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    Thank you Deany & bub2be. I am so over the moon!

    bub2be, I think I will need a bit of hand holding, I'm a bit emotional at the moment. lol I am doing my best to stay positive & i'm doing a pretty good job of it so far but i'm sure there will be moments when I have a freak out!

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    How fantastic kodileemums

    I have no idea how to help you feel at ease with this pregnancy as I am more in your position back on the second page. I had my DD in late March at just over 21wks. We conceived the second month trying but it was a chem pregnancy so only got to get my hopes up for a week.
    Will just have to keep trying.

    Hope all goes well for you. I can relate to wanting to feel sick lol, I have sworn to friends I will not complain throughout my nerxt pregnancy, I want all the symnptoms in the book

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    Mitake, I am so sorry for your loss. I know it is the worst thing in the world a mother has to go through.
    It took us almost a year to fall pregnant again. It was a huge emotional roller coaster. I understand what you are going through. I wish you all the luck in the world. I'll keep you in my thoughts. Good luck

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    Thats absolutly normal hun! I know even trying to concieve has been an emotional minefield for me, and i cant even begin to imagine what its been like for you having to look into IVF and Egg donation and other possiblilties..

    Pregnancy itself is such an emotional time, without the added stresses of knowing what can go wrong...

    have you thought about how your pregnancy will be managed (being in a 'high risk' catergory..) . Ive found calling up hospitals even now and asking them about their high risk management plans a little more reassuring, and the extra monitoring.. having a plan in place, but I hope wherever you end up you get excellent treatment!!

    Still over the moon for you and i really do hope everything goes smoothly ... rainbow babies are just so special

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    Thank Kodileemum, I'll grab all the spare baby dust you have on offer

    Can I just ask a question for next time you are online. Did you use fertility treatment to conceive you firstborn or your angel? or was that something that arose after you had J and weren't falling PG. That has been a concern of mine as I know DH wouldn't want to go to such lengths considering we have 3 children already. I just don't feel complete. So if it doesn't happen naturally I know that that will be it for us.

    Congrats again and LIke bub2be said get a reassuring plan in action if you haven't already. I have a plan in place in regard to appts and scans already and I'm not pregnant lol. Desperate I am

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    Bahaha Gen i think theres a *subtle* difference between being desperate and being prepared :P (or so i keep telling myself)

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    Ahhh see prepared sounds much more normal, I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kodileesmum View Post
    I have some super fantastic news. That's right, I'm finally Pregnant!!! I can hardly believe it!
    I can't even begin to tell you how happy, excited & relieved I am!

    It will be a year this month since I delivered my sleeping Angel Jay & we've been ttc ever since. After trying IUI, IVF & other fertility treatments, we were starting to look towards the egg donor path & I have an appointment with a new fertility specialist in august but thankfully I won't need it, I finally fell pregnant!

    I am over the moon right now but I have already started to worry about all the things that can go wrong. I wish I didn't worry & I could just enjoy this pregnancy like I did my first. Has anyone got any suggestions of how I can not worry so much??

    I have never been so happy to be sick, sore & exhausted!

    Please can I bring this baby home, healthy & strong
    That is so fantastic!!!

    I haven't lost a sleeping baby, but have suffered miscarriages, and the through or threat of having another made my early pregnancy hard, then I had complications, that SHOULD of made me worry... and to be honest I was so scared right up until 22 weeks, as I kept having bleeds.. But as soon as she started moving I relaxed a bit and started to really enjoy the pregnancy... not even vomiting all day every day put a damper on it. xoxoxo

    Even when they said I might need to deliver at 30 weeks, and I was having ultrasounds every week for 3 weeks to check to make sure she was ok, I wasn't stressing I knew she was going to be in good hands.

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    Mitake, I conceived my first two babies naturally. Each one only took a maximum of 3 cycles of trying after going off the pill.
    I now have a low AMH so my ovarian reserve is low. I couldn't believe at the age of 34 I was running out of eggs! Anyway, I finally got my miracle & I really really hope you get yours soon


    A friend of mine has ordered me a doppler as a surprise gift (but she couldn't keep it secret!)
    Have any of you used them yourself at home? Are they good, did they provide peace of mind?
    Are they safe to use?


    Thanks everyone for the support

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kodileesmum View Post
    Mitake, I conceived my first two babies naturally. Each one only took a maximum of 3 cycles of trying after going off the pill.
    I now have a low AMH so my ovarian reserve is low. I couldn't believe at the age of 34 I was running out of eggs! Anyway, I finally got my miracle & I really really hope you get yours soon


    A friend of mine has ordered me a doppler as a surprise gift (but she couldn't keep it secret!)
    Have any of you used them yourself at home? Are they good, did they provide peace of mind?
    Are they safe to use?


    Thanks everyone for the support
    Hi Thanks for answering. Eeeeepppp cos I am 33.5 How did you know that was the reason you took longer to get UTD?
    DS1 - 1st month
    DS2 - 1st month
    DD1 - 2nd month
    DD2 - 2nd month
    chem - 2nd month.

    So my odds have been good and I have been very spoilt in the getting UTD stakes. So much so that I just expect apositive if I try lol. Am petrified I am now broken and things won't happen for us. Which is making me very nervous. I had always wondered what low AMH meant when I'd seen ladies list it. I wonder how common it is?

    I don't know much about the dopplers sorry. Was nice of your friends to think of you and grab one though. I guess they would provide POM if that was the reason for your loss. So you could check heartbeat. I'm not sure of the reason why you lost your angel. My concern will be congenital defects so I will need to buy myself a whole big US machine....and learn how to read them lol. I think everyone has a different opinion on how often the dopplers should be used.

    Good luck, how far are you now?
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