That's ridiculous..I was giving support to a woman who is having the exact same result as me and saying I'm now suffering morning sickness as i got pregnant too was not intended as a whinge or to upset anyone.
I'm sorry. I'll leave this thread.
Good luck hopeful xxx
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13-03-2012 08:34 #1
13-03-2012 08:48 #2
Vintage your post is still there- dont leave.
There is a lot of hurt on here because of what everyone has been thru, but I know u didnt mean anything. We are all on here because we are hoping to eventually have a sticky pregnancy!
I dont wanna leave this thread. I know I should be greatful as to be UTD a month after a m/c but I am scared $hitless TBH. DP is SO excited and I just wanna say to him- DON'T BE! Not yet!!
13-03-2012 15:25 #3
Okay little vent. My colleague today was telling me all about her daughter and they've just found out she's having a boy. Her daughter was visiting school and I get she's excited but I just don't need to see a pregnant woman right now!!! Especially as she is due around the same time I would have been.
It's so hard too when you are trying to get pregnant and you can't openly talk about it and then it's like it's being rubbed in your face. Even though I know she would never do that.
Argh. Having a bad day. Especially when I'm struggling to work out my cycles and these silly opk things!!!!!!
Okay vent over.
13-03-2012 15:50 #4
Hi Ladies, New thread for you.... it has also been sprinkled with baby dust for you all! Good Luck on your journeys
13-03-2012 16:37 #5
We all absolutely understand where you are coming from. You get so incredibly raw and hurt by going through this over and over, and milestones like our angels' due dates are hard enough. Do you have to see her? Maybe make excuses to not be around...
AFM. We saw the IVF/RE today. He was GREAT, really matter-of-fact and laid out a plan, which I liked a lot. We are both going for yet more tests - DH for a 2nd morphology and karyotypes (genetic issues) me for a raft of things, mainly to do with other types of clotting issues, karyotypes, and an endometrial biopsy to look for killer cells.
We go back again on April 30th. Based on the results we'll look from there at what the best management plan is. He basically thinks DH is in the clear from a sperm POV so that's good. If karyotypes are an issue we will do CGD, where the embryos are genetically tested prior to implantation.
If there is NO cause found ie our tests are all normal, we will proceed with IVF anyway. This is mainly to spare us the heartache of going through more and more mc's, and because we don't want to hang around waiting for it to happen (or not) not, naturally. He said CGD has a good chance of resulting in a healthy pregnancy.
We will try naturally in April anyway and just see what happens. The likelihood of us getting UTD in any one given cycle isn't all that high anyway but we may's well while we are waiting for the test results.
So we at least have a plan. Still sad but feeling like we have some momentum now so that's good.
13-03-2012 17:05 #6
That's really good to hear there's a clear plan Tigger. I totally get why you are choosing IVF over continuing to ttc naturally. Can I ask what a FS charges? our nearest is a 2 hour drive. Can they do the morphology stuff thru a GP/pathology?
Sorry to hear you are feeling down Tam. It's a bitter pill to swallow seeing everyone else around you get pg, seemingly so easily 2013 is our year girls, I feel it
Tapping my fingers waiting for Friday. They have a pathology within the surgery so I hoping for a result by Monday. I'm concerned my endo may be coming back. The period pain is nowhere near as bad as when I had it before, but it's a bit worse than usual, and my periods have been heavier as well. If the tests show hormone imbalance anyone know what they prescribe?
13-03-2012 18:07 #7
Good Afternoon ladies!! I have not been here for a long time, I am sorry to see so many of us still here.
Tigger: it must feel good to be getting some answers and having a plan - to feel a little bit like you have some sort of control. I hope you find all the answers you need and all quickly.
Tamtam: sorry to hear you have had a bad day. No words can make it any easier.
Hopeful: congratulations! I hope it is a sticky little bubba in there.
Delirum: Doesn't time go slow when you are just wishing the days away so you can get some important information! I hope it is all good news.
I have probably missed a stack of people so hello y'all and I hope everyone is going well.
afm: If I am going to have a 2012 bub I have to fall this cycle. No idea when I ovulated because my cycles are so screwed up. Seriously, this has to be the most frustrating thing. Not only did I miscarry but now I struggle to understand my cycle which in turn means harder to pinpoint ovulation. Sometimes I just want to SCREAM! DH and I have DTD fairly consistantly throughout the cycle so hopefully we have caught the egg. As to how many days past ovulation - no idea!!!! hahaha either 6 or 3 depending on which length cycle my body chooses this month.
It is very hard to see other pregnant women or people announcing that they are pregnant. There is a lady at work who is due 2 days after my EDD, I stop and talk to her and see how she is going (she knew I was pregnant) and I am so happy for her but there is always that "ouch". It does hurt a little. I had a bit of a meltdown at work a couple of weeks ago, 2 people announced their pregnancies and then two hours later AF came. Not fun. It will be our turn soon, ladies. Lets hope so anyways!!
13-03-2012 19:53 #8
Hi ladies. I have been in hiding for awhile, I became a bit obsessed last month with ttc so I took a step back and feel much calmer this month with o being over last weekend. If I fall pregnant this time bub will be born around dd's birthday.
I understand how you all feel hearing and seeing friends pregnant, although you are happy for them your heart is breaking.
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13-03-2012 21:30 #9
Del - our guy is an IVF specialist/Reproductive endocrinologist - Dr Mark Bowman at Genea in Sydney. First consult today was $410. All the testing so far has been about $1,500 with another $1,500 or so to go. I'm not sure about the morphology, I don't think they can. I read in another thread that one of the Perth places sends frozen embies to my Sydney Genea lab for testing so maybe they can send some tests away. But I'm thinking a sperm test would need to be done fresh.
Cheeky - we need at least one 2012 bubba out of us still here this month! So for you.
Seismum - I know those feelings Fingers tightly crossed for you for this month too.
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