Lee, Im so sorry. It is devastating seeing yet another BFN. Especially heartbreaking for you that you need to have a break from the steroids. Honestly all of this shit is just awful.
Last year my last miscarriage was in May and we couldnt even try again until January this year when we got the go ahead after all of our tests which took from May until December. I spent that time trying to get myself mentally strong again and get my life back on track without all of this ttc taking over things. It may not be a bad thing for a while for you to try and get the real you back with your husband and enjoy life again. maybe go nice breaks away and holidays that you couldnt always do with kids. Just for 6 months to a year and get an action plan in place. We're all here for you to listen to your problems and heartache.
As much as Im lucky to have fallen pregnant this time, Id forgotten how stressful and hard this is being in limbo with the bleeding etc. Its just one thing after another. I cried my heart out on Thursday night and kept my husband up beecause I fear the worst and think I cant keep going through this. Why does it all need to be so hard the ttc and difficult pregnancies.
I feel like lying in my bed for days until Thursday when I get my scan, I feel really upset. But Im trying to forget about it and going for an afternoon tea today with my friend. You should take your time to cry but then keep yourself busy with things and get out of the house. It does drive you insane to stay in the house and cry. xx
Hi Just. I know what you're saying but I was forced to take a break last year too for 6 months and it was awful I just felt in limbo, so tbh it's a no win situation. I'm nearly 40 now and with my track record I'm worried I need to face up to a different life than the one I have been dreaming of.
How are you feeling now, how is the spotting? Thank you for your words when you have your own worries too, getting a BFP causes a whole set of new anxities, I remember the feelings well. I have taken progesterone for a while now and it can cause some spotting, also if it was old implantation blood the residue from the progesterone will make it look much worse than it is. I hope this can put your mind at rest and will be keeping my fx'd for you xxx.
Lee- Is there any chance of you taking one cycle for assisted fertility, like a monitored iui cycle?
Just- I can completely empathize about wanting to stay in the house!! I'm so scared I can't motivate myself to do anything, and dh is away so I'm just sitting like a lump and waiting till Tuesday (oh, and eating everything under the sun ... steroids!).
Lee hunni... I'm so sorry you had to see a bfn. I really have no words to say that would make it any better. It sucks. It truly does. You know I'm right there with you in the age category so to have to take time off is a kick in the ol ovary.
Refresh my memory- is an iui in your protocol at all? And didn't you say you might try and sneak one more cycle of steroids in? I'm having amnesia this morning evidently.
Afm... Cd1 and she's being a major bitch. But yay for finally showing.
Hey darling. IUI is not in my current protocol it may be something I need to look at next time we TTC again, but time has run out for now.
I was thinking about just one more month as I had quite a bit of pain in my right ovary last month after taking soy so thought I had ov'd from that side which is my tubeless side.
Dh wants us to take the break now, so if I did I would have to do it on the quiet.
I'm such a dummy for getting my hopes up yet again, why do we do it!!!
I'm home alone, so cuddling up with my 2 fur babies, a glass of wine and a DVD.
How are you? Did you start your trigger shots yet?
And lol... A kick in the ovaries is exactly what I need to get those damn things working properly!!!
No shame in ttc on the sly...lol. I've done it several times!! No shots yet, had to wait on at to show. I will go Monday for my first round of bloods and scan. Usually the shots start that day as well.
Have a good cuddle and think about being sneaky next month!
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