Great news on the betas! My doctor had previously said she wanted me to come in at about 7 weeks for an ultrasound, but didn't think beta tests were needed. I would feel much better if i had some, though, so I'm going to ask the nurse when she calls back to schedule my appt.
Thanks!! Congrats to you too!
This is all so exciting and scary. My other half steve is still very much in denial about it all. He didnt think he could have kids after trying in a previous relationship for 2 years, however the circumstances were very very different.
We have been on and off unprotected for a while but we went away to santa pod races and camping did us some good.. because now theres a baby from it too lol! O am still a bit worried, was due on saturday.. did a test sunday was very faint line... then did another yesterday and was a littlw darker and ive yet to do one today! So worried il miscarry.
My cycles before now have been spot on 28 days so its very unusual that I am late.
I am sorry I am just rabbiting on, but I am genuinely shocked excited tearful worried scared all in one!!
Cant wait to spend the next 9 months getting to know the girls in here, I found my december dreamers group such a help 4 years ago
I'm Kit and I'm 24. DH and I have been TTC#1 for 5 years and 1 month. I have PCOS and it's been really difficult to get pregnant and since my first BFP in 2012, we've had a few early miscarriages and chemical pregnancies. I've never previously made it past 6-7 weeks
I got my yesterday at 9dpo, and I'm really hoping this is going to be my rainbow baby! There are a few differences so far that have made me really hopeful! Even though I test from 8dpo, I usually I get my BFP later on (around when AF due) and I have slow progression that eventually stops and starts to get lighter. This time I got my BFP really early - I tested yesterday at 9dpo and got positives on an IC, FRER and even a digi I seem to be having amazing progression at the moment too.
Also, this time the consultant at the hospital is trying to treat the recurrent miscarriage so I'll be on 3 different medications until approx. 24 weeks of pregnancy including daily aspirin, progesterone and a cream that I have to use for 4 days in a row every 4 weeks.
I'm not 100% sure what my due date is - GP went by first day of last period and said 2nd June 2015, but that doesn't take into account that my cycles are longer than 28 days and irregular. However, if I go by ovulation (based on BBT, CM, OPKs and CBFM) then due date would be 7th June 2015 and i'm more inclined to go with that.
Welcome Kit! Seems we have similar stories. I'm 23 and have been trying for 4 years with PCOS. I got pregnant in April with the help of Femara with twins. I had a vanishing twin around 7 weeks and then miscarried the other at 8w3d. I'm on 400mg of progesterone daily orally and vaginally right now because my progesterone was so low last pregnancy. Hopefully that was my issue.
Those are some amazing lines! I hope this is your rainbow too and we all come out of this with our babies. I feel more hopeful this time too so far. Hopefully my good feelings are right.
I'll put you down for June 7th and we can always change it later if needed
We just moved a couple of months ago to this new city and I hadn't found a doctor yet and made an appointment with someone for Oct 1 just a couple of weeks ago. NOW, I don't have a place to go get a blood test to confirm pregnancy. I don't know how I would last till Oct 1 without "confirming" for sure..ughhhh...
Congrats, desi! Hopefully you can find somewhere. I'll get you added to the list.
The past 2 days have been the worst symptom wise. I don't know if it's really early morning sickness or because I added 200mg of progesterone orally on top of my 200mg vaginally everyday. I have been nauseated non stop for 2 days and threw up three times yesterday. It's even worse when I'm hungry. I woke up so bloated today too and feeling like my uterus was going to explode.
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