... although the no ovulation needs to be understood, if not solved. I know people mean well when they say stuff like this, but frankly it gets annoying. How many times do you think an infertile couple has heard this? I know there are stories of how couples have conceived after adoption, but its not "inevitable" it will happen. From someone that's been there, it always sounded like, "Hey guys you know what you're doing wrong, blah blah blah." We heard this for 5 years straight, from all the outside well-wishers as well as tons of other "helpful hints". Finally you just say "yes, I have heard that, thanks!"You're right. Conceiving while in teh adoption process is not inevitable. But you know what is ineveitable? getting a baby and becoming a parent. When you go down the adoption path there is a light at the end of the tunnel. You dont know how long the tunnel is but it is inevitable that at the end, they give you a baby (mine took 9 months domestically). At some point the question should be "Is not having a family an option?" if the answer is no, then adoption is a good path, not because one might get pregnant, but because one WILL get a baby.