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Wow Greenmansions!!! I'm jealous as heck, but very happy for you!!
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Congrats, GM!

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Congrats to you GM. I got a bfp too. Found out on Saturday. If all goes well my due date is beginning of February.
It's spring ladies so it could happen to us all!!!!!!!!!!!!
My beta numbers are good so far, back again tomorrow for more numbers hopefully higher!!!!!!!!
Sticky vibes to all of you girls.
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Congrats, Hopeful. Neat that two of our members can be on the same due date board.

How's everyone else doing?

My lower back is achey...cd1 is most likely around the corner.

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BFP this morning

Now if it would just stick this time 'round!

Tho the family "curse" is all boys in February (my dad, both my grandpas, my sister's 2 boys, my nephew, DS's due date - all Feb. No girls that month.) and we are hoping for a girl to give DS a little sister. By tradition, this would be a boy too. :LOL The hardest part about having another boy will be picking a name.

WOOHOO : :

CONGRATS - & lots of sticky ~~~~vibes~~~~

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WOW Hopeful! Congrats!!
Two off these boards.....I hope I can join you!!

Feeling depressed about the journey lately, wondering what to do.
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Hopeful Congrats to you!

I had very good HCG number on Saturday and went for another blood draw this morning and they will call w/ results this afternoon. I am a kinda worried b/c just like last time, I have had no symptoms the past few days, whereas I was having them before.

We'll see... don't be so quick to scoot me off this board.
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I think we might have caught the eggie-

http://www2.fertilityfriend.com/home/abf47

Now lets see if it wants to make a cozy little home in me this month :-)

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Must be the spring thing... Best of luck Catherine.

I did read somewhere that spring is better for conception. Who knows how legitimate a source it was, and I can't remember the rationale, but it sounds good, right?

We got good news this afternoon - HCG levels up to 1030, were 362 on Sat. So now we wait til the 7 week ultrasound to see how things are going. I am going to wait til then to go onto a birth club board, I am just not trusting this thing! Once bitten, twice shy I guess. Then next step amnio - not til 17 wks tho - which will be the final hurdle for us.

I have read that higher HCG levels as early as the 3rd week po are linked with a female baby, but they can also be a marker for increased down's syndrome risk if they are still high later on. Hmmmm.
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Ya know whats odd? After my loss in April, if Im preg again soon I dont even want to GO to the dr...I need to know my BP is fine, but i can do that at home - I should get the nuchal screening done at 12 weeks i guess, but maybe not, what about just calling for an appt about 20 weeks and going form there, lol - I dont know why but i feel so much like i would just like to take extra good care of myself and not get med care for the first half - crazy huh?

Maybe the head in the sand approach cause if there is a prob b4 20 weeks, like there was last time, they cant 'fix' it anyway - im sure my tune will change if i actually conceive, but those are the thoughts running through my head at the moment, lol

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Catherine, I feel the same way--that I wouldn't seek care for a while--at least 3 or 4 months, for me. With my other pregnancies, I was attached immediately--but imagining being pregnant again after the m/c, I just keep feeing like I wouldn't be able to trust it, yk? I wonder if that all changes after you actually become pregnant? hmmmm.

Velveteen, I too have been wondering what to do...another month of perfect timing, and yet, here I am. Dh's counts came back--all is well. There's nothing more for us to do but what we've been doing for the past 3 years.

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Hey GM, glad your count went up. Mine is a little disturbing. On day 21 they were a whopping 3,135 and on day 23 they were 4,165.
I'm supposed to go back in tomorrow and have them tested again but I don't want to.
It's my dd's birthday this weekend and I don't think I could handle any bad news. I mean really - what could I do if the numbers were lousy. Nothing. So, I think I might just wait it out. I need to be strong this weekend, not a weeping mess.
I feel fine. My stomach is kind of sore but that's normal. I'm exhausted and feel sick so that's good.
Any advice? I'm so stressed.
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Joan, we really need to talk~ I wonder what to do too. Perfect, I mean perfect timing this month. I'm also early, which is weird for me.
It's CD 1 for me......

Hopeful, I would just wait it out, I agree with your thinking. By the way, I post under 'Ruthchloe' on the over 40 boards, so I'm pretty sure I've read and discussed your BFP over there! Hang in there girl.


I was so hoping this was my month, the baby would have been born days before my 44th birthday. I feel so completely discouraged. I thought I was one of the fertile ones, and it is hard, hard to think I may not get my dream.
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hi all
I understand the good timing stuff & all that..
We should be PG... :
I go in for my Laser Lap/HSG late next week - maybe something will be found & fixed.

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sorry if this double posts, I lost my post somehow

hopeful, I have read that the hcg levels can be highly variable from day to day - I've not found any info on how variable is considered acceptable, though. I think it's braver not to go get another test, I go crazy not knowing for sure how things are going. And for me, the longer I go thinking everything is OK, the harder I fall if it's not. I agree with your plan not to get tested tomorrow and enjoy your weekend, but I'd probably go Monday because I wouldn't be able to stand not having more information. But that's just me. Good luck with it either way.

Joan, even when you're pg you don't trust it anymore after mc. I don't know when I will - maybe after amnio like happened with DS. Once we found out he was healthy, we relaxed and enjoyed it more.

Polka good luck with the HSG, please let us know how it goes.

Velveteen, .
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I was just visiting another MDC thread after many months, saw Polka there and came back to read this one. I had to look around for the new TTC over 40 thread but I found you!
I have wanted to come back many times but I just don't know. I'll be 47 in August and although I swear I still feel like there's one to come, I can't imagine a pregnancy happening to me now. I'm no longer tracking my temp (never was good at that with my weird nighttime routines) and I don't even know what cycle day it is, but every time I think I've O'd I find myself holding my breath until next CD1. Although I don't really expect it I'm still disappointed when it doesn't happen. Maybe I just need to say it out loud but I'm not ready yet! So can I come hang out with you guys again for a while?
So I read the first page of this thread and then the last and possibly THREE pg's right now! Wow! congrats and best of luck Ladies!
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Velveteen: I was pretty sure that was you. And of course, I'm not too original with name changes, LOL
Velveteen - don't forget, we are the same age. We have similar diets although I think yours is better and we both take the same type of vitamins and wheat grass and all that stuff. The thing I did different was the femara, the wheat grass and only two months of acupuncture. I think perhaps you just need a little push and "bang", you'll be pg too. Like I said on the other site, I'm just an average gal. Maybe you just need some acupuncture?????
As far as the testing goes - I'm going to call and ask for an ultrasound. I don't want to mess around with numbers. I'll be far enough along that they can tell if all is well by an ultrasound. I sure feel pg. And everything feels as it should. Thanks for your thoughts ladies, it means alot.
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Hopeful, thanks for the kind words. CD 1 is always the very worst day.
I tried to look things up about Femara, I would like to try it, but no thanks on the Clomid. I'll be talking to dh about it soon, but so far I have just tried all the lifestyle changes, wheat grass, no alcohol or caffeine, excersice, etc. I am trying to have a positive outlook, but I do feel beat down lately.
Let me know how you are doing!
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I forgot to say a great big, huge Welcome Back to Nanmama02!!! Come hang with us!
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Hey GM, glad your count went up. Mine is a little disturbing. On day 21 they were a whopping 3,135 and on day 23 they were 4,165.
I'm supposed to go back in tomorrow and have them tested again but I don't want to.
It's my dd's birthday this weekend and I don't think I could handle any bad news. I mean really - what could I do if the numbers were lousy. Nothing. So, I think I might just wait it out. I need to be strong this weekend, not a weeping mess.
I feel fine. My stomach is kind of sore but that's normal. I'm exhausted and feel sick so that's good.
Any advice? I'm so stressed.
Hopeful what did you decide? No retesting till next week?

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welcome nanmama!

hopeful, I think getting u/s sounds like a great idea! Then you can really see what's going on. I hope there's a nice little peanut there for you!

Velveteen, I wish there was something that we could say to make you feel better...
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Velveteen - I really think there is a baby in your future, I really do. I just think that acupuncture would be a great thing to get the blood going.
Anyway, retesting next week. Everything feels as it should. Getting bigger already, sore bbs like crazy and huge. Just feel good. But, I know I have to go in. They just traumatized me. For sure next week. My numbers would be really high now for an ultrasound. Today I am six weeks.
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Hi ladies I have been lurking for awhile.

very new at this, and have some questions.

45, concieved naturally 2 1/2 yrs. ago. nursing toddler. had BAD PPD so it took us this long to be "ready" Now that we are ready.....

1) I am on progon-B (a nat. progesterone) for PMS and PPD. low dose cd1-13 then double dose cd13-AF

2)cycles shortening 24 days. I have stringy cervical fluid cd7-10 usually.

where to start. Does the progesterone work like contraception? Will it prevent me from concieving? Thickens cervical fluid?

Also ND has me on a combo containing vitex.for my PMS. What does that do in YOUR experience.

I will start taking temp. next cycle.

I forgot to up my progon-b at mid cycle and was sooooo depressed. Cd17

TIA
For all your spirit and sharing
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Intentfullady, I am glad you are here!! I also take natural prog., but only in the LP of my cycle. I'm not sure if that would work like bc or not, maybe you could ask your ND on that.
Vitex has helped me with my cycles. I now take Fertility Blend instead, which also contains Vitex, and many other things to boost fertility.

Hopeful, I really want to beleive that there is a baby for me in my future. I find myself noticing moms who look 'older' and wondering if they conceived naturally.
My cycle was short this time, this is unusual and has me worried. I was a good 3 days early, yikes!

Intentful, have you tried Robitusson to thin cervical fluid? Plain kind, green box, no other added ingredients, just guaifenesin syrup.

Plus, just to pass this on, I found a place on Fertility Friend for those trying to conceive in their 40's. There is even a buddy group for those that are 45+ if you scroll down on the page. Cool!

Me: TTC 20 months (or is it 21?) and still hoping hoping hoping!
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welcome intentful. you will find a wonderful group of supportive women here.

re progesterone, my understanding is that it can affect ability to conceive. You should only start using it 3-4 days after your LH surge and take it till you get your period (full flow, not just spotting.) If no period shows up and you are pg you take it through the 12th week. I don't recall the mechanism by which it inhibits pregnancy but it does - I think it has something to do with your body thinking you're pregnant even tho you're not, similar to what bcp's do. You should check with your doctor, since you have other reasons for taking it...but even so I don't think I'd double the dose til 3-4 days after LH, which may or may not be day 13 for you in any given cycle.
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I think I'm in the 2ww right now; and if my signals were right, we did bd within 24-36 hours before ewcm, so now I watch the calendar. I hate this part. I didn't plan anything this month; isn't that how it usually happens?
but as usual, I expect anything, or nothing.

Velveteen, big hugs! And remember, if we quit all this, we'd have to take up knitting or something! So don't lose hope, there's always a chance.

Do you guys have a cut-off age or date? Like "if I'm not pregnant by the time I'm 45 (or 48 or 41) then I'm quitting?" I keep doing that and then when I reach that date, I move it back by a year.

Intentfullady, you have a lot to deal with. Kudos to you for keeping it so organized! I'm not doing anything but trying to live a good lifestyle and take care of myself. I'm overwhelmed with all the supplemental options out there. I think a fertility specialist would say "are you nuts? you have 3 great kids and you're OLD now stop it!" so I don't dare go the professional route.

joan: hey girl! welcome back! and in my experience, when you mc a pregnancy, the next one is pins and needles until at least the first trimester is over. You don't want to accept it as true and I found I would squash any feelings of attachment at the beginning, fearing the worst. and you know what? I feel closer to that child than my others - not that I "love" him more, of course, but I think I appreciate him more, you know?
gm: how are you doing?
hopeful: any news?
maja: any implantation signs?
polka: anxious to hear how your procedures go - good thoughts and hugs for you, sister!

What a beautiful day; think I'll go get dirt under my nails!

luv - Nan
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I think I'm in the 2ww right now; and if my signals were right, we did bd within 24-36 hours before ewcm, so now I watch the calendar. I hate this part. I didn't plan anything this month; isn't that how it usually happens?
but as usual, I expect anything, or nothing.



Do you guys have a cut-off age or date? Like "if I'm not pregnant by the time I'm 45 (or 48 or 41) then I'm quitting?" I keep doing that and then when I reach that date, I move it back by a year.

Intentfullady, you have a lot to deal with. Kudos to you for keeping it so organized! I'm not doing anything but trying to live a good lifestyle and take care of myself. I'm overwhelmed with all the supplemental options out there. I think a fertility specialist would say "are you nuts? you have 3 great kids and you're OLD now stop it!" so I don't dare go the professional route.


maja: any implantation signs?
polka: anxious to hear how your procedures go - good thoughts and hugs for you, sister!

What a beautiful day; think I'll go get dirt under my nails!

luv - Nan
Crossing my fingers for you! My cut of at this very moment, is having a baby in 2006 - which of course could be stretched to getting pg before in 41, bday is in feb

My chart..in my sig, is making me obsess, look at the dip yesterday at 6 dpo and the quick rise back today - it is trying to get my to think it is implantation - but man i dont want to obsess and be disappointed- i know this could take a while if it ever happens, but it would be so nice for it to happen NOW!

Ok, so i digress, and obsess...whee :-)

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Maja, I would totally be obsessing with that chart!! Oh my!

I think I have passed my cut-off mark about three times. I keep changing it once I get there. This last cycle was the last time I could have had a baby while I am 43, that would have been so cool! The good thing is, dh is very supportive and just feeling that love helps me a lot. I just cannot give up when it gets right down to it.
As long as I am having regular cycles, I guess there is still a chance. '
Right now, I think I am taking all this nurturing out on my garden. So the 'bean' I have growing in a pot is doing very well!

Nan, I'll be hoping for you!
Polka, where are you?
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Im officially nutso now...I test this am, and a BFN but i thought i could see something...ya know, in the right light, etc etc? Remember Im only 7DPO -so, about 4 hours later on a whim i tested again- and

pic 1

pic 2 with colors inverted

Im 7 DPO- no way this could be a real pos- but man, if it is...wow-

Hold my breath for a few more days

Catherine
ETA there is indeed a second line, im pretty sure weve created a tiny little miracle, it is so early tho, im hoping it sticks
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Wow
You gals are fantastic.
Thanks for your responses and insights!

My friend 49...yes 49 delivered twins by c-sec May 31, after IVF with donor eggs. She also has a 2 yr old.

TIA
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