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Old Mar 15th, 2018, 07:19 AM   61
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Your not out yet ftale :-) too early to right your cycle off, nearly every bfp story ive read the mummy always feels like af is coming :-)



 
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Old Mar 15th, 2018, 07:21 AM   62
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Am thinking i might start like a blog thread if i have got thin uterus walls , up until i get my bfp :-) might help me to collect my thoughts and vent a bit, also it might help other people who have same issue and i dont think ive seen any other blogs like it :-)



 
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Old Mar 15th, 2018, 09:58 AM   63
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CD9 and twiddling my thumbs



 
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Old Mar 15th, 2018, 11:17 AM   64
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FTale you are so not out yet.

Phantom...is your doctor a perinatologist? Big word, I know...a perinatologist is an obstetrician who specializes in high risk pregnancies. If you confirm that it is, in fact, your uterine walls that are thin and not just your lining, I would highly recommend seeing a perinatologist and have them work with you as you get pregnant. Because I have an unicornuate uterus, my RE wouldn't even allow me to start treatment without having a peri sign off on it. I didn't even know perinatology was a thing before having to meet with one. Meeting with the peri was a huge relief to me. Not only had she seen lots of women with uterine anomalies of all types, she has also delivered 100s of healthy babies with moms just like me. She was extremely kind (granted, I know that's the person and not the job), and really instilled some confidence and restored my hope in ever getting to have bio kids that I birthed myself. The reason I say see a specialist is because even fertility doctors aren't necessarily in the business of pregnancy maintenance (though you'd think they would be) and regular ob/gyn's also don't have the same expertise. It has been a really steep learning curve for me in that there are SO many branches of the same branch of medicine (baby-making = regular pregnancy care, surgical gynecology and obstetrics, infertility treatment (this has about ten different branches on its own), high risk pregnancy, regular gynecological care that doesn't include obstetrics, etc. You'd think that a gynecologist would have some information on each of these, and maybe they do, but their specific knowledge is limited to the branch of women's health they chose.

All that being said, I still hope it's your lining, but don't lose hope if it's not. It's really just about learning your own body, listening to it, and then finding the right doctor.



 
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Old Mar 15th, 2018, 12:29 PM   65
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Ive had many tests done during my 19 cycles ttc (some painful, some not, but none showing anything wrong with me) only to find out that dh had sperm issues. (He simply started taking some supplements and we conceived within 3 cycles).
Blo - if you don't mind me asking, what supplements did your dh start taking? I already know my OH has issues (slow swimmers) and we're trying to figure out how to work with that. His urologist did the tests and just shrugged when asked.

AFM - Since DST started I've been sleeping horribly. I fall asleep fine but been waking up between 4 and 5 am and my temp time is 6:30. Two days now without a temp! Ordered some new OPKs so will have to go off of that if I can't get some decent sleep soon.



 
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Old Mar 15th, 2018, 13:34 PM   66
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Ducky - I started taking Ashwaganda and I sleep like a newborn baby.



 
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Old Mar 15th, 2018, 13:37 PM   67
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Chelshire:Same here. My wake up time went horribly wrong.



 
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Old Mar 15th, 2018, 13:43 PM   68
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I'm sitting around waiting for O, too. It's about a week off, assuming the vitex doesn't delay it. I'm on day 2 of drinking the vitex tea. I've started off at the lowest dosage (one cup of tea in the morning before breakfast). I'm hoping it gives me the extra help I need. DH and I agreed to wait until 9 failed TTC cyles before I take it up with my midwife, though I'm not sure if insurance will even bother covering it until it's been a year. I'm hoping that they will, since I'm AMA now. The coverage changes a lot in other ways once you hit that milestone, so maybe?

I was doing pretty good, feeling a lot better about TTC today than I was yesterday, until a friend's surprise (!) pregnancy announcement popped up in my FB feed.



 
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Old Mar 15th, 2018, 18:28 PM   69
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CD 13 here, should O on Saturday. I can't get these darn OPKs to cooperate with me, I think I'm not taking them at the right time of the day? Going to try the afternoon tomorrow. I'm also on first cycle after Nexplanon so I might not even O this month...going to keep dtd anyway just in case, haha! I've been making smoothies in the morning trying to boost everything up, and taking prenatals. to everyone.



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CD 13 here, should O on Saturday. I can't get these darn OPKs to cooperate with me, I think I'm not taking them at the right time of the day? Going to try the afternoon tomorrow. I'm also on first cycle after Nexplanon so I might not even O this month...going to keep dtd anyway just in case, haha! I've been making smoothies in the morning trying to boost everything up, and taking prenatals. to everyone.
What's happening with them?

Afternoons are best - between the hours of 11AM to 8PM is the recommended timeframe.



 
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