Visited DR Today

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Registered: 06-29-2009
Visited DR Today
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Thu, 09-03-2009 - 3:32pm

Well, I visited my doctor today and expressed my concerns. She gave a little chuckle when I mentioned possible low estrogen. She said that I am far too young for any of that! Young? Did she read my chart? I will soon be turning 43! Anyways, I accept her professional opinion and advice to take EPO or Estroven if it would make me feel better. Maybe I am just in a big rush to be pregnant again. It feels like forever. I miss my little angel so much and often reflect on where we'd be right now if the pregnancy had continued. Last night I told DH that we'd be feeling him kick or even hiccup. I felt so sad all over again and cried. It's amazing how a surprise pregnancy can become so loved, so missed and so painful. Since our loss I want a baby even more than I ever dreamed that

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Registered: 04-07-2009
Thu, 09-03-2009 - 6:41pm
Hi Betsy. I'm sorry you got another BFN and that you are suffering so much from your loss. it is hard to just pick up and keep going, but it seems that is exactly what you're trying to do. Your Doc is right on telling you about being "much too young" -- we all nedd to hear that from time to time. Hang tough girl, and GL on your next cycle.
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Thu, 09-03-2009 - 4:01pm

Glad you saw your doctor, hope she was able to help you a little bit.

I know what you mean about thinking about your baby. Mine would have been here by now, about a month ago actually. It is hard not to get upset when I see new babies, but I just remind myself how selfish and narrow minded I would be if I did not rejoice with others. It does get easier as time goes on, but you will never forget that precious little one. Hopefully you will soon have another bfp and will be able to look forward to future more. ((((Hugs))))

Michelle


Loving Mom to three

Michelle


Loving Mom to three rambunctious