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I found DS had the same problem until I covered his PNP and Crib with a Velor type fabric. Luckily DS has no sensitivity to this fabric and even when the room is cool the fabric is not - on the cotton sheets the change in temperature shocked him and woke him up. I even made a little square that he loves to rub against his cheek and use to soothe himself.
The Doctor has given her the correct information. See http://www.amnioticbandsyndrome.com/. Most people I have spoken with with septums have had surgery to correct them but it could just be that the women I have connected with have had a long history of pregnancy losses.
My DS also had issues with gas and exagerated screaming. It turns out DS has milk allergies, soy allergies and egg allergies - When ever I age these things he would suffer greatly. After cutting them out and getting him on prevacid and malox he was great! Gas can be caused by oversupply but usually you know that because the baby will gag. Did your lactaction consultant weigh him before you nursed, and after you nursed? That would give a rough idea of how much milk he is...
You should not have to justify nursing your babe to your husband. Discuss yes but not defend or "fight" about it. You also should not have to hide and nurse your child, esp not in your own home. PS that your DH does not like it that you research everything and are informed is a HUGE red flag. It suggests he has an underlying insecurity.
I agree with the pp. There is no way I would take clomid - knowing what I do now without constant monitoring. On my FIRST cycle of clomid my lining thinned out so that it was unlikely that I would get pg and if on the off chance I did I would surely have a mc. Do you know that you are likely to have multiples with unmonitored clomid cycles? If you want to reduce to risk of having multiples then you have only 2 choices - 1)trigger with no clomid or stims 2)femara with...
I don't know personally but found this link http://www.macatalk.com/faqs/effects.html Quote: So far, we have not heard of any serious Maca contra-indications. It can, however, make men and women more fertile. And, to be safe, we do not recommend taking it while pregnant or nursing, although many Peruvian women do. Maca can also effect the menstruation cycle of young women (16 yrs to 30 years old) who eat a lot of maca for a long time. It can speed up the...
I hate to say this but I would not recommend that you wait 1 year. As someone who has suffered from years of infertility I would advise you not to wait 1 year. If you are not pg within 6 months go back to her and ensure that she does blood work, a HSG to verify that your tubes are not blocked and a saline sono to verify that the insides of your uterus is good. I hate to say it but at 35 years old our fertility naturally decreases and if you need assistance it gets much...
You are correct that BW only cycles involve CD 3, 10, 14, 21 but on those cycles I also did HSG to see if my tubes were clear, Saline hystersonogram (sp) to ensure the structure of my uterus was good and an endometrial biopsy. That cycle I also did all immune testing, etc.
The way to avoid multiples with IUI is to do a low very low dose and not proceed if there are more than 1 or 2 lead follicles.
I've been to multiple clinics that all had b/w testing only cycles BUT this going before an ethics board to see if they will treat you? RUN somewhere else! I would rather TTC on my own than go to somewhere like this. After 4 prior cycles I would be concerned that the would not be aggressive enough for me. I commuted to my last clinic because they were one of the best. I would suggest that you look into cycling out of your area - you can have your OB/GYN do the monitoring...
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