Yaaaaay beeeetle I am so pleased to hear your news, that is brilliant and the fact that they have diagnosed the NK cells etc and are doing something about it is great news for a positive outcome and also congrats of course on the
Mistyy, Maddy, greens, pcdmcd, bigger, pippi, garfie, max, nise, barnie always stalking and cheering you on from the sidelines (and anyone i have missed )
Congrats Beetle....I remeber you from a the start of last year...I must have just joined when you 'left'....thats great news and wonderful that its a honeymoon conception. I'm sure the treatment you are on helped.
What was your TSH and T4 levels that they diagnosed mild hypothyrodisim (if you don't mine me asking)
Mine where 3.9mU/L for TSH and 15 pmol/L for T4. The doctors all those results are normal but I have all the symptoms of low basal temp, always cold etc.
That's brill to see the hb, understand what you mean about 'jinking' things by posting here but you held out longer that I could.
Sorry to hear about your Dad dying...and congrats on getting married....big eventful year for you.
We tried to do that on our last hol....drank wine and relaxed but came back with a bfn...but appreciate your advice.
Spoomie, I have to Echo what Misty says about metric/imperial.
I know my weight in KG and stones....but my only height in feet and inches.
When I worked in a lab, we always used g and ml....but when I buy meat from the butcher I ask for it in lb. I use miles and km interchangiblly depending on whether I'm in the South of Ireland (in Km) or N. Ireland (miles)
The one thing I can't get hy head around is km/L conversion for fuel economy in cars. always have to look at miles per gallon (although I have no clue how large a gallon is !!!).
That's so final Pmdc about dh vascetomy....I guess it one way to draw an end to ttc. I'm more like you Garfie....selflishly continuining on ttc for another while...don't have any idea of an end date. probably just slowly reach that conclusion the way you seem to be Misty.
Ladies I'm still hanging around just not posting much right now an fixing get ready head toward town get some groceries due a snow storm with ice is coming our way. So need to get the main important things LOL..
Thanks ladies! I got married on the 1st December last year! Was really quick as we only got engaged on 22nd July. We thought we would get married quickly in the hope that my Dad would be able to make it to the wedding but sadly he died in August. At least he knew my OH was going to take care of me! The wedding was THE most beautiful day and Im in such a good place with my Mum and Dad and I know they were there watching. I also think that their wedding present to us was our pregnancy! (you know ... up there pulling a few strings and putting in a good word!).
Congrats also on your marriage PDMCD17!!! I love a good winter wedding! Thanks for complimenting my cat Indy ... she's going to be 17 in February! Can't believe it!
Pippi - oh help, I really can't remember what my thyroid levels actually were now. my consultant at the Lister said that they were definitely low for their figures but that they wouldn't have been picked up in routine nhs doctor checks. My symptoms were really cold extremeties, very difficult to lose weight, lethargic. I feel so much better now I'm on the thyroxine - immediately lost weight, feet now normal temp and not like iceblocks - and I'm only on a 25mg dosage. I'm sure that's helped me get pregnant. The specialist did say that its quite common for ladies who are borderline hypothyroid to have frequent miscarriages or difficulty conceiving. So I would push some more. My acupuncturist also said she immediately noticed the difference since i've been on thyroxine. Said my energy levels were holding and that it felt that something in my system had 'clicked into place' her words.
Butterfly - wow - very exciting times for you! Not quite sure exactly what stage you are at but wishing you all the very best!
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