Hi, everyone! My vitamins should be here tomorrow, and I want to just keep a log of how it affects me (if any). If you're interested in trying this with me, just Google ConceiveEasy. The first month is "free," but they get your credit card info. for automatic billing every month ($40). It comes with a basal thermometer and 20 tests (your choice of pregnancy and/or ovulation). I figured it can't hurt anything, right? It's just vitamins.
Here's my background:
34 years old
Married for almost 13 years
2 kids (conceived easily in my 20s)
1 vaginal birth, 1 cesearean due to breech position
Miscarriage at 10 weeks due to interstitial pregnancy (D&C in April 2015)
Suffering from sad, depressed mood especially this time of year
TTC for over 7 years
God-awful periods and colon issues
Cycles average around 34 days
Use ovulation testers and monitor cervical mucus - going to start temping
Lap dye test - tubes looked great
Slightly heart-shaped uterus (harder to get pregnant and keep pregnancy)
Waiting and praying every day for a miracle
Here we go!
I'll post updates on my general well-being, side-effects, and fertility.
Package arrived yesterday. With all of the Easter festivities, I plan on taking the vitamin at lunch today (it says to take it with meals). I typically don't eat breakfast, so I think I'll take it every day at lunch.
My "free" basal body thermometer is already not working. It keeps giving me an error message. I guess I need to swing by CVS or Walmart to get another one.
Diet has been awful! I've had tons of sodas, candy, and goodies. Monday needs to be a re-start
BBT is all wacky. I guess my sleep is so erratic, it's all off. I read you can take your temp vaginally, but that seems like a hassle. I don't know about this temping stuff, so if anyone wants to chime in some advice, please do so.
ConceiveEasy has been going well. It's still early and I'm just coming off of my period, but I haven't noticed any changes yet. I've been super busy and super stressed with state testing, crazy home life, and other stuff...it's a struggle to keep going non-stop every day. But that's life.
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