Thanks for organising this puppymom, what a great idea.
Here's hoping we all get our sticky bubs ASAP!
I've had the surgery, and another early loss last weekend. We were supposed to wait this cycle out to allow the inflammation to settle, but it just didn'w quite work out that way. I decided this week to give acupuncture a go - the studies I have been reading showed a 65% increase in pregnancy rates when used during IVF/ICSI, so I figure its probably worth a go to help with implantation. First appointment next week, I'll let you know how it goes.
I just had an early loss last weekend too. Frist one since my tube removal. Dr said because it was so early I didnt have to wait if I dont want to. And I dont think I am going to wait. I have heard of people getting pregnant right away after a MC and being more fertile afterwards. This is the first time I will be able to try right after a MC/Chemical so I am hoping it works.
My girlfriend did IVF and acupuncture with it and just delivered twin boys so I cant see why it wouldnt work regular. Let us know how it goes. Oh and congrats on becoming a dr.
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