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#451 of 459 Old 01-02-2011, 12:11 PM
 
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I was going to do it, but my hope is down in the dumps and I am wondering if I should even be here, I can't bring myself to do it, it might feed hope greensad.gif

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Collie- I don't remember anybody volunteering. I want to do it in February because that is when the I intuitive told me I would be pregnant. (Grasping at straws?)

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Oh music, that goes through my mind all of the time, every time my temps are still up, but I know it is futile to get my hopes up. I can't wait to call Monday.

Does anyone know anything about these cysts? do you have to get surgery? I haven't had much luck googling, would it be an ovarian cyst? Could it be cancerous???? I scare myself with google.

 

Here's what I could find.  It doesn't seem to be dangerous (usually last about 2-3 weeks, although it can apparently take up to 3 months to disappear entirely yikes2.gif) - but might be something you want to bring up with your Dr on Monday?

"The C-L cyst is a normal cyst of the ovary which produces progesterone. If you become pregnant, The HCG which is the hormone we use for preg. test, causes the C-L cyst to persist and continue to produce progesterone so you don't lose the pregnancy. If there is no HCG, the C-L cyst goes away, progesterone levels drop, and you have a period. Occasionally, the C-L cyst will persist in the absence of HCG or pregnancy. This could make you have all the symptoms you describe and not be pregnant. This is sometimes referred to as "Halban's Syndrome" after a famous physician of more than 150 years ago who first described it."
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If collieflower wants to do it in March and rcr wants to do it in February - then I'm happy to take over for this month if noone has any objections?

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Welcome lilmom! I hope your stay will be short. If not, at least you are in good company. :)

 

I just talked with my old college roomate. It had been years since we had talked, although we used to be close friends. (We lived together because we were friends, so not matched randomly.) I told her about our secondary infertility and she actually said the sweetest thing anyone has said to me "Have you found any people dealing with the same for support, even online?" Isn't that often so true... We try to support people in things we know nothing about (and often end up saying the wrong thing). Instead, we would just acknowledge that the something is worthy of a need for support. This is a new thought for me. It just felt really nice that she acknowledged this is hard enough stuff to nees support.


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So, there is a thread titled "I am so over being pregnant" down in the recent discussions list, in a ddc, I imagine. I didn't click on it, but I can guess what it says. If I was feeling a little more bitter right now, I would go tell all those whom are ungrateful to shove it. Of course, I do remember being "so over being pregnant " when I was pregnant with DS, because i was fat and uncomfortable, but when I do get pregnant again, I will never ever complaign.

I went and joined the ivf thread, in hopes of having ivf approved at my Dr appointment on Tuesday. That is, approved by my new insurance. I am nervous and excited and conflicted.




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Oh- and have a great vacation MBA!

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Okay....  so at the risk of jumping on toes I went ahead and started the new thread.

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