I'm doing a bit of a clear out and came across 19 CBEFM test strips with an expiry of 09/2012, I can not use them so if anyone on here would like them please respond to this message, with your email address.
I can then email you to get your home address and will package them up and send them on. First response gets the test strips, I will throw in a unopened bottle of FertileCM too.
Please note these will only work in the CBEFM - please do not respond if you do not use this monitor!View Thread
K (33) TTC1 since Oct08, M/C Jun09 (10wks), Chemical May 11. IVF1: BFP
Hi, first off i am sorry for your loss, i wish no-one had to go through that kind of heartache . It takes different amounts of time after a m/c to re-regulate cycles and to be able to get pregnant again.
I spoke with my doctor about 10 months after my m/c, and they put in a referral for me - at that point combined we had been trying for 18mnths. It took almost a year to get the referral for us, but we only have one RE on our island...
I would ask your doctor for a referral. If your doctor will run the blood panels and request a SA for your DH that would help too. At least that way you have things flagged before getting a RE appointment.
it can take 6-12months for an avg couple to conceive, so your first was within the timeframe, and because you are still under 35 you are not considered high fertility risk group so they do recommend waiting one year.View Thread
Good luck with the IUI - I'm really surprised that they will go ahead with an IUI with 12 follicles though! My RE cancelled my cycles where I had 5 because I over responded and although they make you sign forms for selective reduction thats not an area they want to delve into.
I hope you take this in the spirit it is intended - which is concern, but I would be asking my RE about the risks of IUI with that many folliclesView Thread
I remember you - sorry you find yourself back here I spend more of my time over on the TTCAL board nowadays... but we are doing IUI now too. I'm on my second attempt - 5DPO right now so fingers crossed!
Just wanted to check in and see how you are doing. I miss our chat but I am so happy that you have graduated I hope that we can stay in touch - I remember you having a blog, but cant remember the address...View Thread
K (33), DH (34), TTC 1 Since Oct 08, M/C Jun09 (10wks), Unexplained Infertility IUI 1: Feb, 100mg clomid, 4 follies (R), BFN IUI 2: Mar, 100mg clomid http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/KL
Hi Brandy, first off I am so sorry for your loss and for finding yourself on the difficult road of infertility.
I had a missed m/c in 2009 at 10 weeks and had to undergo a D&C also, since then we have had no luck in the TTC department, so I can feel your pain. We have been diagnosed with unexplained infertility - neither of us have any issues, it's just not happening
I have had a lot of support from this group, and the ladies on here have a lot of knowledge and can help support you through this journey. No-one truly understands IF like the women experiencing it.
Have you tried accupuncture, some ladies here have had success with it, and it certainly can reduce your stress and anxiety.View Thread
K (33), DH (34), TTC 1 Since Oct 08, M/C Jun09 (10wks),
IUI 1: Feb, 100mg clomid, 4 follies (R), BFN
IUI 2: Mar, 100mg clomid
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