I'm sorry that you are going through this. Your best chaces of getting accurate answers and the care you willl need is to find an experienced RE and make an appointment. Our TTC journey of 9 years is almost over with some of the same struggles you are facing. The ladies over on the Infertility Treatment board are very helpful and supportive if you want to try that as well.View Thread
It would be wonderful if you were willing to take over the list as best as you are able until someone else comes along to do it. As you can tell I had really good spurts with weekly and then not so much. It's very exciting to have some new pg to make the list grow. Do you want to take over now or wait until I have delivered? Thanks againView Thread
It's hard to believe Eliza is almost 8 months old now. You were just giving birth as I was joining the boards. I have been horrible about the list and everything else. The laundry list of reasons/excuses is in another post. Hope you are enjoying your first holidays as a mommy/View Thread
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