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    Default August 2016 TTC

    Quote Originally Posted by tamzmaree View Post
    Ok so I'm $hi**ing myself. I'm booked for knee surgery on the 17th and have told the doctors that there's a chance I'll get a positive preg test prior. They are telling me it's ok to go under general anesthetic but everything I'm reading says it's not a good Idea..
    I had my gall bladder removed (nearly died as it was gangrene) when I was 24 weeks pregnant. They don't like to do surgery obviously but it caused absolutely no problems to DD3. If you need the surgery and it'll make your life easier, I would go ahead with it.

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    I always said the same thing @brodiesmummy2011 I wouldn't get all good sleepers like DD1 who slept 14 hours from 1 week old. I was wrong, all 4 were amazing sleepers. DD4 went through a 10 week stint from 16-26 weeks but straight back to 14 hours after that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyG4 View Post
    I always said the same thing @brodiesmummy2011 I wouldn't get all good sleepers like DD1 who slept 14 hours from 1 week old. I was wrong, all 4 were amazing sleepers. DD4 went through a 10 week stint from 16-26 weeks but straight back to 14 hours after that.
    Haha oh good hopefully my next one is good too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamzmaree View Post
    Ok so I'm $hi**ing myself. I'm booked for knee surgery on the 17th and have told the doctors that there's a chance I'll get a positive preg test prior. They are telling me it's ok to go under general anesthetic but everything I'm reading says it's not a good Idea..
    Do you have a FS or obgyn they you see that you could get a second opinion. I always trust my specialists as they're not going to put you in harm, however, I'd personally prefer to hear from someone in the fertility/maternity sector.

    I hope all works out for you xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whitem View Post
    Does the blood test just tell you that you ovulated or does it pinpoint when? I am thinking of going to dr to get this done
    Hi @Whitem I believe it's just to say it ovulated - but doesn't tell me a specific date

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trytryandtryagain View Post
    Hi @Whitem I believe it's just to say it ovulated - but doesn't tell me a specific date
    Thanks for replying. I am at a loss as to when in my cycle I ovulate so I was hoping that may help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Me&Smooches View Post
    @Jan01 I was diagnosed hypothyroid when I was around 6 weeks pregnant with ds, I think it definitely impacted us conceiving as ds was over 12 months in the making. I have been on thyroxine ever since and have my blood tests every 6/12 months, if I am feeling down or low it's the first thing my gp checks. My gp is a gp/obgyn so kind of happy she is looking out on the conceiving and pregnancy side too. I've never asked about my TSH but I'm always told that I am within the normal range. We have a history of hyper/hypothyroidism in my family so for me it was only a matter of time until I was diagnosed, imo it is probably what's hindered my weight loss for so long as well. Given the time frame it's probably worth seeking a referral to a specialist. are you on medication for it now? I really do hope you can get some answers!
    Thanks so much @Me&Smooches I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism in my first trimester with DD but was told it was just pregnancy induced as it was fine prior to pregnancy and I was put on thyroxine. I'm off it now as the doctor assumed it would go back to normal post pregnancy without medication. Technically it is just in 'normal' ranges but not ideal for conceiving (from what I read TSH should be less than 2 when ttc, which it was when I conceived my first with no difficulty but is way higher indicating hypothyroidism is still active). Now with what I know I'm going to ask the FS we see this month to go back on thyroxine, I hope they are accomodating, GPs tend to be shocked that I had hypothyroidism as I dont have typical symptoms (mainly because I'm naturally quiet thin) nothing worse than a new doctor that won't listen to you! Thanks for sharing your experience, happy baby making

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    I bought epo tablets to try and increase my ewcm, and also some frer opks! Fingers crossed!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamzmaree View Post
    Ok so I'm $hi**ing myself. I'm booked for knee surgery on the 17th and have told the doctors that there's a chance I'll get a positive preg test prior. They are telling me it's ok to go under general anesthetic but everything I'm reading says it's not a good Idea..
    Hopefully itll be ok hun xx

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    I'm at day 32 and no sign of AF. No symptoms swaying either way and BFN on FRER yesterday. I think I'm out but it's kind of annoying that AF hasn't shown up. Guess I'll just have to wait it out.


 

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