Hi ZC ,
you are not alone ! I am 29 and have had my pouch since I was 17. After several months of trying to conceive with my husband I had a suspicion something wasn't right and when I was worked up my obgyn found a large hydrosalpinx and I needed surgery. I was devastated for many reasons I needed my right Fallopian tube removed due to adhesions forming from my previous surgeries and causing severe dialation leaving it non functional. Knowing once it's out I would only have 1 good side to conceive and they found my good tubd also suffers from adhesions causing damage and dialation but still has a slight opening so they left it. I underwent fertility treatments after the surgery and they went staight to IUI even though the chances were low and after several failed cycles we turned to ivf. Going through fertility is draining emotional and downright depressing. I'm happy to report after our fresh transfer of a 5 day blastocyst I'm now 16 weeks pregnant. Currently I have found out several people in my life who just got pregnant at the drop of a hat and it definitely stings. But I'm happily pregnant and have 2 frozen blastocysts for future use and hopefully my pregnancy continues without any complications.
Good luck and remember you are not alone