Who is cycling in April?? :)

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Who is cycling in April?? :)
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Fri, 03-11-2011 - 10:11pm

HI Ladies

FINALLY!

Chris


Me, 38, dh, 35


3 IUI's - BFN


IVF #1 - Jan '08 - BFP - beautiful baby boy born 10/10/08


IVF cycle #2 - TTC

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Thu, 03-17-2011 - 1:26pm

havinfaith - YEY!! Glad to see your trying again.

----"Never give up on something that you can't stop thinking about every second of every day."----

Chris 

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Thu, 03-17-2011 - 1:58pm

Thanks:smileyhappy: I will be stalking you too! I will see you over on the sister board. I hang out there too!

 

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Fri, 03-18-2011 - 9:23am
Thanks for the support! I have done yoga for years, but just this week I had uterine polyps removed and feel like a whale. I have heard a lot of people feel fine the next day, but the doc said that I had one giant one that covered the whole wall and a lot of others. I am in pain and very bloated... Getting lesser and lesser every day, but still. I did not take any work off, because I know in the middle of April I will need the time. I thought about doing yoga this weekend, but decided that I should take it easy still. I love any natural thing like acupuncture, but my body is extremely sensitive to everything (sometimes good/sometimes bad). I am nervous if I start now, I will cause a little too much chaos for April. I am also concerned about the time from this polyp stuff to the actual egg retrieval, etc. The RE was very pleased with the results and thought all would be well. So I am trying to go with the flow. We have two fresh, two frozen, and that is about it ($30,000 already), so fingers crossed on the first time.

How bloated and sore were you during stimming? Does stimming even relate to my normal ovulation time frame? I wondered if I should get rid of the ovulation machine or just keep peeing on that little stick. The meds will surly affect it, right?

I am excited though, and I keep envisioning success. I had a lucid dream in December where I was holding a slightly pregnant stomach and told DH, "See I told you it would happen on the first time." And that was when we thought we were going to do IUI. We just haven't done anything... It has always been... Okay we're ready, but now wait... Something else. It would be great to get a clean shot, but everything worth getting ain't easy, right?! My DH has been through so much in his life and as much as I need to be a mother, he needs to be a dad.

Anyhow, thanks for listening ladies. Here's to a sticky month of faerie flowing dust!!!
About me: Sheri 35, DH 42, happily married 16 years, 3 furbabies TTC#1 since forever, MFI (complications from Type 1 Diabetes) December, February IUIs cancelled. One thing after another. March IVF stopped for uterine polyps (my turn to have something
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Fri, 03-18-2011 - 11:26am

Hi Pix!

"Timing is Everything"
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Fri, 03-18-2011 - 11:29am
Thanks! I have to go back in for the entire procedure again - this time under anesthesia - to have a polyp removed in my uterus... ugh... so upset. Don't know why I thought this time around would be easy?! ;-)

Hoping for the best... I would love a sibling for my daughter too! Which is the outcome I am trying to keep in mind throughout this entire process! ;-)

Best of luck to you!!!!
"Timing is Everything"
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Fri, 03-18-2011 - 1:24pm

Don't mind the questions at all!

About me: A pixie in the city, 41, TTC#1 since May 2010, married 18 years.


Diagnosed with/surgically removed endometrioma Aug 2010. Sept IUI #1=BFN. Nov IUI #2=BFN. Uterine polyp removed Jan. 2011. Jan 2011 IVF cancelled. No response. 2nd

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Sat, 03-19-2011 - 10:58am
Thanks soooooooooooo sooooooooo much for sharing that! That really helps! I appreciate the insight and advice!

My polyp is inside the uterus right in front of the right fallopian tube...so, I guess they will be going in and snipping it... yay, fun! ;-)

Wow, so you didn't ovulate on the Lupron... that is definitely something I never thought of! I didn't even know that could happen (they don't really tell you these things until they ACTUALLY happen!)... okay, well, it is always something with this process isn't it! It just never goes smoothly... Isn't it amazing that people actually get pregnant naturally?! When you think of all the steps we have to go through!!!! Uggggh.

Many, many Thanks again!!!!!!! ;-)))))

"Timing is Everything"
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Sat, 03-19-2011 - 11:16am

Hi Lori

I know how you feel - how old is your daughter?

Chris


Me, 38, dh, 35


3 IUI's - BFN


IVF #1 - Jan '08 - BFP - beautiful baby boy born 10/10/08


IVF cycle #2 - TTC

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Sat, 03-19-2011 - 2:24pm

Hi there... I am so sorry for your miscarriages...

"Timing is Everything"
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Sat, 03-19-2011 - 2:37pm

Thanks for saying this! I just had a hysteroscopy to remove polyps (many!!!) from my uterus, and I have been so worried about starting in April and having a thin lining. I trust my doc and all, but... Also, anyone who has had something removed from their uterus, how long did it take to heal and/or feel normal? I had the surgery on Monday and still feel like crap (TMI: still bleeding a bit too). I am curious how long I should take it easy. Starting to feel too fat from taking it easy. I worked the whole week, which I probably shouldn't have. I just want to save some time for the ER and ET. I feel like I should rest that entire week. What do you all think? More rest than exercise? I'm going to start my yoga next week, but will not resume running.

About me: Sheri 35, DH 42, happily married 16 years, 3 furbabies TTC#1 since forever, MFI (complications from Type 1 Diabetes) December, February IUIs cancelled. One thing after another. March IVF stopped for uterine polyps (my turn to have something

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