So sorry about the loss hun! Went through the same in June, September and then again in November this year..Hoping this "bean" sticks! I found some great info about Omega 3-6-9, baby aspirin and iron...I used them up until ovulation (while m/c'ing) and then switched to just a prenatal, DHA (omega 3) and my baby aspirin...I've not had any cramping this time like the m/c's--more twinges and pulls...You might check into it...I'm soo sorry sweetie...But if you are having a "lining" problem like I apparently was--the supplements may help! Only time will tell for me--but I take the not cramping as a good sign that everything is right where it should be for now...
The dh has picked out: Colt Weatherby *our last name is Verner*
I like Jacob *biblical* -- the dh likes Jacob Townsend Weatherby to..But the name Colt is growing on me...
Colt (for the Colt .45); Weatherby (Rifle maker); Townsend was an early mountainman...My dh is soo into westerns, Louis Lamour and mountainman stories...LOL...But this being the last and "his" first boy--I can't argue to much with him about it...LOL....
For a girl...
We had this name picked out through 2 m/c's...
Rosslyn for his Uncle Ross
Carol for dh's dad and dh (Jason Carol and Carol Wayne)
Ann for his sister who was killed at age 13 when she was hit by a car.
So sorry to hear that Hun, I hope the drs find what is causing the mc's and you get your sticky bean real soon
We have just come back from mil's and I just wanted to blurt it out but we are going to go buy some more tests tomorrow (turns out dh is a posa as I am, with me doing the pee-ing that is) as soon as I get a deffinate pink line I'll be more relaxed about it and can start enjoying it. I found out today that here you get a scan at every dr's appointment whaooooooo. It's going to be strange giving birth in a foreign country, I had my ds 6 months ago in the uk so I'm nervous about that. The only pain relief you get here is pethadin no gas and air or epidural and evn tho I only had g&a with ds I like the thought of being able to demand drugs if I see fit lol.
ohhh names so many i love, for a boy my fav is finlay, a girl i like rabeya, lucia, zara, dh and i cant decide but ive told him i will get the deciding vote lol, when do u go for your first scan? and what will your first appointment entail?
Michelle, I'll be giving birth abroad too - Germany - we are moving at Easter - DD1 and 2 were born in the UK!
Waiting, no idea on names, I'm dreadful with boys ones - won't even think about that til much later!
Tired now, might just pee on another wee stick and then go to bed!
I'm calling tomorrow to set up my first app and scan for Jan 16, I'll be 7 wks. Going to be the longest 3 Weeks ever. Never got to see my first's hb (MC). I'm off work that day so its perfect since its still top secret (: Anyone else still testing everyday? I am so guilty of that!
I am testing every day too.. love seeing the lines get darker daily!
Age: 27 (28 in a couple weeks)
EDD: Sept 6th, based on lmp (Dec 1st) & OPK (ovulated & conceived Dec 15th)
NO clue, but really want a girl, and planning on finding out the gender (I am someone with no patience and always want to know everything I can!)
TTC 4 months
I had 2 chemicals before this one stuck & I was so happy to get a true BFP that's getting darker every day, which never happened w/ chemicals because I lost it before implantation was successful. Very faint BFP on 8 DPO, true BFP in 9 DPO & hcg is higher every day! The only thing I did different was take B6 starting a month ago to lengthen my luteal phase- and it worked. But going to the doc's next week to check progesterone levels just in case.
Just curious if anyone knows how they will deliver already??? I know that if this pg goes as planned, it will be a scheduled c/section as my other two full term pgs were as follows: first--emergency c/section after 38 hrs in labor with no real progression; fetal distress; blood pressure jumped, etc...Finally got epidural during hr 36..Wes was 6lbs 15oz and 21 1/2 inches long..Second--scheduled c/section after planned induction--due date was 10/18 and was going to be induced on 10/15 but was already having problems with an irratible uterus; 7+ trips to Labor and Delivery; and after the finally sonogram they found that on 10/1 she was already 7+lbs. Adrian was born 10/11 and weighed 8lbs 9.3 oz and was 19 3/4 inches long..My ob at the time told me my second would weigh more than my first by 2 or more lbs and each afterwards would weigh 2 or more lbs than the previous one based on my body type...I know there is NO way I'm going through a natural birth or VBAC if there is a possibility of a 10lb' baby......
So with a schedule c/section I figure I'll probably deliver 7 days earlier than actual due date...My conception and due dates have been pretty right on with each pregnancy too...With Adrian--original due date was 10/21 but after 2nd sono it was moved to 10/18--she came exactly 7 days early; With Wesley due was originally April 9th--date moved after sono to April 5th--he came on April 4th after going into labor on my own but via c/s...
Sorry to be so long winded but thought I'd share my background too...LOL...
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