TTC 3 years so far, anyone with the same situation?
Been TTC since 2009. I have undergone all testing, tested utures, ovaries, tubes everything is normal, period is also normal as well cycle ranges 28-33 days. A month ago I checked my blood which came back normal, but had 1 abnormal results which was my Thyroid, It turns out I have an inflammation, and I am at high risk of hypothyroid... Doctor wants me to check every six months to see the blood results for hypothyroid, and said I should have no problem getting pregnant, hubby used to smoke but now he's smoke free and he hasn't smoked since 4 months. Hubby hasn't done andrology testing yet, but he has vitamin D defiency, he's already prescribed pills for it and taking them.. Wanted to see if anyone is going through the same situation but got pregnant naturally or with fertility help?
Maybe in this thread we can talk and share our stories together to give each other motivation and support and hopefully getting oursoon and keep the witch away and God Bless.
We've been for tests and everything has come back clear - my mother has had very bad problems with thyroid so that was one of the first things he tested for.
Having a few months off now - I think this whole ttc thing can just completely rule your life.
Last month I really thought I had caught - we had been America visiting family while I OV'd skipped Feb's af altogether - the dates even matched up to the hour of the one time we dtd. Sadly af got me in March though - since then I haven't really thought about it at all
I have hypothyroid for 7 years but had 3 children it has not caused an problems at all, they give you medication to keep it steady and I have no probs at all. I've been trying to conceive for 9 months this time round x
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