(Closed) Hi! I am MissRcCar and I have a problem

posted 7 years ago in TTC
Post # 3
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753 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

Do you guys feel ready to have a baby right now? You never know whats going to happen so you should be prepared for anything. It could take a while, but it could also happen right away. My advice is, don’t try until you’re ready for it to happen at anytime. If you need a distraction, focus on enjoying life without a baby. Plan dinner parties, go out with your friends, plan a spontaneous overnight trip, enjoy the alone time with your husband, and once you’re both ready; try for a baby! 🙂

Post # 4
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

@MissRCcar:  Take a deep breathe and enjoy married life.  Darling Husband and I are trying immediately because we are in our 40s and my clock has tocked.  You on the other hand sounds like you have time on your side and can discuss w/ your OB your issues and concerns knowing your mother’s history.  Medicine has vastly improved since our parents time.  Hell in the last decade. 

I had my first myomectomy a decade ago and only was able to take out one grapefruit sized fibroid and the recovery was 6 months.  My uterus was still filled w/ fibroids.  This past Sept my RE took out 11 fibroids via robotic myo and my recovery time was 6wks.   I’m now technically fibroid free.  My Bestie had a MC @ 5 months and discovered all the women in her family had a history of MC.   She was on bedrest for 7months and delivered a healthy baby boy w/out any issues.

Enjoy being w/ your husband and plan for children when your both ready.  W/ today’s medical advancements, the impossible is often possible.

Post # 5
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

@MissRCcar: I would get as much information on your mom’s miscarriage problem as you can.  If they figured it out for her, they should be able to test you and see if you have the same issue.  Recurrent miscarriages can be caused by physical or endocrine or immunological problems – all of which can be treated before or while you ttc in order to prevent the same problems she had.  Bottom line: I don’t think you need to speed up your baby timeline because of potential issues, but I would use your pre-ttc time to do a little research and talking with your doctor about your reproductive health.  I wish you the best of luck!

Post # 6
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

I definitely don’t think you should try for a baby until you are to the point that you can see yoursellf with one 9 months from now. If you are ready I say go for it! As long as the two of you are prepared and ready that’s all that matters. Just remember that just because your mother had problems doesn’t necessarily mean that you will.

I had a problem with being patient while I was TTC and we didn’t even try that long, but I bought a clearblue easy fertility monitor and our 2nd month using it I got pregnant. So if you are impatient like me… that may be an option for you.

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