I am new to here but I just want to know if anyone could give me any insight or just some type of hope. I have been trying to conceive for almost 2 yrs and had 4 miscarriages. I did all the lab work and everything came back normal. After my 3rd miscarriage my OB gave me progestrone to use if I was to miss my period and become pregnant. So I did miss my period and got a positive home test but a week later I went to get a conformation from my Dr. he said that my hcg was low, 27, and i might miscarry again. I did use the progestrone for that week but I still miscarried. I'm running out of reasons for why my bean is not sticking and it seems like my Dr can't find any other explanation for me. I have normal cycles but it comes every 30-34 days. I just don't know. Did anyone went through this and successfully got pregnant? Im slowly giving up and just afraid to try again.View Thread
i just need some tips, or insight, or advice, on what i should do. i have been off of birth control for over a year, i was on depo, i tried 2 other birth controls before that, and had to stop every one of them because of migraines. For the past year i have not been able to have a normal period. i am on my period about every other week, and am just afraid something is seriously wrong with me. the menstruation is very heavy. my fiance and i are TTC, but cant because we dont know when im ovulating.
I have a friend who has done abortion thrice, two was done surgically that is D and C, the last one was aborted through drugs. She is married now and trying to concieve, she has undergone many medical test and check-up, the doctors keep saying she is ok, it over a year but no pregnancy. Please i need tip on how to help her.View Thread
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Hi, I'm new to this community. After reading some of the posts, I thought this may be a good place to get support as I struggle through infertility with my husband. We've been trying to conceive for over 9 months and had no luck. I have a 7cm uterine fibroid, suspected endometriosis, and possible PCOS (I'm currently waiting for the results from my doctor). Needless to say, I'm terrified and grieving for our possible loss of a family. At 24 years-old, I feel like I am being robbed of my fertility and my health. I'm trying to remain hopeful that there still is a chance that we could conceive our own child, but I feel like the odds are stacked against us. In addition, I am afraid to share this information with family members due to possible insensitive comments and hurtful questions. To all of you who share my pain and worry, how do you deal with the rough days? How did you share this information with your family members and friends?View Thread
so it's more like a helpful tip for all including me.i just told my partner that i am quiting smoking,and he needs to stop chewing.sometimes we think oh thts not for me ive been somking forever or just about a year.it can;t happen to me but what if it was just tht one little thing holding us all back.so im making tht big step i hvnt smoked forever alittle over a year due to stree,work,and just life.but now i want something more than life and smoking now i want another baby so i have to be determined to stop no matter what and stay healthy.so maybe that's what we all need to do maybe it's not smokes,maybe it's wine,beer,or caffine,or coffee,ect .whatever it is we say were serous and we want it but how bad do we want it? I know how bad i want it.View Thread
1ww: 1 week wait2ww: 2 Week Wait AF: Aunt Flow (menstrual cycle) AI:Artificial Insemination ART: Assisted Reproductive Technology BBT: Basal Body Temperature BCP: Birth Control Pills BD: Baby Dancing (love making) BFN: Big Fat Negative (HPT result) BFP: Big Fat Positive (HPT result) BMS: Baby-Making Sex BW: Bloodwork BPT: Blood Pregnancy Test BTW:By the Way C:Cycle CB:Cycle Buddy CD:Cycle Day CF:Cervical Fluid CM:Cervical Mucus D&C:Dilation & Currettage D&E:Dilation & Evacuation DB:Darling /Dear Boyfriend DD: Darling/Dear Daughter DF: Darling/Dear Fiance DH: Darling/Dear Husband DP: Days Past (also Dear Partner) DPO: Days Past Ovulation DS: Darling/Dear Son DW: Darling/Dear Wife Dx: Diagnosis E2: Estradiol EB,EMB: Endometrial Biopsy ED: Every Day EOD:Every Other Day ENDO: Endometriosis EPT: Early Pregnancy Test EW: Egg White Consistency FD: Fun Dancing (when not bd'ing) FMOD: Future Mother of the Day FMOW: Future Mother of the Week FSH: Follicle Stimulating Hormone GCT: Glucose Challenge Test GP: General Practitioner GTT: Glucose Tolerance Test HCG: human chorionic gonadotropin(Pg Hormone) H&HHappy and Healthy HPT: Home Pregnancy Test HSG: Hysterosalpingogram HTH: Hope this Helps IF: Infertility IUI: Intra-Uterine Insemination IM: Intra-muscular (Injections) IVF: In Vitro Fertilization JMO: Just my opinion KWIM?:Know what I mean? KWYM: Know what you mean LAP: Laparoscopy LOL: Laugh out Loud LPD: Luteal Phase Defect MC or m/c: miscarriage MFIF: Male Factor Infertility N/M: No message NP: Nurse Practitioner/no problem O: Ovulation OB/GYN: Obstetrician/Gynecologist OPK: Ovulation Predictor Kit O/T:Off Topic PCOS: Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome PCT: Post Coital Test PG: Pregnant PID: Pelvic Inflammatory Disease PMS: Premenstrual Syndrome POAS: Pee on a stick PUPO: Pregnant until Proven otherwise RE: Reproductive Endocrinologist (Infertility Specialist) SA: Semen Analysis SI: Secondary Infertility SO: Significant Other STD: Sexually Transmitted Disease TAB: Taking a Break TIA: Thanks in Advance TMI: Too much information TRH: Thyroid-releasing Hormone TSH: Thyroid Stimulating Hormone TTC: Trying to Conceive US, u/s: Ultrasound UTI: Urinary Tract Infection WBC: White Blood Cells View Thread
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Well that's easy too, on the left hand side you see many links one of them is "discussions", click on it and you'll only see the discussions. It's almost like the way you use to look at posts at WebMD.
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