November 8, 2012
I was born in the USA in 1951. My mother had already lost two full term babies and, as DES was all the rage, she was put on the drug by her doctor. Mum always had this underlying feeling that the drug was not quite "kosher" and, fortunately, this meant that I had regular examinations from the age of about 17. It became quite obvious in my 20s that my anatomy was DES affected. By my 30s it was apparent that I would not have children naturally. Had it not been for DES Action there would have been no organisation that I could turn to for information. Knowledge is power they say: well in my case knowledge did not give me children but having my circumstances explained with humanity and clearly saved me from deep depression and from spending - more - money on treatments that had only a miniscule chance of working. The Action group has been a constant source of support which I still turn to even in my 60s. My very best to all of you, and great thanks to DES Action.
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