@Yellow.Clover: Tbf, I don’t think I ever truly introduced myself on this particular thread! I’ve been on the Infertility thread before, but I’m not sure I have been on this one before. 🙂 I had a septum in my uterus (mullerian anomaly that is basically dead tissue with no blood flow that eggs can’t survive and grow if they implant on), and the surgery cauterized it off down to living tissue (at least so my RE says!). Luckily just an out patient procedure AND I’ve been given the go ahead to actively ttc again once my next AF is over! YAY!
I had the same issue with charting. I started charting the month I got my first BFP (also first true cycle that I knew of), so even though I’ve been ttc for 2.5 years, I only have a handful of charts! I think going one more month so you get some more info is a good idea. Just don’t be surprised if the HSG messes with your cycle a bit. Mine was a bit wonky in the cycle I had my HSG done. I know SOOOO many ladies that had success with getting pregnant after their HSG’s. I hope it’s true for both you and Wifegoodman!
*hugs* I’m so sorry your follies are being contrary. I hope that you can get another u/s friday or monday and that this time your follies show up with some nice sized numbers! Hope you have an easy HSG and that you get some good news from it! I’m hoping both you and yellow.clover have bfp’s that come from your HSG cycles.
I was the same after mine. 🙂 In fact I’m pretty sure that my husband and I got it on just a couple hours after mine. lol
Welcome to the party! I wish you didn’t have to be here though!! I agree that this is one party that I would have sooooo gladly declined the invitation to. lol *hugs* Your comments made my pretty good day even better! Thank you so much!! My marriage isn’t bi-racial, but it’s bi-cultural. 🙂
Ugh. 🙁 Sorry things have gotten so messed up on this cycle. I bet it can be a big stress so often with remembering what to start taking when and what to stop taking when. I hope the cycle can be salvaged and that it leads to your bfp!
It went very well and yes, tonight will be a GOOOOOOOOD night! 😀 It will be interesting too. I’ve heard other ladies who had septums removed say that the sex was even better afterwards because there was more room! Hope that’s true for me too! 😀
So I’m reminded that I’ve never really introduced myself on this thread. lol
My name is Teri. I’m 37.
Married to Anton who is 31.
We’ve been trying since June 2010 (so just shy of 2.5 years).
We have no living children, but two angel babies.
Our first was due August 12, 2012. I miscarried at 4w3d. Dh and I decided she was a girl and named her Angie Joy.
Our 2nd was to be due Feb 3, 2013. I miscarried at 4w5d. Dh and I decided this one was a boy and named him Dustin Matthew.
PCOS – diagnosed August 2011
Hashimotos – Diagnosed November 2011
MTHFR homozygous c677t – diagnosed June 2012
Septate uterus – diagnosed September 2012
My doctors and I all feel that the septum has been the major player in my miscarriages. Now that the septum is gone, I am feeling pretty confident that I will be able to carry to term. I have my Hashimoto’s managed at the moment. My PCOS is nearly controlled, and I’ve been working very hard to do everything I can to bipass the issues that MTHFR can cause.