Here's my story. I'm 42 and expecting my first (though it could be my first and second!)
I have been ttc for around 4 years and during that time had one MMC.
This pregnancy has been created via IVF using donor eggs, we are hopeful that we won't have the problems we had last time
On 16th January we had 6 eggs given to us, 4 fertilised ... Eenie, Meenie, Minie and Mo spent 3 days in a dish then on 19 two were transferred. Sadly Minie and Mo were not suitable for freezing so Team Eenie & Meenie are where it's at!
I got my BFP two weeks ago and we are currently waiting not so patiently for our first scan on 27th
Until then, we have no idea what's going on in there (no betas to guide us) so we just have everything crossed that at least one of them is clinging on!
I'm 27, so is DH, and I'm expecting our first on 1st October
We were TTC and got really lucky first month.
I'm so so happy and was feeling fine until last few days. I now feel so rough.
I experienced cramps around 4 weeks which were terrifying, but the support on this board helped me to realise that they were completely normal.
Good luck everyone
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