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Discussion in 'Trying To Conceive' started by honeybee2, Dec 17, 2009.
is anyone out there in the same boat as me and need someone to talk too?
OH! ME! pick ME! pick ME!
we've been of BC since Feb 1 of this year, active TTC (temps and opk etc) for the third month. How old are you? Im 32.
im 21 ) still young i know haha! whats BC?
Me im on month 16
ooh beauty- i know how stressful it feels to get one negative after another- ive not has so much as a chemical pregnancy, although tons of evaps on evil cheapies!
yay your back!!! Not seen you for ages! how are ya???
on to cycle 10 for me, 3 years off birth control xxx
PM me, i am on FB! xxx
yep - since last decenber and a MC in feb ..... its getting boring now tbh
boring for deffo!!!!! i cant even be bothered to test anymore!!! hello i needaseed, my email is [email protected] find me on FB if you like- but dont mention anything about TTC on my page hun!!!
have pmd you hun xxx
but ye honestly...trying TTC for such a long time without nothing is sooo daunting!
we have been ntnp since last december... two mc's later still no baby or bfp its so depressing
i hope u all get that bfp soon ladies
babyhopes- have you tried baby aspirin?
no... ive heard ppl using it.. but not sure what its used for... sorry for my ignorance lol since i joined the site in sept im learning so much more about ttc lol...
I have been TTC for sooo long, and its just horrible! With no outcome as of yet, except a clearblue test result, which i do believe was just and evap. line! Good luck to all you ladies out there TTC! X
thanks amy- babyhopes:
Aspirin and Infertility
Recently, it has been discovered that aspirin seems to help women experiencing certain types of infertility. In particular, it appears to increase the chances of pregnancy in women who have experienced recurrent spontaneous abortions, or miscarriages.
Antiphospholipid Antibodies and Aspirin
Some women who experience recurrent sponataneous abortions have extremely high levels of antiphospholipid antibodies. These antiphospholipid antibodies can cause your blood to become much thicker than usual, as they cause blood platelets to stick together. This can dramatically increase your risk for developing problematic, or even fatal, blood clots. Many women with increased antiphospholipid antibodies tend to experience multiple miscarriages because blood clots can develop around the placenta, depriving the baby of vital oxygen and nutrients.
How Does Aspirin Help?
Aspirin appears to help thin out the blood in women who are experiencing these problematic blood clots. When given in low doses, aspirin makes your blood platelets less sticky, allowing blood to travel more easily through the placenta to your baby. Asprin is typically given along with Heparin, an anticoagulant medication.
Recently, a number of different studies have been performed on the use of aspirin to increase fertility. Women who had experienced multiple miscarriages and who were undergoing IVF treatment were given low doses of aspirin daily. Subsequent pregnancy rates were then compared to pregnancy rates produced by women who received no aspirin therapy. Surpisingly, more than 45% of those women taking aspirin during treatment became pregnant, while only 28% of those women not taking aspirin were able to conceive.
Recent aspirin studies also show that aspirin may be helpful in increasing pregnancy rates in all women. Aspirin appears to increase the activity of the ovaries, allowing them to release multiple eggs during ovulation. It also appears to increase blood flow to the uterus, allowing for a thicker and healthier uterine lining.
How is Aspirin Taken?
Aspirin therapy is taken orally in small daily doses. Also known as baby aspirin, low dose aspirin therapy contains between 78 and 81 milligrams of acetylsalicylic acid. If you are taking aspirin for infertility you should be under the direct supervision of a licensed health care provider.
Hope we all find some luck soon. im beginning to feel like a failure!
thanks very much..
awww no hun your not a failure... you will get that bfp soon
Yep 16 long months and 11 cycles and no even a sniff of a BFP!! Not even close to one!!
I hate testing refuse to do it unless i go past my longest cycle of cd65!!
I actually feel its near impossible and im never gonna be a mummy
Is this natural to feel like i am at the moment actually thinking its never gonna happen?
im sure it will happen soon hun i hope you get a bfp soon hun have u gone to the doc and said its been over a year and nothing?