I figure it will only help to hear what goes on here. Hubby and I have been trying for almost two years now...and after two depressing miscarriages still no luck. I have PCO and have been on provera, metformin and clomid. I went to discuss the results of my lab test yesterday and I am positive to 2 of the testings. I am not sure what the names of them are but it looks like I will need to take baby asprin the next time I get preg. This will be the 4th round of clomid for me within 2 years.. I am excited and nervous and scared about trying again. My problem is maintaining my pregnancy (as both miscarriages did not pass 12 weeks). I've read some of the discussions and I understand how everyone feels. This is very frustrating and everything in between. Worst part for me is my best friend and I got pregnant at the same time and her baby is now 5 months and my cousin is expecting in January..I lost mine in August this year... How is everyone coping with TTC?View Thread
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