I was diagnosed with MRKH on December 16, 2009. My then-gynecologist (who was 7 months pregnant at the time) told me the news. She was very blunt and told me that basically I had no chance of ever conceiving but "luckily since I was so young I had lots of time to consider adoption since I could accept never having a child of my own by the time I'm ready." Needless to say, she is NOT my gynecologist anymore.
I have been on many different kinds of birth controls for hormone treatments (and do realize how unfair it feels to take BIRTH control when you know you can't have kids???) and now I'm on a low dose of hormones meant for women in menopause or those that have had hysterectomies. We are researching our options for starting a family, as you will see in many of my posts below, and are starting to save money towards the extremely expensive IVF treatments. We also have to find a surrogate, we don't want someone that smokes or drinks, no chemicals, go by the books, and natural in-home birth with a midwife. I don't want to have any doctors aside from my gyno and midwife being around our baby.