Check with your insurance, make sure they cover testing if you cant afford it, if they do then i agree with heather go to a new GYN. just because you O doesnt mean that you dont have some blockage maybe even caused by the previous m/c or maybe developed some other problem over time. you should go to an RE they are much better than a gyn.View Thread
HAHA! eff you see kay HIM!! hahaha! good job for you being so strong. DO NOT take him back!! it is totally funny he got screwed just like he deserved, and its a good thing he told you before the doc appt or you may never have known. GOD what a LOSER!!! I would TOTALLY have the babies, that way you get your babies and your child support from that ding hole. just because hes out of the picture doesnt mean you dont deserve to be a mother. good luck with everything!View Thread
Hey. im working on an email list editing an old one so it may take a couple days before i send it out. its really depressing to look at the list from october and literally 3/4 of the people on it are gone good for them but still sad for me.. anyway ill get it out soon!!View Thread
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