know exactly how you feel when i had my second m/c it was the same time my sister and count it 3 of my sister in-lws all found out the were pg so they were all excited that i was with them and then BAM that sucks.then they dropped off the planet i had to find out from others when their baby showers were and everything else. i think its worse to feel like an outcast then to just deal with your emotions as they come and i know they were trying to spare my feelings which i love hem for but i am a big girl and make the decision whether it is too much too soon.(which it was) haha. like you said 4 is not alot but when it is in direct contact to you it seems like evryone. just know your time will come regardless of how it happens and you will make some child the luckiest little nugget on the planet.View Thread
have not been on this board in a very long time but it seemed so supportive and the best place i could think of to go. my bio explains most of my issues but an overview TTC for 6 years and 2 M/C's before finally conceiving my little angel. it was a hot mess and as you all know very stressful.
i am very nervous about trying again and i can't quite get the hubby to understand as he assumes everything just has to be great now. i am very grateful for my son and do not want to take away from him with the obsession again but i am so afraid of history repeating itself. i am on continuous BCP's right now to help control my endo but that seems to be getting progressively worse again also. i guess i just do not even know where to start. or when to call it quits or anything. if i should go back to my reproductive endocronologist to start or just see my OB?View Thread
thanks i hope so too. we have been trying for sooo long it seems. the cramping has gone down now. now i am in the dreaded 2ww. every twinge has me nervous and i was all excited before hand and now i am paranoid. whether it will work if i will lose again. am i getting over stressed blah blah blah.. lol i am stressing about being too stressed... and work is hectic i just want to relax. it will be ok though i am trying to stay positiveView Thread
it has been a while since i have been on here. i know you ladies were always such a big help to me but it was hard to be on here when we were TAB.. well a forced break..i have it all listed in my story but condensed version PG 12/8 & 12/9 both losses diag. stage IV endo w/ re grown endometrioma so put on BCP for 3 mon. just did our first IUI yesterday and i am still crampy
so i was wanting to know what can help the cramping and the blah feeling. oh and i am also on clomid which sucks. but i am so paranoid of doing something that can cause it not to work. i am sure yall understand. just any advice would be appreciated.View Thread
well i have not been on here in a while but i am going to be optomistic so i am going to try to be more active.
this is a good idea.
i have lived 11 different places total. i am a navy brat so here goes. born in chicago, moved to south carolina then to virginia then 3 times in florida then finally to texas where i have moved a couple times twice with my parents then 3 times after graduation. i am in my house with my DH now but we are planning on moving again in about 2 years. you know starter home and all. hoping to need more space.. went to 7 different schools but its not so bad see yall couldn't imagine moving so much and i can't imagine being in one place that long..lol...i get cabin fever... ha ha.....View Thread
also appreciate that sermon excerpt. if you don't mind i would like to repost it on my endo board. it is very helpful to remind women who have had losses or continuous health issues that there is a plan and things are not as bad as they could be.View Thread
I AGREE ALSO. i was on the endo board which they did not feel was important enough to carry over(but we made our own) these boards are confusing. way too busy and not user friendly at all anymore. they are hard to keep track of and read and i do believe they will discourage new people from trying to figure it out and get us oldies so frustrated we won't come on anymore.View Thread
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