(Closed) Infertility thread part IV

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2020

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@sweetkate: Sorry about the BFN I was holding out hope for you.

Post # 627
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2020

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@sweetkate: Sorry about the BFN I was holding out hope for you.

Post # 627
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2020

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@sweetkate: Sorry about the BFN I was holding out hope for you.

Post # 628
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

Thanks ladies! I’m not too bummed about it. I wasn’t expecting it to happen anyway. I’m just happy that after an almost 5 month break (holy cow! where does time go??) we are going to be back in the game.

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Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

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@sweetkate: awwww, I was holding out for you too!!!

 

Ok, so good news is: the doctor doesn’t think it’s broken.

Semi-bad news: I have thin bones.  yeah yeah yeah, I know I need more vitamin d and calcium. ๐Ÿ˜›

More than likely a cyst popped and, since I have really thin skin (nearly translucent), which means there’s no fat to pad anything.  So, bruising under skin=pain.  

A radiologist will go over the x-rays to make sure there’s no break, so we’ll see.  

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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

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@sweetkate:  Glad you are back in the game!!!

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@Zinzerena:  Did they put you on supplements?  The RE made me take vitamin D supplements.

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@Jenn23:  Wow, that was a rough first minute for your team!  I actually felt sad for the goalie!

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Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

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@heathaah: it was suggested.  I’ll get my Fiance to get some from the store tomorrow.  bleh.  I hate taking meds of any sort, lol.  ah well…..

hmmmmmmm…. wonder if that could be part of the problem??? could a vit d deficiency cause problems getting pregnant???

Post # 632
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2009

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@sweetkate: good luck this month!

 

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@JaneyD: Fantastical!  I know the feeling of getting excited over those seemingly little things:)

 

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@MerryC: I’m holding out for mild cramps! 

So, funny thing.  I told my husband that I had had it- I’m sick of being the one that analyzes every twinge, every feeling of nausea, every possibility of sore breasts.  So, I had him do it.  He reported to me all day, and complained that it gets really old thinking about your insides.  He even showed me the “spotting” he had to do (spilled coffee on his pants).  It was hilarious and just the break I needed.  I told him that I’ll take tomorrow, but he’s in charge this weekend when my inlaws are in town…

Post # 633
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

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@meganmp1: that is so funny and cute! I am so tired of analyzing everything going on in my body!

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@Zinzerena: I don’t think so. Vit D helps absorb calcium, so the lack of it could help explain a little why you have thin bones (lack of calcium being absorbed)

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@sweetkate: Yippee for being back in the game!!!! Good luck!!!!!

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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

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@meganmp1: Haha, thanks!  I usually just get cramps right around when AF shows, so it’s atypical.  Who knew sore boobs and bellies could cause such hope! ๐Ÿ™‚  And funny story about your hubby!  My DH offered to take me out shopping tonight to distract me from the wait, but I’m too tired!

 

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@Zinzerena:  I take a supplement that is Calcium Magnesium and Vitamin D.  Started over the winter, after reading Marilyn Shannon’s book.  I think VitD is something they are recommending strong levels of when pregnant now too, from what I’ve read.

 

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@sweetkate: Wow, has it really been 5 months?!  Glad you are getting the ball rolling again!  So exciting! ๐Ÿ™‚

 

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@waitingbee: Glad all went well today, and that the medical team was so awesome.  I ovulate on my own too, but my RE still put me on Femara.  Like you said, I think it was something about balancing hormones and better egg quality.  There’s also the chance of more follicles/eggs, which increases the odds.

 

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@JaneyD: HOORAY for EWCM ๐Ÿ™‚  I used to get so excited when I had good CM, it would totally put me in a good mood for the day.  Now that we’re doing IUI, it’s not so critical, but once you learn to monitor, it’s hard not to notice!

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@Rosie Girl: Oh that is funny how different the process can be!  Are the lab and doctor’s office pretty close?  Our place processes everything in house, but it’s 20-30 min from our house.  So hubby went before work, and I went at lunchtime, otherwise we’d have to wait an hour or two in between. But it’s funny because now whenever I see a dude get an ID bracelet at check-in, I’m like “I know what you’re about to do!” hehe.

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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

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@MerryC: haha! thats funny! I always feel like people know what I am doing cuz I walked through the hospital so fast with my hand in my armpit! Yeah, my dr office is next door to the hospital, where the lab is. So it doesn’t take long to get over there, but it is about 20 minutes or so from our house. You are tired too?! Oh man!!! I’m getting so excited!!!!!

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