Katie! I am so glad that you finally have some answers, and it seems to be a fairly easy fix! Will they allow you to do a payment plan that way you don't have to wait? I'm chomping at the bit for you... patience has never been a virtue of mine
Anyway, I am so, so happy that things are starting to straigten out for you and am looking forward to your BFP post soon! Keep us posted!View Thread
Hi MommaGoats! I also wanted to say congrats on the new pregnancy and wish you a happy and healthy 9 months! Pregnancy after loss is such a roller coaster journey, but you just have to take it one day at a time. What helped me in the beginning was setting small milestones for myself. And just breathe and try to be positive.
Also, there is a Pregnancy After Loss board that is a bit more active and is a wonderful place for support. We havea few relatively active members, but would love some new faces!
Good luck momma! Wishing you a long, uneventful pregnancy!View Thread
Hi Katie! It hurts my heart to see this board so quiet! I think of you often and continue to pray that your struggles end with a new baby to love. Do you know anything more about the prostate infection? I've never heard of such a thing, but hope it's an easy fix.
I wish I could provide more support, but wanted you to know I'm still thinking of you. Hugs momma! Hang in there.View Thread
Ani!! Congratulations! I am so excited for you. I know you're scared, the first few weeks are really hard, but just breathe... One day at a time. I'm crossing my fingers and toes for a sticky little baby!
I am so glad I decided to lurk and check in on you gals today! I will keep you and that sweet little baby in my prayers.
Congrats again girl... You soo deserve this!View Thread
Hi Angela.... First off, I am so very sorry for your loss. But, you have definitely come to the right place for comfort and support. The women on this board are simply amazing.
The advice I would give is to not dwell on the reason. Many, many women who experience an early pregnancy loss never get an answer. It's just too early to tell. And most likely chromosomal. I had two losses last year, didn't get a reason with either one of them. My OB offered to perform the Recurrent Pregnancy Loss panel of tests after my second loss (some OBs won't until you've had three losses) just for my peace of mind, and all of my tests came back normal... nothing even questionable at all.
The hardest part is accepting you will never know. What you need to do now is grieve. Take the time to heal emotionally. After the pain starts to subside, your fear of losing another baby will turn into hope of bringing home a baby and you will feel ready to try again. Not saying you won't be nervous.View Thread
Well ladies. It's official. I'm pregnant!! I was going to wait and retest tomorrow morning, but I couldn't. I didnt go to the bathroom from 1pm until 7:30 when I got home so I could test . I am beyond thrilled and absolutely terrified, but thinking good thoughts. I will call my OB in the morning to start progesterone and potentially lovenox.
On a side note, I also got a new job offer this afternoon as well. A good day all around.
Thank you all for the love and support these last few months. You truly are all phenomenal. And Vicky... You're next!View Thread
Vicky: I've got my fingers crossed for you, girl!!! And I wanted to thank you for your kind words and support the other day. I was having a really crummy day! Anyway, I really, really hope you get a BFP, your BD dates look promising!
Ani: good luck with this new cycle. I hope it goes by quickly and your get your BFP.
My update (POSS TRIGGS!): CD#27. Took a FRER Saturday morning and got what *might* be a BFP. It was very, very faint. In fact, I missed it the first time I looked at it. Was about to put the test away and caught a glimpse of what could be a line. Showed in the three minute window and it seemed pink to me, but it could be wishful thinking.
I will re-test tomorrow morning. AF is due on Wednesday.View Thread
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