Wow! That's amazing. That gave me some hope. What did your doc find to be the problem from your laparoscopy? Out of curiosity, may I ask how old you are? I'm 40 trying for my 2nd. My son is 19.View Thread
Does this test HAVE TO be done on day 21 of my cycle??? Since I've already done the FSH day 3 test in March, my doc said that the next test is the Progesterone Test. Well for the past 2 months, my day 21 has fallen on a Saturday. So I have to wait til it falls on a weekday since my doc's office is closed on the weekends....w/c is getting really frustrating because I don't have much time to waste! I will be 40 tomorrow & my bio clock is ticking louder by the day! Any and all responses would greatly be appreciated.View Thread
Awwww.....congratulations to you both! I just love success stories. I'm praying to have my own hopefully soon. My AF is suppose to show her ugly face either today or tomorrow. If it does, the doc told me to come in to get a blood test done to check my progesterone level on day 21 of my cycle....w/c will be the end of this month or some time the 1st week of next month. I'm turning 40 next week & I have an 18 yr old son goin off to the Army soon. I recently married a GOOD Man this past April & we would love to have a little one together. We've been ttc since then. So wish us luck!
Anyway.....so happy to hear your great news! Wishing u a very H & H pregnancy! God bless!View Thread
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