Hey ladies! I hope all of you are doing great! I just wanted to stop by to tell you all not to ever give up hope of conceiving your beautiful baby. I was told that I would most likely never be able to get pregnant because my ovaries were in horrible shape from all of the ruptured and twisted cysts over the years. Well, on April 19th at 12:15 am I gave birth to my beautiful baby boy, Cody. I actually ended up going over my due date, had to be induced, and had a 20 hour labor with almost 4 hours of pushing. Afterwards, we joked that it took forever to get him in there and forever to get him out. I can honestly tell you that if I had to do all over again, I would want it to happen exactly when and how it did because it brought me to where I am today. Don't give up, your time is coming!! Love and hugs!View Thread
But who knows, maybe a month on BC will help regulate your body and kick it into gear. I'm sure it is beyond annoyed to hear this, but I really think everything happens for a reason. Having them start you on progesterone after your injectables might be a good idea too. Hope things get better for you! *HUGS*View Thread
I tested every day starting 6 days before my period 'should' come. I didn't get my bfp until 2 days after it was supposed to come. So don't lose hope (and try not to spend too much $$ on hpts) View Thread
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