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#181 of 226 Old 01-13-2014, 05:46 AM
 
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Oxford- for clarification when I said (I believe) I didn't mean that I believe you had the embryo trying to attach and didn't. I meant that I believe that when we see the excess leukorrhea it means one of those two things. I read it after I posted and I didn't want you to think I believed that you weren't pregnant....just saying that my advice is just based on my opinion and I am not in a position to give medical advice. Do you know what I mean? I hope and pray that you are in luck this month, Dear!!!!!
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I'm really happy for you, chuord!

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Cycle day 70 over here... My boobs are on fire they are soooo dry and burn. Anyone have that happen when they are
Not pregnant?? Just curious I have no signs of af showing her face... So just waiting still lol
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Scjp, have you been testing? And, no, I've only had extremely sore boobs as a pregnant lady.

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I had a blood test on Thursday and neg they said and I said well what do I do now since its been since nov 5 and they said just wait a few weeks and see
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Oxford - Sorry you are feeling a little low today. Don't despair, you are on the right path. This could still be your cycle, there isn't any certainty until AF shows or you have a negative beta. Your CM is a good sign, but definitely can't be used to make assumptions about what's going on inside. This cycle you have been on metformin and clomid, so of course anytime you are on drugs to alter your hormones, your body can have symptoms it's never had before. For example, when I was on birth control pills (nearly 20 years ago), my CM was so incredibly abundant that I'd have to change liners several times a day. These days (prepregnancy) while not on any meds, my body behaves what appears to be normalish with mid cycle EWCM, and scant CM during the first week of my LP that gradually becomes nearly zero CM. During my medicated cycles, by body behaves the same as non-medicated cycles - except that EWCM and CM are less. Even in the cycle I conceived in October, things were so dry, pre-seed was our friend for BD before, during, and after O, and the whole LP.

So really, while on meds, we can't read into our physical symptoms. Everything is chemically altered, and therefore isn't reliable. (But of course we cannot help but analyze.)

Also Oxford, I've done this fertility drug rodeo three different times in my life. I never did get a BFP on the first try. It totally does happen for some people (maybe it will to you), but if it doesn't, it feels like a punch in the gut. It seems like the first medicated cycle gives everyone a new hope and renewed optimism. If that first cycle isn't successful, it hurts extra bad. We loose sleep. We go back to thinking we are broken. The what-if's haunt our thoughts. All normal feelings. We have to keep going. We have to trust our bodies and our doctors. Not even very fertile couples always conceive on the first cycle. We girls with trouble conceiving have to try to be positive and patient while we go through treatment. It's not easy, but you can do it.

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Oh my god, Chuord! OH MY GOD! I am dying for you over here. So much love to you and your little seedling.


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Okay I was just looking at my MyDays App I have to keep track if my cycles. My cycles lately have been 45 days. So if this cycles was 45 days then I would only be 5 weeks. So it is possible to have been getting neg hpts and that neg blood test last week an still maybe be preg right?? Cuz yesterday I got carsick on the way to go shopping and my boobs are very very dry around the aerolas and burn bad when touched. So is there hope????
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Just has my last appointment with my obgyn before I switch over to my midwife. Everything is great. Heard the heartbeat and did an ultrasound to see if my placenta is okay. Baby is measuring right on schedule and placenta looks good, too. Will be telling the kids when DH gets home from work. Then we tell the extended family and my close friends either today or tomorrow. Not making a social media announcement.

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Lol Oxford - I think I'll never announce on social media again wink1.gif so good call! Yay for your last appointment going so well, here's hoping I get to the same point!
Wengrin, lovely, primal - thank you!
Wengrin I'm hoping the beta is ok... According to dh the range is 20 to 950 at that time... Beta base says 103 is the average... I always thought I would be on the lower end as I'm soo susceptible to hormone changes - I figure there wouldn't be much required to create what was needed if that makes sense!
Ok I'm a little stressed lol, I got up this morning excited for the first time to take a test, hoping for it to be darker... The frer was lighter! (But still there) I'm wondering if it could be to do with dilution? Yesterday I peed during the night, so what I used to test was fairly concentrated, today I didn't... (I drink pretty much only water and over 2 liters a day)
Or the other is that things are not sticking, but I just dont feel that's the case - still nervous though... Why can't it be drama free lol...

Here's hoping the next beta is increasing!

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When is your next beta, Chuord? Don't stress over the color of line.

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Thanks Chrissy - Tomorrow... I manically read a few posts where others have had that, and feel a bit better dahlia said her beta was 19 at that time, and her gorgeous daughter is 3 months old... So I'm breathing and enjoying the moment... I had the best feeling this morning hugging dh in bed - like my whole universe was on that mattress... That's my happy xxx
Waiting till your am for a temp update Oxford.
Primal, lovely where are you at and how are you traveling?
Wengrin - any more ds stories wink1.gif I'm still so happy you're ready to play again...
Btw had anyone's pets been acting weird? My cat (spoilt rotten) has been extra affectionate... Slightly strange...

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My moms cat would run away and hiss when I was pg. Lol it was always my first "symptom".

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Chuord -- My line got lighter/darker/lighter/darker at the beginning of my pregnancy, and so far so good. It probably is a dilution thing.

Oxford -- I'm thinking of you. I know that the trying part never stops being hard. 

Mamablue -- I'm so glad all is going well for you. I'm impressed by your self-control with keeping the secret in!

Wengrin -- I'm glad that you're remaining open to trying. It's hard, I know. You're doing better than I did; I actually had an IUD inserted before changing my mind and deciding to continue on.

I'm sorry for those I'm missing. I'll try to stay caught up better!

AFM, I'm doing fine. My next visit is tomorrow, and I'll be 11w 4d then. If there's a heartbeat, I'll feel pretty settled into this one. I'm still randomly sick and worn out, but it's been manageable. I'm really glad that this part will (probably) be over in a few weeks; I'm usually sick until fifteen or sixteen weeks. I feel so crazy bloated, especially by the end of the day. But really, no complaints. Life is its usual crazy (I just started school again), but we're managing. 


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My moms cat would run away and hiss when I was pg. Lol it was always my first "symptom".

That's awesome! We had a cat that was really sensitive (to the point of being neurotic) and she loved when I was pregnant. She was so sweet and affectionate. When I was pregnant with my daughter I had never heard my dog bark before - I'd had him two years - but all of the sudden he was very protective and would bark and growl at any strangers who came near me while we were at home. It was pretty cool to see the change. I'm hoping for a homebirth (if we ever find a house! The one we saw yesterday was straight out of a horror film, but I didn't want to tell the story while we were all celebrating Chourd!) and wondering how our current dog, who had puppies under our kitchen table, will act. Like, if she'll connect my birth to her experience. I'm excited! 

 

So the house - it had been on the market for almost a year, which is weird in that area. It has three acres with a creek - mostly wooded with a nice open pasture that is about an acre. There were no interior pictures in the add. The agent took over a week to get back to our Realtor. All kind of weird. But the Realtor told ours that the house was in good condition, just a bit messy. Anyhow, I was going to go up with the kids and take the train back, but I still feel sick almost all day and have been getting lots of headaches, so I decided not to do 8 hours of travel in one day just to see one house. Mark went and I was on the phone with him the whole time. He walked up to the front porch, where there was a dead rat just lying there. Inside was very messy and there were tarps patched up over the staircase ceiling. The man said he didn't go upstairs anymore. He also said the roof was new just a few years ago. Mark went upstairs and there was a huge puddle of water on the floor, and a hole in the ceiling where the roof is leaking. The bedrooms upstairs were tiny - about 7x8, too small for a queen bed. Back downstairs, they go out the backdoor and there's a huge pile of garbage - about the size of two Prius cars. About five steps from the backdoor is a single wide manufactured home that has elderly renters in it (we're not at all interested in being landlords or sharing space with people. We're private and I have anxiety) who came out to tell Mark they "want to live there til they die" and that they are the parents of the neighbors across the street - so even if we managed to kick them out neighbor relations probably wouldn't be great. Mark is totally ready to leave at this point, but the old man who owns the house is telling him how his doctor told him he would be dead six months ago, but his lung cancer is in remission. He's chain smoking Marlboro Reds the entire time. Mark said he had to change his clothes and shower to get the cigarette smell from inside the house off of him. 

 

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Hi do you mind if I join? Ive had an account for a while but not really posted are any of you still ttc or have you all got your bfps?
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Yammas - welcome! There's always space for one more smile.gif and yes there are still a few of us trying - I'm almost in the pg category - just waiting for another beta to confirm...
Chrissy - lol re the cat, that's so hilarious! My cousins wife told us years ago that her cat sat on her pretty much for nine months smile.gif
Mares - never feel you have to delay writing about stuff lol... There's always space! (But thanks for the kindness) omg when you started talking about the house I was wondering if you could demolish and buy a ready built transportable (they're quite cheap here) but as I read on I realized that doesn't help with the tenants! I have no idea on regulations there but it can be hard to shift people here, and I think if it's acreage it's even worse (though why there are more tenant rights with acreage I have no idea)... I'm just soo glad you didn't waste your effort to go - all that smoke you probably would've been I'll on him wink1.gif
I haven't watched evita so I can't comment, but I understand the slight disappointment.
Re the engagement ring - regardless of whether you can afford it etc the thought and the suggestion are soo sweet just by themselves! It's great when they surprise you with love and appreciation - hope you enjoyed it smile.gif
Primal thanks for the reassurance - it's helping me recover the zen smile.gif
11wk4days - wow so fast... I keep forgetting how close to mamablue you are time wise... Fx for you, and maybe we might get an ultrasound sneak peak? When you say back at school you teach if I remember right? That's be hard with the tiredness!
Thanks again everyone for the support and sanity... Each one of you is incredible 😇

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Mares, that story is excellent. Really cracked me up (especially when you got to the backyard tenants in the trailer; I wouldn't be able to cope with that either!).

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Oxford - how are you feeling? I chart stalked and I'm so freaking excited - great temp rise!

Ok as a precaution the specialist wants me on 400 progesterone pessary morning and night... I'm not starting till tomorrow (my choice) as I'm getting a progesterone blood check tomorrow - and I want to know if I'm good without lol... I will take if needed though.

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Mares - that place sounded creepy. Definitely wouldn't want old people living in the back yard.

Chuord - updates? Hope the progesterone isn't needed but glad its there if it is.

Welcome Yammas!

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Chourd - Consider taking the progesterone ASAP. If you need it, it's critical that you start immediately.

Mares - The house story is crazy! I'm so glad you and the kids didn't make the trek out there to look at it. My BIL bought a home with similar oddities (but not as severe), and that house is a money pit! Ugh!

Oxford - I know you're busy with work stuff right now. Thinking of you as your AF or BFP gets near. (Come on BFP!)

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Thanks mamablue - I'll go early this morning for my blood test and come home and take one... So all I missed is last night... It means it wont be 48 hours between betas but surely they can work that out
I would love opinions on vitex, do you keep taking it or stop once pg?

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Hi,

I took a FRER this morning and it was negative 4 days before AF. I don't normally test early but I'm so fed up of the symptoms this month I needed to know. I got my day 21 progesterone results= 133 ( anything above 30 shows ovulation) so we can definitely say I ovulated. I think the number is so high because I released two eggs.

So I've had a down day. I so wanted to be a mum and I'm sad. I think my symptoms have been due to my high progesterone so all this discomfort does not feel worthwhile just for empty hormones.

Mamablue- thanks for your advice, you are spot on. The meds give hope. It is good that my body worked this month, I'm disappointed it didn't result in anything. Well done on your last obgyn appointment and here's to a really great midwife.

Wengrin- of course I knew what you meant in your post, you are such a sweetheart you would always saying lovely things if it was open to interpretation!!

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Chuord -- My two cents about the Vitex -- I was taking it while TTC, and continued for a little while after I got my positive. What I read about it doesn't indicate it's harmful, and since I hadn't had my progesterone tested, I continued a little while to support progesterone production. Then I went out of town and forgot it around nine weeks, so I stopped taking it at that point. I don't think progesterone levels are what caused my losses. Since Vitex is supposed to help TTC by supporting progesterone production, I think it will only provide a benefit for those who have low progesterone. I would wonder, though, if it would provide enough to help you if you had a serious issue with this. I wouldn't rely on Vitex for this personally. I think that you getting your progesterone checked early is your best bet (which it sound like you're doing), and if the level is low, taking the supplements from your doctor. It takes a lot of progesterone supplementation to get our pregnant bodies into the green zone. If you do end up taking the supplements, I'm not sure there would be any benefit in taking the Vitex. Maybe continue the vitex until you get your test results? Good luck with your choice; I had to think the same thing through this time.

AFM, I had my 11 week appt today. The doctor didn't even try the doppler, just did a quick U/S. Baby was kicking all around in there, and HB looked great.

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Oxford - huge hugs on the hormones, but you are still early... I got my negative 3 days before AF was due... Just be gentle with yourself, as everyone has said you are already on a win this month cos you ovulated - twice even... Do something fun for you, maybe dinner or a movie with dh... This is soo much hard work - I can almost hear the babies laughing at the effort we put in to get them... Spoilt rotten before conception wink1.gif

Primal - thanks heaps, that really helps. I have no idea on my progesterone (natural therapist has been saying its fine though) which is why I really wanted to check the level before the pessary... Which I've done, and now I'm lying down for the obligatory half hour to keep the pessary in place lol... I think I will do as you suggest and keep going with the vitex for now, if I'm staying on the progesterone I'll wean off them - I read that stopping cold early on some people had losses, but as you said if they had a progesterone issue that withdrawal may have been enough... Even though I'm flapping and trying to be on top of all angles I do just feel that either it's meant to be here at this time or it will be another month, I just want this to be the sticky one... I know you ladies understand having just done this cycle. Thanks for bearing with me...
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Ok hcg dropped to 17, however I still feel good - so am just going with the flow... Oestroidal was 727 no progesterone yet

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Oxford - not over til it's over. Fingers crossed.

Chuord - Hugs dear. When will you get a 3rd beta? If the worse happens at least you now know it'll happen again!! Obviously hope like hell it works now.

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Oh Chuord, keeping my fingers crossed for you!!

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Thanks Chrissy and primal, great news is progesterone is 36 - seems like a good number and now I know.. Next beta next Monday, will see what happens strangely I feel upbeat and comfortable... This soul is meant to be with us, but maybe they have to reject a few dud forms first.

primal that ultrasound is gorgeous! Baby looks picture perfect (pun not intended) all reports were good?

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