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Old Feb 14th, 2013, 15:18 PM   4981
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That's awesome news Becky!! Thank you Jesus!!



 
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Old Feb 14th, 2013, 16:23 PM   4982
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So happy to hear your news beck!



 
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Old Feb 15th, 2013, 10:31 AM   4983
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Hi ladies! I admittedly haven't read any of this thread, but have a question that I need help with. I am currently doing a partial fast (sunup to sundown) to glorify God and grow my relationship with Him. It is going wonderfully so far, but last night my husband and I were intimate and he thought it felt like I was pregnant (TMI, but I have been pregnant 6 times before - unfortunately not 6 children - so he would know how that feels). I took a test this am and it was negative, but I don't know where I'm at in my cycle. I might be only 5 dpo or not even ovulated yet

My question is should I stop my fast to ensure that I am providing the correct nourishment for a baby or should I continue? I really have no other indication besides what my husband said last night. I would appreciate all opinions and advice. Thank you in advance.



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Old Feb 15th, 2013, 12:45 PM   4984
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Sarah, the post about the rainbow was beautiful I feel very blessed to live somewhere that I can see one nearly everyday and every time it reminds me of God and His promises

Now I can share them with all of you ladies too!!!

This is very beautiful..I saw one very similar yesterday,which is very rare in the city,but I caught it in passing on the train.I think God is trying to remind me of something!!

This pic is so beautiful,wish I could see these everyday!



 
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Old Feb 15th, 2013, 15:53 PM   4985
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Hi ladies! I admittedly haven't read any of this thread, but have a question that I need help with. I am currently doing a partial fast (sunup to sundown) to glorify God and grow my relationship with Him. It is going wonderfully so far, but last night my husband and I were intimate and he thought it felt like I was pregnant (TMI, but I have been pregnant 6 times before - unfortunately not 6 children - so he would know how that feels). I took a test this am and it was negative, but I don't know where I'm at in my cycle. I might be only 5 dpo or not even ovulated yet

My question is should I stop my fast to ensure that I am providing the correct nourishment for a baby or should I continue? I really have no other indication besides what my husband said last night. I would appreciate all opinions and advice. Thank you in advance.
God knows your heart and the reason you are fasting, but for safety of the development of a baby, if you are pregnant, I would suggest maybe fasting a certain food, like sweets or maybe fast one meal a day.



 
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Old Feb 16th, 2013, 10:07 AM   4986
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Godsjewel - Thank you for your reply. I am waking up early to eat before sunup and am having late dinners, so am technically only skipping lunch already. I'm not sure if I feel comfortable giving up my fast without knowing for certain if I am pregnant. I have prayed for guidance from the Lord and know He will provide. I do very much appreciate your advice and wish everyone ttc the very best.



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Old Feb 18th, 2013, 02:09 AM   4987
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Ladies I need advice.... I've been with my gyneacologist/obstetrician for 5 years. I love him dearly and trust him. He has rid me of cysts using treatment and was the only gynea that did not cut to remove cysts... He has had me on Clomid for the past 5 months. Last month he did an IUI with unwashed sperm. Which I only later found out can be very dangerous. He is a God fearing mand and can't believe he would do anything that could harm me. He does the precedures all in his rooms so that we can claim from medical aid rather than pay a fortune at a fertility clinic..... Soooooo... This morning I went to see him and he found HUGE cysts on both ovaries. He says we need to treat them immediatly to avoid surgery. He has advised I go back onto contraceptives for 6 weeks to see if we can get them to dissolve again. He thinks it is the clomid which has caused them.... He says when they dissolve we can go on clomid again.... It feels like I'm going around in circles.... Do I need a second opinion? Should I do the 6 weeks treatment and go from there? I honestly don't know what to do? Please pray ladies!! And your opinions would be very welcome!!!



 
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Old Feb 18th, 2013, 05:48 AM   4988
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Dyna I think you need to find someone else if for no other reason than the unwashed sperm. That can be extremely dangerous and I honestly can't believe we medical professional he did that. I would get a second opinion about the cysts too. I'll be praying.



 
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Old Feb 18th, 2013, 07:36 AM   4989
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Ladies I need advice.... I've been with my gyneacologist/obstetrician for 5 years. I love him dearly and trust him. He has rid me of cysts using treatment and was the only gynea that did not cut to remove cysts... He has had me on Clomid for the past 5 months. Last month he did an IUI with unwashed sperm. Which I only later found out can be very dangerous. He is a God fearing mand and can't believe he would do anything that could harm me. He does the precedures all in his rooms so that we can claim from medical aid rather than pay a fortune at a fertility clinic..... Soooooo... This morning I went to see him and he found HUGE cysts on both ovaries. He says we need to treat them immediatly to avoid surgery. He has advised I go back onto contraceptives for 6 weeks to see if we can get them to dissolve again. He thinks it is the clomid which has caused them.... He says when they dissolve we can go on clomid again.... It feels like I'm going around in circles.... Do I need a second opinion? Should I do the 6 weeks treatment and go from there? I honestly don't know what to do? Please pray ladies!! And your opinions would be very welcome!!!
Hi Sweetie!

I'm very unfamiliar with the doctor's office not washing the sperm. I've had 7 IUI's and they've always done sperm washing.

I had cysts on my ovaries and my doc usually doesn't prescribe anything for a couple months and has me go in for ultrasounds, since most of them disappear on their own, depending on the kind you have. I know they do prescribe birth control pills as a way of shrinking them or getting rid of them.

If you have these questions, you may want to get another opinion...doesn't hurt.



 
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Having A Baby Changes Everything


Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.
Hebrews 13:8

You’ve all seen them. Those commercials that interrupt your favorite television program. Intimate glimpses into the blissful interactions of parent and infant. An awestruck toddler discovering the wonder of a frog. A bald, gurgling baby gleefully splashing as she is bathed in the kitchen sink. Yes, the voiceover on the commercial is correct. “Having a baby changes everything.”

Every time I hear that line, I also hear the anguished cry of more than 2 million infertile women: “Yeah? Well, not having a baby changes everything too.”

Infertility brings many life changes. Your dreams change. Your view of your future changes. Your plans change. Even your vacations change. After all, you can’t go rock climbing during that dreaded two week wait--just in case!

But there one thing that will never change, even through the ups and downs of infertility. Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.

The same Jesus who wept with Mary and Martha when their hearts were broken, weeps with you as you stare brokenhearted at another negative pregnancy test. Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.

The same Jesus who wouldn’t let go of Peter’s hand when the storm raged on is the same Jesus who holds you tight every time someone else announces a pregnancy. Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.

Through your changed dreams and plans, through the changing seasons of your infertility, Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever. He will remain forever steady and unchanging, even as the calendar changes from month to month and year to year.

Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.

-Beth Forbus



 
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