Welcome Edo! Last year was a tough year for me as well. I had to go on levo and hormones, but I am now nearly 20 weeks along with my rainbow. Hope sunny days come your way soon .
Trying that's such a tough one. My heart says to wait, but I know I kept trying all along too. It killed me to see a month go by. I would always wonder, "what if that egg was meant to be my baby." I also know people who now have rainbows after 5, 6, even 10 losses, with no explanation as to why. Trust your gut is the best advice I can give on that one
Thanks for your reply ladies. Really appreciate it.
Les my gut is saying to keep trying. I just don't want to have wasted all of this time and then they find nothing. Time we try again we would have had a 4 month break. Which is the longest we have ever had a break for. Normally we only have a month off. I know it's not long but if we wait for the op then will be going on a whole year.
We may not conceive anyway as we don't seem to fall that easily but will just be good to feel like we are at least giving it a go.
Miss Yogi there are possibly many factors but all our tests may come back clear anyway. Only test I haven't had done is the NK cells biopsy which I will try for next cycle. The op is for a hysteroscopy to check for scarring and to have them cut out if any are present.
So I guess I'm just worried that we are waiting for all this time with no guarantee of getting an answer.
DH thinks we should just go for it and see what happens.
If nothing happens in those 3 cycles then we will only have a few more months of not trying until I can have the op.
I think we will start trying again in April and see what happens. If it doesn't happen then just means I am meant to have the surgery. If I fall and MC again then I am meant to have the surgery. If I fall and all is ok I will be in complete disbelief and be so happy that this dreaded nightmare is over x
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