My Last Eight Hundred Eggs — Part 1

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“The good news is that you don’t have ovarian cancer,” the ob-gyn said, his oval eyes locked on the pad containing my blood test results. “The bad news is that you have a low ovarian reserve.”

So my insufficient appetite, hyperactive bowel movements, and uneven period weren’t a death sentence. I would have jumped of happiness — if it wasn’t for the doctor’s last statement.

He writes books, including Hidehiko and the Social Reintegration Worker (coming out soon).

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Alexandro Chen

Alexandro Chen

He writes books, including Hidehiko and the Social Reintegration Worker (coming out soon).

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