What would you Advise, should she leave and remarry?

By Nic
@academic2 (7009)
Uganda
October 25, 2007 4:11am CST
A woman came out on our local Radio blaming her husband for being infertile, She has been in that marriage for the last 7 years without a baby and went to see the best gynecologist in town to confirm what the problem is. She was assured that she had all the required potentials to mother a baby. She asked her husband to go at once and see a Doctor and also prove that he is also fine and sound but the man is now threatening to replace her, blaming her intead for failing to bear a child. Would you advise her to leave and remarry?
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2 responses
@subathra (3519)
• India
26 Oct 07
Defenitely i will not..instead i will advise her to sit and talk to her husband with the help of a counsellor who will give a proper suggestion to them because both of them dont have a complaint and hence its not at all an issue for separation..They can get treatment and have a child. Moreover when there is true love between the partners then there will not be a question of infertility etc., etc., to break their marriage..These couple can lead a happy life..
@academic2 (7009)
• Uganda
26 Oct 07
True love is kind and gentle and I agree, there would not be serious infertiity questions-the only problem is our relatives, when it comes to children, they interfere alot but with true love, they simply mean nothing to the couples
@williamjisir (22903)
• China
25 Oct 07
I think that since they don't have any problem about being able to generate, they should try and try till they succeed without getting divorced this way. Maybe they need to get some guidance on how to make babies by their doctor so that they can make one. Divorce is not a good way at all.
@academic2 (7009)
• Uganda
26 Oct 07
The truth is, the man has failed to produce proof that he has the capacity to generate-the woman has, but now that she is trying to prove whether her hasband is sound in reproductive health, he wants to rplace her-what is the way forward?