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    My ex's Mum is an ob/gyn and she said to me that women's bodies aren't meant to go through as many years of menstruation as they do so if we're not popping out babies every few years, we should be mimicking it with hormonal contraceptives for the sake of our reproductive health. After my endo was removed, her advice was to get pregnant ASAP to prevent it developing further.

    In short, all those years I wasn't actually trying, I should've been faking it for my body's sake! A bit late now but there you go.

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    I had both things done in Feb this year As for falling pregnant I can't offer any advice I'm sorry as I wasn't allowed to try until pretty much half way through this month (July)....only because the medication to treat my endometrisos would be harmful to a developing bub & I needed four months treatment I have heard many success stories & I can't wait to try again

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    Hay Rocky,
    i don't suffer with endo just PCOS but it sounds terrible :-( do you suffer with PCOS also? Are you able to start trying now ? Wishing you lots of luck . Did your cycles regulate after the procedure ? I'm on CD10 (my procedure classed as CD1) and took clomid from CD5-9 (I was a bit hesitant a outing taking clomid so soon after op but my specialist insisted so we have gone for it ! Fingers crossed we get our BFP soon so we can join Goblin Queen .
    GOblin Queen how are you feeling ? Did you have any early pregnancy symptoms at all. Xx

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    I've decided that early pregnancy symptoms are bull**** lol! I didn't have any more or different symptoms this month when I got my BFP than I did last month when I didn't!

    The single thing that was different was walking into Gloria Jean's the other day and feeling nauseated by the smell of the coffee but I don't like coffee so it's not like it was a huge thing! All of the other things like sore boobs and tiredness I get every month leading up to AF...especially when I'm overanalysing every little thing my body does!

    Oh and there were probably two other symptoms that were out of the norm. A tugging sensation in my stomach, not crampy but pulling. Also, I had creamy CM and watery CM off and on after O, again I've had that when it's been a BFN but not as much so it was unusual.

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    Yes ovarian drilling can be successful!! I have a friend that was trying to conceive for 18mths with no luck. She underwent a laparoscopy with drilling and fell pregnant within a couple of cycles. I worked with a ob/gynae who said she has had considerable success with this and it can definitely give ovulation a kick start. Its fairly straightforward, however does require a general anaesthetic and a few days recovery. Good luck. I hope it goes well for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saralou81 View Post
    Hay Rocky,
    i don't suffer with endo just PCOS but it sounds terrible :-( do you suffer with PCOS also? Are you able to start trying now ? Wishing you lots of luck . Did your cycles regulate after the procedure ? I'm on CD10 (my procedure classed as CD1) and took clomid from CD5-9 (I was a bit hesitant a outing taking clomid so soon after op but my specialist insisted so we have gone for it ! Fingers crossed we get our BFP soon so we can join Goblin Queen .
    GOblin Queen how are you feeling ? Did you have any early pregnancy symptoms at all. Xx
    Hi Saralou; I'm soooo sorry for such a late reply!! Yeah; unfortunately I do have PCOS as well....I seemed to have got it all; lol I'm just about to start taking clomid again in a few days; I can't wait!! We haven't been able to try since Feb which is when I had the surgery; so I'm really keen to start taking clomid again! Thanks heaps for the message; you're so lovely! I hope everything goes great for you taking clomid too & you get your BFP very soon; keep us posted

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    Hey Rocky, awww your very welcome we have to stick together :-). Well I'm on CD 18 after my drilling and D/c and 50mg of clomid on CD5-9 !!!! pretty sure I got EWCM fir a few days, I thought I got ovulation pains on CD 11 but surly that's too early ? I'm on the 2WW so will keep you posted. As I'm writing this now I am feeling like shooting pains in pelvis sort of pulling ! But I tend to over think things and promised myself not to this cycle. What dose clomid are you starting on ? I'm so excited for you fingers are all crossed for you especially after your op :-)

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    Good luck Sarahlou - I have my laparascopy this Tuesday, I'm a bit nervous!

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    The smallest measure sorry for late reply been on nights all week. How did your op go ? I hope your recovering well, I took a week from work and was pretty much fine 4 days later. I'm currently on Cd 26 and 12DPO I did a test on 10DPO and got a BFN I'm not sure if I tested to early ???? But I pretty much cried the whole afternoon. I hate the disappointment month after month it's just to much its really got to me this month(it does every month to be honest my poor hubby hates this time of the month) I have no symptoms but then ago never been PG before so would not know what I'm looking for I feel fine apart from being emotional, I'm pretty grumpy and shouty at the mo so think its PMT I think im out this month. I do normally get sore nipples a week before AF but nothing but I can have a cycle of 28-56 days long but on clomid this month so I'm hoping its a 28 day cycle last month on clomid I had a 33 day cycle ! We shall see, it's not over before she shows her face but I'm pretty sure she is just around the corner lol.

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    Hi ladies, just wondering if any of you have a positive update? I'm booked in for a lap and possible ovarian drilling next Friday so would love to hear some success stories!


 

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