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Old Nov 21st, 2011, 00:19 AM   11
elise626
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Thanks Buster 1! I appreciate it. Got my period earlier this month, and am now CD 10. The good thing is, about 3-4 months after my myomectomy, my cycles have getting much more regular. I used to get AF anywhere from every 40-60 days, now it's a much more manageable 30-34 days.

Fingers and toes crossed for this month for us all. Baby dust for everyone!!



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Old Nov 30th, 2011, 09:43 AM   12
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i donít really reply to stuff like this but i felt i had to do it as i was in your position an it was a hard time in my life,

I had a 8cm fibroid well thatís what I thought, I had a operation in may 2011 it was suppose to be laparoscopy which it started out to be but the surgeon notice it was a lot bigger than the scan had shown I lost 2 litres of blood and it turned into a emergency open myomectomy, the worst pain I have ever felt in my life!!!

I have a 4 yr old son and was TTC for 2 yrs before now. I found out I was pregnant in October 2011 which is 6 months after my operation, my doctor told me I could TTC as soon as I was physically able to which we did but yes it took 6 months, which is kind of weird it took 6 months to conceive my 1st child.

So please stay positive ovulation calendar and strips did help me but I think it was more my mind as well.

Good luck and baby dust for you all.xxxx



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Old Dec 1st, 2011, 02:04 AM   13
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Thanks for sharing your story. Hearing stories like yours is what keeps me thinking that it will happen for me someday.



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Old Dec 22nd, 2011, 23:11 PM   14
elise626
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Simsim, I really appreciate your sharing your story too!! It's so comforting to hear from other women who have gone through this.

I was feeling really good for Dec, but ended up not ovulating this past cycle. The good news is my cycle length continues to be around 30-35 days (rather than the crazy 50-60 days cycles I had pre-surgery). I'm hoping this was a freak anovulatory cycle and that January is lucky for us!

Hope everyone has a wonderful holiday season and here's to a fruitful 2012



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Old Dec 22nd, 2011, 23:22 PM   15
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Simsim's story was so great that I forgot to ask the question I came to ask .

Is anyone else experiencing very light periods after surgery? I'm about 7 months post-surgery now, and my periods are so light and short. I'm worried there's nothing for the egg to implant in. I have a follow up doctor's appt w/ my ob/gyn next week. I'm definitely going to ask her about it, but was just curious if anyone else has experienced this too.

Thanks in advance ladies!



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Old Dec 22nd, 2011, 23:30 PM   16
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Elise, sorry about not ovulating this month. Hope next month is your month. To answer your question my periods were a little lighter but not super light. I think it's a good question to ask at your follow up.

Wishing you a happy holiday season and lots of baby dust for the new year.



 
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Old Dec 23rd, 2011, 10:39 AM   17
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Hi, I just found this thread when I searched myomectomy. I am probably going to have one early next year and it's helpful hearing your stories. Thank you.



 
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Old Dec 23rd, 2011, 14:40 PM   18
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Glad you found us. Good luck with things and please keep us posted on how you get on with your procedure.



 
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Old Dec 23rd, 2011, 14:42 PM   19
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Will do. I was just wondering if it has to be done at a particular time during my cycle, do you know?



 
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Old Dec 23rd, 2011, 14:50 PM   20
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Not that I know of. I remember when I made my appointment for the surgery it was a couple of months in advance and I don't recall the doctor asking where I was going to be in my cycle during that time.



 
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