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    Haven't decided as yet Petrult We feel incredibly blessed to have DD after such a long battle to get here. Given I had severe AS and my post pregnancy AF is all over the place I will most likely need further investigations/ probably surgery with Prof V before we could attempt another transfer. How did you go with your AF returning between your pregnancies? Congrats also on another beautiful boy Hope you are surviving the bed rest and are able to stay with your family for the duration of your pregnancy xx

    ElastiGirl, glad to hear all went well with your appointment. Hope your surgery date rolls around quickly and will give you piece of mind Just curious what made you suspect you may have had AS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starf1sh View Post
    ElastiGirl, glad to hear all went well with your appointment. Hope your surgery date rolls around quickly and will give you piece of mind Just curious what made you suspect you may have had AS?
    Hi StarFish,
    I suspected I had asherman's after a DC I had in November last year. My periods were so scant and I was in so much pain that I had to take pain meds and lie down. This is very unusual for me as my periods are predictable. I started googling and researching and found this thread and some very informative Asherman's sites. I thought to myself bingo. This is what I have. I'm so grateful that Dr V thinks I have Asherman's too and I hope after the hysterosopy my periods will finally return and go back to normal.
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    [QUOTE=Starf1sh;7687174]Haven't decided as yet Petrult We feel incredibly blessed to have DD after such a long battle to get here. Given I had severe AS and my post pregnancy AF is all over the place I will most likely need further investigations/ probably surgery with Prof V before we could attempt another transfer. How did you go with your AF returning between your pregnancies? Congrats also on another beautiful boy Hope you are surviving the bed rest and are able to stay with your family for the duration of your pregnancy xx

    My post pregnancy AF returned 6 weeks after bubs and was regular ever since, my FS put me on the mini pill and said bubs probably cleared my uterus of ashermans so be careful. Our plan was TTC when bubs turned one for six months and if no success to return to IVF and use our last 3 frosties. Well first month of trying and BFP even with only having one tube due to ashermans scarring the other and DH low sperm. This ones a natural miracle after 3 years of IVF. Didn't think I would have the same probs as last time with my cervix as thought it was the twin that created the problems but ashermans must have damaged my cervix as it does at times. I just have to get thru 11 weeks to get me to 37 weeks to stitch removal.

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    Great that you were able to find the information you needed from this thread and other sources ElastiGirl and piece the puzzle together. Many woman do say their period can be different after they have had AS (eg. shorter), however I hope you are relieved of any pain associated with it. Sounds like your cervix may be scarred over? (I had this issue also). Wishing you a great outcome from your surgery. Keep us updated

    Congrats on your natural miracle Petrult. Great news that your AF returned with no issues and obviously you had a good lining to conceive your DS. Sending lots of good vibes your way that the stitch does the job to take you full term this time

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    Looking like another premmie had scan on Friday, good length of 2.9cm but beaking present. So stitch is doing its job but not sure how long it will last my waters broke last time and stitch held so hoping it doesn't happen again like that. Trying so hard to stay laying down but very hard with an 18 mth old and no family to help.

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    Petrult, that's really hard when you've already been through it once. Still hoping things might turn out differently this time. How many weeks are you now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starf1sh View Post
    Petrult, that's really hard when you've already been through it once. Still hoping things might turn out differently this time. How many weeks are you now?
    Always hoping things turn out better but have prepared myself for the premmie adventure again. My husband even missed the birth last time due to having to go 1000km by the flying drs due to our location, so gave birth with just the midwives for support. I've come to terms with that again, as long as he's healthy that's my main concern now. I'm 26 +3 today so hoping for minimum 28 but more would be great.

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    That's tough Petrult I hope your DH can be there this time. I was very fortunate during my post AS pregnancy to be 15 minutes away from my OB's office (and even less to a tertiary hospital). Sounds like you have a good plan in place. Keep us posted and stay put little man as long as you can! xx

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    So the hyseroscopy went well. I wasn't able to talk to Dr V after as he was flat out. He still has yet to get back to me on what they found, but hopefully I'll get to chat to him soon.

    I have a couple of questions that I thought you lovely ladies could help me with. When is it ok to resume sexual activity? Can I have baths or just showers? TIA

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    Great to hear all went well ElastiGirl Did you a book a follow up appointment to see him in his office? I found that was the best way to discuss the results in full (and I don't recall being charged for post surgery follow up appts). I can't recall the specific instructions for sexual activity (obviously wasn't foremost in my mind ) and I would say best to avoid baths/swimming pools etc until your bleeding has stopped and no tampons due to risk of infection.

    I've just seen you've also posted this question on the Asherman's Australia FB page, hopefully you'll get some answers there as well from those who've had a more recent procedure.


 

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