(Closed) Journey of TTC After Miscarriage Part 7

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Post # 136
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

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auggiefrog:  I know everyone deals with this kind of stuff in their own way, but personally, I like the idea of getting away and not thinking about it. But it’s pretty much all I’ve been thinking about for so long. Especially with all my complications. So the idea of getting away sounds pretty nice at this point.

Post # 137
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

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MechEBee:  Thanks, that’s what I’m thinking too.  It’s going to be a busy travel month for us, but I think my husband will understand if I need a distraction.  It sucks that we are at the point were we have to think about this.  I really thought that I got pregnant once, I can get pregnant again, before August.  But with two cycles left, I’m feeling less optimistic.  

Post # 138
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  • Wedding: September 2014

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auggiefrog:  When is your POAS date? I’ll be rooting for you 🙂 We got this.

Post # 139
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  • Wedding: August 2012

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MechEBee:  My next one is end of June, probably about the 28th.  I already know that this cycle is a dud, I’m just waiting for AF.  When is yours? 

Post # 140
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  • Wedding: September 2014

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auggiefrog:  We may be POAS buddies! My O date is normally a little sporadic and may be even more so with not having a normal cycle since last September… But I’m guessing it’ll be around CD19. So 10 DPO should be right around the 28th too. I was going to try and wait for the 30th just so I don’t jump the gun.

Post # 141
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

So I’ve had this weird thing on my cervix since my D&C in April. I didn’t know if it was a piece of tissue or something. I thought it might have been a stitch, but I thought my doctor would have mentioned if he put in a stitch.

DH and I BD’d last night and when I went to the restroom and wiped, there was a stitch on the tissue! Sorry if this is Too Much Information. But I’m relieved that is what it was and not some weird growth on my cervix. And I’m glad it’s gone. I now have a dent, possibly a scar where the stitch was. Hopefully it doesn’t cause any issues.

Post # 142
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: January 2014

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MechEBee:  My POAS date should be right around then too. FX for all three of us!

Oh my God, that’s a little gross but totally awesome, hahaha. It was probably a dissolvable stitch that just didn’t dissolve–that’s really common. (Sort of weird, but our cat had to have his eyes removed due to glaucoma, and I ended up having to pull two stitches out of his eye sockets that failed to dissolve! It was so freaky and weirdly satisfying.)

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auggiefrog:  Why is this cycle a dud, lady? Travel?

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  • Wedding: September 2014

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howsweetitis:  Yea, I thought it was a stitch, but I couldn’t see it. So I had no way of knowing. I was super relieved when I confirmed it though. I had all kinds of crazy irrational thoughts. Like at one point I was wondering if my uterus was falling out my cervix. I know. I’m crazy. haha. I’m glad I’ve got some POAS buddies that are in this group. I don’t think the regular June thread people really understand what we are going through.

I’m thinking about taking an OPK tonight since I’ve had what seems like EWCM yesterday and today. But I’m only CD7. Which is WAY too early for me. I wonder if the D&C and MC could have thown my ovulation off by that much?

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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: January 2014

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MechEBee:  OMG uterine prolapse… VERY glad that’s not it, lol.

I would def start using OPKs just in case, but I almost always get what looks like EWCM for 1-2 days after my period ends. So maybe could be that?

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howsweetitis:  That is probably what it is. I never really paid all that much attention before TTC. I’ll take one just in case tonight. But it’s probably not from O. I wonder if it’s not good to O so soon after AF? I’d think the lining wouldn’t have time to rebuild. But I have no idea.

Post # 146
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  • Wedding: January 2014

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MechEBee:  Yeah, I think that you want it to be at least like CD11 or so–I think the issue is more that you want to make sure that your eggs are mature by the time they’re possibly being fertilized. The lining isn’t so much of an issue, because the fertilized egg will still take 6-10 days to travel down to the uterus. I’m not positive about all that, but that’s what I’ve gleaned from being obsessed with TTC, lol.

Post # 147
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howsweetitis:  That makes sense. I’ve always had a longer cycle. 32-35 days is average for me, but it’s not uncommon for me to get up to 40 days. I’ve only been tracking CM the past few months and started OPKs last month. Luckily the OPK seems to line up with CM and I O right around CD19. So that is what I’m banking on this month.

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MechEBee:  GL this cycle!  It’s hard to say when I will end up testing. I’ve found that the months I’ve been pregnant, I’ve pretty much known it very early on.  So the only thing testing did was confirm my suspicions.  If I have another CP is it better to wonder or to at least know that it was a CP.  At least if I know that it was a CP, I have that when I see a doctor.  

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MechEBee:  Horray for cycle buddies.  I really hope we can make some early March babies.  It would be an awesome monthly board!  

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howsweetitis:  I just felt it.  I have noticed I get very early pregnancy symptoms.  I got them for a few days very early on, but they diminished very quickly.  Then with the BFN’s and a very low BBT I knew it was over.  

I’m on CD6 here.  My AF was longer this cycle, and I really hope it continues to stay that long. I’m getting a little worried about what a short AF means as far as my linning goes.  I scheduled an appointment with an OBGYN to discuss getting some help in early July, so if this next cycle is a no-go at least I have that to look forward to.  

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Worker bee

I hate to be posting here 🙁 I had a m/c last night at 5 or 6 weeks. I feel like I am traumatized. since I got my bfp I have been terrified of m/c, but at the same time I wasn’t expecting this to happen. I was feeling fine, having pregnancy symptoms. I have been having mild cramping on and off since my bfp. We went out to dinner last night and when I got home I went to pee and blood just started coming out. I immediately began crying and called DH.

i went to emergency room- i was scared And figured they would give me peace of mind as to what was happening. It was a horrible experience. the nurse that checked us in was so rude and cold and I was obviously upset and then it took forever for me to get ultrasound and no one even came to check on Me. We were there 6 hours throughout the night. I slept for like 2 hours last night. I fell asleep crying. 

I have hashimotos and my endo called me Thursday to say my tsh was  a 4 and I had to increase my synthyroid. I am not sure if that is was caused it. 

I don’t know how I feel right now. I feel so sad and keeping thinking I wanted this baby and it is hard to let that feeling go. At the same time I have been worried my bfp was too good to be true and just felt like something bad would happen- I almost feel relieved. Like my biggest fear came true but I am still “ok” 

i figured this was a good place to come to for support.

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Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

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MrsCbee:  I am so sorry you had to go through this.  I had a miscarriage back in march and I had recently begun treatment for Hashi’s at that time so I can understand the uncertainty you feel as to whether it had anything to do with the miscarriage.  Take the time you need to heal.  I spent days crying after mine.  I still cry sometimes when I am reminded of it.  If you need someone to talk to, you can PM me.  All the ladies on this board are wonderful and supportive of each other. 

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