Hi TTC with fibroids! I also have intramural fibroids the largest one 6cm. I went to a fertility specialist last year and he measured and said it was not blocking any thing. There are tests they can give you to see if the tubes are blocked. It is not a comfortable test. But if you are worried this will give you answers. No I have not conceived yet but I think it is more psychological than physical. The doctor found no physical reason I cannot conceive.View Thread
I am 38 and trying for my second child my daughter is 6. I have not had even a pregnancy scare since I had her. I was on the pill for about two years after her birth. My husband and I have been trying to concieve for about a year now. I went to a fertitility specialist did the invasive and painful tests to find out nothing is wrong with me physically to stop a pregnancy. So now I am since I am about 80lbs overweight that maybe I should lose weight and that may help me get pregnant and stay pregnant.View Thread
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