Hello I'm tiffany I'm 29. My husband and I have been trying to conceive since august. I have a prolactinoma. That I am now taking meds for and hopefully will help me conceive. Just looking for someone to talk with and maybe share info with. My cycle is anywhere from 28 to 34 days. According to ocuview I'm due for af tomorrow.
Im Lizzy. Also 29 (very soon!) I just found this site today and thought id give it a go! My hubby and I have been TTC for 14 months now. I lost a tube following and ectopic pregnancy 3 years ago and Im booked in for a hycosy procedure in a few weeks to check the remaining tubes ok (Im terrified about it to be honest!). Im also hving ovulation problems (to add more complications!) My cycles quite unpredictable like yours and ive had my hopes raised lots of times only to get my period on day 37! Im not sure what prolactinoma is but it sounds good that your on meds and hopefully they will give you a little kickstart to get things going.
Anyway just thought id say hi and send lots of luck to you and your hubby x
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