'll go to the infertility clinic and see what they think our options are.
At my age, IVF is really not all that promising, despite when it happens to 47 year olds, who then decide they don't want children. And it's not cheap. Adoption is not cheap either, but you're guaranteed a child by the end of that process. (Unless, you've adopted from a 47 year old who then changes her mind.)
So there you go. We'll see what the doc says. I hope I know enough to know if his advice is lame or not.