You are going to have to decide this
As you are the only one who knows how hurt you are, you are going to have to decide this. I don't know how well you function but if it ends up putting more work on your spouse, you will find yourself divorced. Personally, getting pregnant would be the end of me now. The hormone changes alone would drive me to suicide. Of course, I am barely coping. No relationship has survived my disability. I can only leave the house for short time and usually end up overwhelmed and embarrassed because I need to go back home. Maybe you are recovered and this would be great for you but I am advising no. Sorry, you asked and that is my best advise girlfriend.
Had MVA in 2006 resulting in post concussive syndrome manifested by cognitive impairment, chronic pain/ fatigue. Chronic pain of head, neck, back, left leg.
Other problems include REM sleep behavior disorder, nocturnal frontal lobe epilepsy, chronic migraines associated with nausea/vertigo, episodes of passing out, hypoglycemia, liver dysfunction (had accidental overdose of acetaminophen in 2009) had liver and kidney failure, hernia, degenerative disc disease with compression of nerve root, PTSD, and other problems associated with functioning problems from traumatic brain injury (light, sound sensitive, easily overloaded, easily distracted, cannot focus, anxiety problems etc.)