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You're Not Gonna Believe This...

I think that one of the hardest parts of  Matt's cancer diagnosis was the fact that our lives were put on hold.  We are at the age where many of our peers are taking promotions, moving on to bigger and better things, traveling the world, and starting families.  For us, none of those things were on the horizon.  Don't get me wrong, we are absolutely elated for our friends and families who have had these opportunities, but honestly, it made me a little jealous. The hardest thing to accept was the possibility that we may never have kids - something we have wanted as long as we can remember.  (Side note:  STOP ASKING COUPLES WHEN THEY ARE GOING TO HAVE KIDS.  I wanted to plant my fist betwixt the eyes of more than a few people over these last few years.  You don't know their situation and it can be extremely hurtful to people who struggle.)  There is little to no research on fertility after receiving the type of chemotherapy Matt has received because most people with his type