I can relate. My husband and I are also trying for our second we have a six year old daughter. We are both over 35 tho so we tried on our own for a year and I went to a fertility specialist Oct., 2012. He did a couple of invasive tests to find out that everything looks ok. I am hoping to get pregnant this year as well by charting ovulation and paying attention to my body. It is stressful and sometimes depressing (when your period comes on). But I know once I get pregnant and have my baby it won't matter. I have not had the issue of brown blood before my cycle tho. My last monthly a couple weeks ago was extremely short and I had a day of brown blood at the end of it. I wish you babydust this year! Best Wishses! hope your appt goes well.View Thread
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