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#31 of 42 Old 12-09-2008, 12:03 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Tomorrow's my appointment, and I hope it goes well. It hurts so much to want something so bad, and to not be able to have it.

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My appointment went great!! I picked a good doctor! When we were discussing the # of kids I have & DD still nursing, she was saying she nursed her youngest until he was 4 1/2 : !!

Anyway, she was looking in my file, and there were no results of my bloodwork I had done by an endocrinologist back in May . So, I'll get those redone, plus some others. She also gave me Provera to take for 10 days to see if I have a period or not. So we'll wait & see what these tests say, and if the Provera works.

It went well!

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My appointment went great!! I picked a good doctor! When we were discussing the # of kids I have & DD still nursing, she was saying she nursed her youngest until he was 4 1/2 : !!

Anyway, she was looking in my file, and there were no results of my bloodwork I had done by an endocrinologist back in May . So, I'll get those redone, plus some others. She also gave me Provera to take for 10 days to see if I have a period or not. So we'll wait & see what these tests say, and if the Provera works.

It went well!
Wow that's awesome!

Now I'll have to MDC-stalk you until you're pg!

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Wow that's awesome!

Now I'll have to MDC-stalk you until you're pg!
LOL!! I'll keep ya updated .

At least she said there was something wrong somewhere, either thyroid, adrenal, or female hormones. So hopefully this is the start of my road to wellness :.

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OK, I've had 2 doses of the Provera, and I am starting to feel like crap! I'm having cramps (no discharge though), moodiness, and slight nausea. I'm hoping that this is a good sign!

I'm sure I'll end up with a huge mess of a period that will be a flood. Better stock up on pads now!

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Get ready! Ugh...I have such a love-hate relationship with periods!!!

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Get ready! Ugh...I have such a love-hate relationship with periods!!!
LOL, DH said I'm probably the only woman who WANTS to have a period . I stocked up on the most absorbant pads the store had, just in case.

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Did AF show?

And, I have always loved the feeling of getting my period. Something that makes me feel all woman and so connected, granted, moody and snappy, but all woman!

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Did AF show?

And, I have always loved the feeling of getting my period. Something that makes me feel all woman and so connected, granted, moody and snappy, but all woman!
Not yet, I still have 7 more doses to take, so I'd expect it in about 2 weeks or so.

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: SUCCESS!!!! I am bleeding today!! It just started, and I'm also having a bunch of cramps. Not complaining though, as I hope this is good news for me.

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I don't know if you have thought about it, but with every child it seems like a womans body give hormones easier, and stays in prego mode for longer. It may just be your body taking a small breather trying to prepare for your next little one. Even with all the dr.'s these days, a woman is still the best monitor for her own body.

I kept telling my dr there was something wrong with my parts down stairs when I was younger and up untill recently did I get one to actually listen to me and do what I asked.

Things that helped though:

Research your symptoms, (google it).

Make a list of possible problems, and there diagnosis course (ie blood test).

Go to a different dr and/or consider a midwife, they are really great at actually listening to women and trusting a woman to know her own body, plus they will give you answers or point you in the direction of a dr who will listen.

Most of all, don't get stressed, leave it in Gods hands, he gave you 6 babies and he may have a reason to make you wait a little while for the next one.

Hope this helps.
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I don't know if you have thought about it, but with every child it seems like a womans body give hormones easier, and stays in prego mode for longer. It may just be your body taking a small breather trying to prepare for your next little one. Even with all the dr.'s these days, a woman is still the best monitor for her own body.

I kept telling my dr there was something wrong with my parts down stairs when I was younger and up untill recently did I get one to actually listen to me and do what I asked.

Things that helped though:

Research your symptoms, (google it).

Make a list of possible problems, and there diagnosis course (ie blood test).

Go to a different dr and/or consider a midwife, they are really great at actually listening to women and trusting a woman to know her own body, plus they will give you answers or point you in the direction of a dr who will listen.

Most of all, don't get stressed, leave it in Gods hands, he gave you 6 babies and he may have a reason to make you wait a little while for the next one.

Hope this helps.
Yeah, I keep telling myself that good things come to those who wait, but the waiting is so hard .

I really like this doctor I found. She is very smart, and very AP in her ways. I will see her for everything from now on.

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