Update...Been Away for a While

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Registered: 10-11-2008
Update...Been Away for a While
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Mon, 11-23-2009 - 6:46pm

I haven't posted anything in the past month or so. I still check the board every single day but I guess I just haven't felt like I had much to contribute.


Today we met with the fertility doctor and we have set up a game plan. Some back story on me...my husband and I have been together over 6 years and have never used any form of birth control. I got pregnant in April 2008 and Caleb was born still in October 2008. We've been trying on our own for the past year. During the course of

~Summer, mommy to Caleb Patrick born into Heaven on 10/2/08

http://summerbrandon.blogspot.com/

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Mon, 11-23-2009 - 7:37pm
Wishing you much success as you move forward, and I wish you some peace as well. Best of luck, and let us know what happens!

Mimi


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Mimi

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Registered: 09-16-2008
Tue, 11-24-2009 - 9:47pm
Oh dear. I hope it works! Wishing you the best.

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             &nbs

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Thu, 11-26-2009 - 9:49am
Wishing you luck as you take this next step, and of course baby dust!

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Sat, 11-28-2009 - 11:57am

I've been wondering where you've been.

Jamie...(Forever and Always Ryans Mommy)

...born sleeping February 18th 2009

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Sun, 11-29-2009 - 6:49pm

Jamie,


It's funny that you have a bicornuate because when they first discovered my uterine issue about 6 years ago that's what they said I had. The MRI reading was wrong though. My doctors told me then not to worry about it until I wanted to conceive but that it shouldn't cause any problems.


Once the didelphys was discovered they told me pre-term labor was the only risk but there should be no issues TTC. My fertility doctor said she thinks the septum is blocking sperm though and insemination is the best idea. I think since you have the bicornuate with no septum you don't have to worry about sides (your uterus is still one vs. my condition where I actually have a right uterus and a left uterus). Maybe that's why your doctor is less concerned with multiples. Plus Caleb's autopsy did report

~Summer, mommy to Caleb Patrick born into Heaven on 10/2/08

http://summerbrandon.blogspot.com/