for anyone that wanted to know about my gyno appointment today:
I am thankful that i am back at my old doctor that i have been going to for years (i settled on a "first available" doctor when i was pregnant because my original doctor is so booked; big mistake). Anyway, it feel good to be under her care again.
I explained everything that has happened to me since january, the blighted ovum, symptoms, miscarriage and messed up cycles/short lp. She did a pap and said everything looks and feels normal. I am disappointed to tell you that she basically said that i am young (25) and my clock isn't "ticking" yet, and since i was able to get pregnant before, that's a good sign. And since we haven't been trying for a "full year" (with opk's, temping, etc.) that we should just "go with the flow". I asked her if my dh should get his sperm tested and she goes "no! He is 26, he was able to get you pregnant before".
I love her optimism however i can't help but wish she would've done some bloodwork or ultrasound to at least see what's going on. What if there is something wrong?
i know how you feel, that is exactly what happened to me.
I kept going back to the doctors untill they finally did some thing?
What are your cycles like? Maybe i can you give you some hints on how to get your point across to your doctor.
Hey ladies, room for another? I'm on my first month ttc #3 I have 2 little boys, caleb who is 3 and blake who is nearly 2. Doing a hard girl sway this time but just hoping for a heathy baby in the end. I'm currently on CD4 and I usually ov around CD17 but not sure if it will be a bit mixed up this cycle due to taking clomid (swaying purposes). I'm an old timer on here but don't get on that much anymore as my boys keep me very busy looking forward to cycling with you all. Loadsw oif baby dust xxx
Hey hun, thanks for the welcome good luck for this month, I'm hopefully only a couple of weeks behind you. I'm not taking clomid for ov reasons its for swaying purposes only (unprescribed) looking to sway girl this time and clomid sways pink
If you have PCOS it won't really sway girl. If you have PCOS you are more likely to have a boy so the clomid kinda evens it out. Been researching it for a long time. I'm on a different forum at the minute 85% of people who have used clomid for swaying (without pcos) have concieved girls xxx
I know of loads of people but don't know the stats (its a gender swaying site so only has gender stats) there is a girl on here I'm friends with babydereau, if you can find her journal (can't post a link from my phone) clomid worked for her after ttc for over 2 years and being diagnosed with PCOS xxx
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