New update: Today I miscarried. Started a week late and it was heavy and very abnormal. I will be going to the doc soon to get things taken care of but I figured I would post a new update that I had successfully gotten pregnant, so there is still hope.View Thread
So I have an update... Since I haven't been on here in almost a year, I figured I should fill you in. For the last three months, I have had regular cycles. I found out in July that I have ovarian cysts, but with having regular cycles, I should have them taken care of. I am late by 10 days now, and in another week or so I will be taking a test with fingers and toes crossed! I am showing some signs of early pregnancy and here's hoping that my mind isn't just playing tricks on me again. I was told in July that it will be difficult to conceive, but not impossible and we're back to trying full swing. We don't take it too seriously, but we're both hoping and praying.View Thread
I have a bicornate uterus and I have discovered after going to an OB that I do no ovulate. it's going to be a long road ahead if I want to conceive. For now, I am having issues with my intestines and will be having a colonoscopy this week to check for cancer, among other things. I will keep you posted on everything.View Thread
so after trying and trying. i went to the ER with pregnancy symptoms, sharp pains in my pelvic area, but never a positive pregnancy test. I wanted to make sure it wasn't a complication such as an eptopic or a tubal. Come to find out, I have a heart shaped uterus. The docs said it will be extremely difficult for me to conceive and if I am able, it will be very difficult to carry because since my uterus is shaped so oddly, the baby will not attach correctly and my equilibrium will be way off. They recommend surgery, which I can't afford. Just thought I'd share the update.View Thread
Nothing yet on this end. Was at the hospital Tuesday for a bad cold. They gave me a pregnancy test which was negative. Also drew several vials of blood, so I'm thinking that one of them was a blood pregnancy test as well. We stopped trying and actually started having fun.. Just going at it like teenagers. I got really down and depressed about it recently, because I've been catching a lot of grief about wanting a baby at my age (22). My hormones have been crazy ever since last Feb. My significant other finally saw just how much this has been bothering me... Hopefully lady luck will lend a hand soon.View Thread
I was on Depo-Provera for 5 years, then went straight to Implanon for 26 months. I stopped all birth control as of 2/1/11, and started taking a complete multivitamin. I've been trying consistently for 9 months now, with not even a chance. I take pregnancy tests monthly because my cycle is so random (always has been), and I don't necessarily get a period every month, or I will for a month straight. Is there anything else I could possibly do to increase my chances of conceiving?View Thread
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