Wow thanks for all the responses and lovely welcomes girls!
You've all made me feel very reassured to post on here!
Thanks for the advice, I have had a missed miscarriage at 10wks when I was 20. So even though it's over 5 years ago I am still a little worried about my fertility and I wouldn't want to increase my risk of miscarriage whatsoever! But waiting would be better for me mentality than going through that all again... Hmmm my baby hormones never really left though so I have been wanting a family for a while now. Lots to think about, but at the same time a very easy decision.
Will keep you all updated and will enjoy sharing this time with you all Xx
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11-10-2013 07:50 #291Senior Member
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11-10-2013 10:20 #292
A missed m/c should not affect your future fertility, unless there are underlying issues that caused it. I had a mmc at 12.5wks with our first bub however we had an underlying fertility issue that were only discovered & treated with the help of a specialist after yet another year passed by. Once treated, we fell preg with dd instantly (and ummm fell preg with this current bub 1st cycle off the mini pill )
My sweet sweet poppet has obviously got so bored she's gone back to sleep. I heard her at 7am playing with teddy but my head is spinning this morning. Now she's asleep I should really *really* get up & try eat
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11-10-2013 10:22 #293
I agree a missed m/c shouldn't mess with your fertility. I have had 2 m/c one ectopic, a still birth and also a termination and I have 2 beautiful children.
11-10-2013 10:31 #294
brunettechick welcome Personally I would stay on the pill, my cycle is very heavy too and there is no way I would want that hassle on my wedding day there will be plenty of time once you are back home
11-10-2013 16:20 #295
I'm having a bad day. I wish DH would be excited to ttc. It's all I think about and all I want. He's agreed to start ttc in January 2014 but it feels like he's just saying that cause he feels he has to... He's scared of breaking my heart yet again.
We lost a baby January this yr and he was so excited when we fell pregnant... It was a surprise but everything was perfect.. Ever since the miscarriage I've been seriously depressed, it was a big weight on our relationship and we were both devastated...and whilst I don't think having another baby solves all the worlds problems, it would certainly be better than feeling like this. I just don't understand why he's not excited and why he's not ready... He was honestly so happy to be having a baby, the happiest point of our relationship. Which is saying something because we honestly have such a great relationship, I love him so much. I just want a baby so badly and I want him to WANT it too.
I want my son to have a brother or sister that he is still young enough to play with and relate to. I just want a baby so badly. I don't even know what to do with myself. Sorry for the downer
11-10-2013 18:01 #296
Colbie when DH and I found out we were pregnant with Jensen he was over the moon! Then when we lost him it was so hard on us and our relationship, he became so closed off and when we decided to try again he was so disinterested. Even when we saw that second line he could barley put a smile on his face.
I was so stressed through the pregnancy and afraid and I just wanted him to be happy and show me that everything was going to be ok.
It was only when I went into labour he started to show some concern, we were scared as I needed an energy c-section, but as soon as DH held Lachlan in his arms, he smiled the biggest smile and cried with happiness.
Men are strange creatures in the way they handle things, he will come around and get excited, it just takes them time.
11-10-2013 22:14 #297
Thanks for your reply Kimnus xx
11-10-2013 22:44 #298
Colbie this could just be his coping mechanism? Men are funny creatures indeed and (bless their little souls) they really aren't quite as emotionally capable as us women. I think most would agree that women really can handle so much more. If he needs to shield himself from the possibility of getting hurt again, maybe this is his only way? It could possibly help to talk about it, but tbh my DH doesn't do the talk thing very well.
12-10-2013 07:57 #299Senior Member
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Hugs Colbie xx
12-10-2013 08:58 #300
Definitely sounds like a coping mechanism.
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