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    Quote Originally Posted by waitinghoping View Post
    Thanks for that J. I have heard that before but Im wondering, does it make any difference if its a d&c rather than a natural m/c??
    I wondered about this too.

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    Default TTC and not wanting to move #5

    Waiting - I'm so sorry for your loss. I had a blighted ovum back in July and know how hard it is to deal with. My body was showing no signs of a natural mc so I opted for a d&c as I felt that i couldn't cope with waiting for it to happen and didn't want to add physical pain to the emotional pain. On the other hand, I have heard lots of women say that letting it happen naturally was better for them emotionally. Only you can do what you feel is best for you. My obgyn also said that you are most fertile in the following 6 months. Hugs hun. Let yourself cry and mourn and know that it does get better over time. Xxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by princessleah View Post
    I wondered about this too.
    No; the study included both.

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    Default TTC and not wanting to move #5

    Howdy!

    Well we have started the injecting to prepare for the FET.
    first scan n bloods today, lining looking good and a follie is showing itself
    Find out from the bloods when to do some OPK's.
    It's all feeling real again

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    Default TTC and not wanting to move #5

    Off to the Dr in an hour to see what my scans and blood tests can tell - kinda scared... But will be good to see what's going on!

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    Default TTC and not wanting to move #5

    Keep us posted MissX!

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    Good luck MissX.

    Turns out I'm not pregnant (HCG less than 5) and my inflammatory maker (White blood cell count) is high, but because I don't have a high temperature the doctor wasn't too concerned. So, no idea why I feel like my uterus is literally about to explode or fall out of my body. AF due Monday so fx it gets better after that.

    Good luck to anyone testing over the weekend x

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    Default TTC and not wanting to move #5

    So.... I have 2 out of the 3 symptoms for having polycycstic ovaries, but my bloods show that everything is fine with no trace! Hmmm....
    My uterus is anteverted & of normal size (yay!) with endometrial thickness of 2mm early in cycle (stopped bleeding day before US).
    Right ovary measures 8cc & contains 11 small follicles of between 3mm and 6mm. Left ovary is bulky at 14cc and contains at least 14 small follicles. No adnexal mass or free fluid was detected.
    There is a comment stating ovarian appearances are consistent with PCO......

    She has referred me to a FS, probably won't be able to get I until mid jan - ho hum...

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    Default TTC and not wanting to move #5

    Sorry but does that mean nothing is wrong? Why would you be going to a fs then? I may have read it wrong

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    Default Re: TTC and not wanting to move #5

    I have PCOS but ovulate and get AF normally. Even with my PCOS my FS said I am not an issue at all, it's actually dh's swimmers that are the problem. So you might find you still don't need meds or anything anyway


 

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