(Closed) Infertility Thread, Part III

posted 9 years ago in Babies
Post # 497
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2010

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@heathaah: You’ve never had that sensation before? Could it be a sign of implantation? That soon? I don’t know, but I hope it is a good sign!!

 

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@sweetkate: Thanks! I hope I have good sized follies and lots of them, too! Hope your friend’s delivery goes well!! πŸ™‚

By the way, I just read on ABC News an article about a woman who just gave birth to two sets of identical twins (at once). She had two embryos implanted thru IVF and both split, so four babies. Two sets of twins. Wow!! Can you imagine??

Post # 498
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

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@Jenn23: holy moly! That is so crazy!

Post # 499
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

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@Jenn23:  That’s what I was thinking…far too early for implantation I would guess.  I just called the doctor to see if it was anything to worry about.  I am waiting for a call back.

Post # 500
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

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@Rosie Girl:  You better get your little behind on here and tell us how the shot went!  We are all wondering!  I am personally wondering if you were brave enough to do it yourself???

Post # 501
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

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@Jenn23: TWO SETS of TWINS?!?!?!  eeesh…. I can handle two infants at once, but FOUR?!?!?  I wonder if that comes with a prescription for a sedative? πŸ˜‰

hehehehe, love the instructions for Day 13!  It’s always fun to have a doctor with a sense of humor!!!!  

good luck!!!!!!!

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@sweetkate: I’ve heard that sometimes a quick labor can be more painful… hopefully it’ll be a quick and easy one.  πŸ™‚  

 

 

Post # 502
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

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@meganmp1: I’m sorry! It really sucks when you want your period and then it doesn’t come! Hope it comes real soon though

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@Jenn23: Day 13 cracks me up! My dr always says to “do the deed” πŸ˜‰ She always tries to code it so no one knows what we are talking about, but everyone knows! Have fun dancing πŸ˜‰

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@sweetkate: Wow! That is going fast! Hope it all goes well for her. I am wondering how I will react when my friend goes into labor, she is due on the 20th. I’m still a little pissy about it, even after 9 months!

The shot went good, left butt cheek this time πŸ™‚ But, when I got there, the nurse that took me back is a lady that is friends with my parents and goes to their church! Gotta love small towns πŸ™‚ So it will be 38 1/2 hrs until IUI, which i hope is ok time wise. I have to meet my hubby somewhere in town tomorrow and get his men, makes me feel like we are in high school again!

Post # 503
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

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@Rosie Girl:  That should be a fine time.  My nurse was saying that ovulation usually begins at 36 hours, but takes a while.  So a few hours after is perfectly fine!!

Post # 504
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

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@heathaah: Good! I was worried that it would be too late! Have you heard from your dr about the feeling in your uterus?

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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

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@Rosie Girl: Not yet.  My main worry is that I am ovulating far later than expected.  God, I hope not!!  But it doesn’t really feel like that.  It almost feels like the pinching involved in an HSG.  Weird, huh?

Post # 506
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

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@heathaah: That is really weird, but hopefully its a good thing! Maybe you guys should “do the deed” as my dr says again right now, just to be safe!

Post # 507
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

Well, it’s official, DH’s insurance does NOT cover his surgery.  Nor does it cover the harvesting.  I”m going to call his insurance company myself just to be sure. 

I’m honestly not really sure where we are going to go from here.  The way we look at it, we basically have 3 options:
1. Pay out of pocket for the surgery and hope it works
2. Go straight to IVF
3. Adoption

I just don’t know and I’m realy frustrated and confused.

Post # 508
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

Well, it’s official, DH’s insurance does NOT cover his surgery.  Nor does it cover the harvesting.  I”m going to call his insurance company myself just to be sure. 

I’m honestly not really sure where we are going to go from here.  The way we look at it, we basically have 3 options:1. Pay out of pocket for the surgery and hope it works2. Go straight to IVF3. Adoption

I just don’t know and I’m realy frustrated and confused.

 

ETA: sorry for the double post.

Post # 509
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

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@Candy_Nee:  Wow.  What was their explanation for the fact that this is the “underlying cause”???  Any estimate on how much the surgery would be? 

Turns out my pain is normal, and likely due to having ovulated the other day.  Could be muscle, or could be some fluid, all of which are normal.

Post # 510
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

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@Candy_Nee: I can’t believe they won’t cover! Its the CAUSE!!!!!! I am so sorry. This is a really tough decision for you guys to make now. Hopefully when you call and talk to them, they can figure something out!

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@heathaah: Good that your pain is normal and nothing is wrong with you! And its nice to have a little more reminder that you did ovulate! Hopefully it took this time!!!!

Post # 511
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

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@heathaah: They just said it wasn’t covered.  I haven’t called the insurance company directly yet to hear them out.  I’m going on the last surgery and the hospital alone was $10,000 – so I’m imagining it’d be around the same.  I already emailed my RE and he already responded (he’s amazing with his email responses!) and he said candidly speaking our best options right now are harvesing for DH and then IVF or donor insemination.  Which, is not an option for us.  We know DH produces his boys so we’d rather pay extra for a baby that’s part him/part me than part me and part some random dude.  That’s just our personal stance on it.

But, glad to hear your pain is totally normal!! πŸ™‚

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