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I have family members who had the same issue and still managed to get pregnant later on, so do not despair :-)
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I wouldn't since I didn't earn it. He did. If he chooses to contribute to his child's upbringing then he can pay for school or set up a trust.

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You can do it legally. You can force him to give you his house as well while he looks for a new place to live.
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I have family members who had the same issue and still managed to get pregnant later on, so do not despair :-)
Yeah. I was told there are medication to stimulate ovulation but tbh the lady who did the scan thinks I ovulated just fine. And since I'm late () it could well be a baby. I nearly hug the lady lol

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You can do it legally. You can force him to give you his house as well while he looks for a new place to live.
I could but absolutely have no interest in anything that is his. Obviously I would fight for my share since I paid for some things but only to the amount I contributed. Anyway we have no plan to divorce so..

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I could but absolutely have no interest in anything that is his. Obviously I would fight for my share since I paid for some things but only to the amount I contributed. Anyway we have no plan to divorce so..

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haha you're saying that right now. But if you get divorced and are filled with vengeance you could easily destroy his life and maybe even have him sent to jail for some time.

You're only 22 I can't imagine that you'd have 1000 pounds a month........ unless your parents support you
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haha you're saying that right now. But if you get divorced and are filled with vengeance you could easily destroy his life and maybe even have him sent to jail for some time.

You're only 22 I can't imagine that you'd have 1000 pounds a month........ unless your parents support you
I have inheritance and most jobs I could go for pay more than 1000 a month. If anything I have more than my husband. And sorry to disappoint you but I'm not the type to ruin his life. Not my problem if you don't believe me.

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Polycystic ovaries and possible pregnancy (but too early to confirm )

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I have PCOS hun :five: hopefully it is pregnancy
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I have inheritance and most jobs I could go for pay more than 1000 a month. If anything I have more than my husband. And sorry to disappoint you but I'm not the type to ruin his life. Not my problem if you don't believe me.

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So you would actually work rather than stay at home and bring YOUR child up at least for the first 2 years? You won't ruin your husbands life, just make it easier for yourself. After all its HIS child and he has to pay for it!!

And if you don't want any trouble you could live off the state!

Anyways, how does it feel to have so much power in your marriage? Or at least, potential power
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I have PCOS hun :five: hopefully it is pregnancy
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Hopefully!

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So you would actually work rather than stay at home and bring YOUR child up at least for the first 2 years? You won't ruin your husbands life, just make it easier for yourself. After all its HIS child and he has to pay for it!!

And if you don't want any trouble you could live off the state!

Anyways, how does it feel to have so much power in your marriage? Or at least, potential power
Er no thanks. I was brought up better than that.

And I think it's stupid.

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Er no thanks. I was brought up better than that.

And I think it's stupid.

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You were brought up to believe that staying at home is a bad thing or that your husband doesn't need to pay for his child?

Why do you think its stupid? Don't you like having power??
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You were brought up to believe that staying at home is a bad thing or that your husband doesn't need to pay for his child?

Why do you think its stupid? Don't you like having power??
I was brought up to believe I should work once my child goes to school and if separated my husband should have a choice whether to pay for his child or not. After all my dad had a choice to support me and mum didn't ask him.

It's not power. It's stupidity and if i want to debate about this I would post in your thread. But as it happens I don't particularly care.

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I was brought up to believe I should work once my child goes to school and if separated my husband should have a choice whether to pay for his child or not. After all my dad had a choice to support me and mum didn't ask him.

It's not power. It's stupidity and if i want to debate about this I would post in your thread. But as it happens I don't particularly care.

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It's not a question of "should" or should not. The point is that he does NOT have a choice by law. He has to pay. It might lead him to financial ruin but that isn't the point either.

Why do you say that it isn't power when it so clearly is? (at least to me) I don't want to get into stupid debates either, just conversation... I'm interested in people's opinions
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I hope you're feeling better and have more information about what is going on and how you can manage PCOS. It's really scary sitting and waiting. I hope all the staff are lovely and helpful.
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I hope you're feeling better and have more information about what is going on and how you can manage PCOS. It's really scary sitting and waiting. I hope all the staff are lovely and helpful.
Still in pain. I was told there's a medication they could give me for fertility but I said I'll wait as there's about 50% chance I'm pregnant. Just really annoyed as apparently the doctors knew about it last year but didn't tell me.

The staff had been wonderful.

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Still in pain. I was told there's a medication they could give me for fertility but I said I'll wait as there's about 50% chance I'm pregnant. Just really annoyed as apparently the doctors knew about it last year but didn't tell me.

The staff had been wonderful.

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Oh dear. Ah no that is so frustrating! Well at least it's information you have now for the future.

That's great to hear, it can make such a difference
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oh my god you ignored me! :cry2:
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Good luck lovely ahhh waiting is hard! Hope it is a baby. :hugs: keep us updated if it is.
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oh my god you ignored me! :cry2:
Yes, because this thread is all about you.
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Oh dear. Ah no that is so frustrating! Well at least it's information you have now for the future.

That's great to hear, it can make such a difference
Yeah definitely.

I met a filipina nurse last night and we were chatting in Tagalog and it was a good distraction. She was lovely!

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Good luck lovely ahhh waiting is hard! Hope it is a baby. :hugs: keep us updated if it is.
Fingers crossed and I definitely will.

I've now been discharged from the hospital so all good

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Yeah. I was told there are medication to stimulate ovulation but tbh the lady who did the scan thinks I ovulated just fine. And since I'm late () it could well be a baby. I nearly hug the lady lol

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I really hope you're pregnant. That would be great news.
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