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TTC / Re: TTC buddy
« on: Today at 01:11:43 AM »
Yeah i will be testing before christmas. Temp has gone up more so i have ovulated! Do you feel any different?

TTC / Re: TTC buddy
« on: December 13, 2018, 11:30:23 AM »
Does your graph look different then to other months? You could post you current months graph here for us to have a look of you want? What cd are you? What wxactly worries you about your cycles?

Pregnancy / Re: What are the chances im pregnant?
« on: December 13, 2018, 07:12:34 AM »
I wouldn’t bother. You will be fine. I hade had it myself that my mucus is sticking at the top!

TTC / Re: TTC buddy
« on: December 13, 2018, 07:11:34 AM »
I really think it’s the quality and not quantity that matters! Most women will have 1mc in their life and many won’t even know about it because it would be chemical. For those who know and have just 1 most likely it was just a bad luck. Everyone will have a mixture of good/bad eggs and same goes to sperm, it just sometimes the bad ones get fertilised and that itself does not indicate a problem. Having 2 miscarriages in a row is less common but still can be quite fairly common and mostly will be due again bad luck that’s why most doctors still won’t look into problems. As majority of women who had 2 will have healthy pregnancy next time. Sometimes you could easily have 7 losses without any known reason found and the 8 one will be successful one! Don’t get me wrong, I wish I was properly tested even before the first loss but ufortunately that is not the practise. Even if I was referred for ivf, the actual genetic testing would not be included and would have to pay for that out of pocket and even then if all is great you could still miscarry! Ivf success rates are not that high the first time round so it’s not exactly the answer/solution if you just want to avoid miscarriage. So in terms of odds which is not exactly accurate if you base it on one person are that at least 1in4 will mc first pregnancy, at least 1in4 will miscarry 2nd pregnancy, at least 1in3 will mc third and then it is 50:50.
Counselling is good so far, tonight we have got our second proper session!
Is Berk started to sit up yet? I know you were worried a bit about that before.

TTC / Re: TTC buddy
« on: December 13, 2018, 02:56:39 AM »
Missdyan, you are very lucky to get pregnant with ao little follicles, that is really good!

There is no condition and most likely just bad luck. Technically I haven’t been trying that much either, I just had to have a big gap between both pregnancies. Both times i fell pregnant straight away. First time i fell pregnant cycle 3 and only because first 2 i missed ovulation. Second time i fell pregnant cycle 2 again because in cycle 1 i missed ovulation (had infection so it was off). This time when i ovulated before my period came back me and my husband had that argument so he wasn’t home so if base on last 2 attempts it would be likely that I conceive straight away. If I miscarry again then doctors will start to investigate and will come with the best option to have a child and all of that will be for free. We did think of doing some testing private now but the thing is there is so much to test! And it costs a lot. It is easy to test my husband. But the only way how to test eggs is if to have ivf. But that won’t be covered by government. If we do all this testing by ourselves it could easily cost £10,000 which is roughly 11,000 euros and that is a lot of money for us. Chances are higher that third time will be fine and if it is not at least we won’t need to pay all that cash ourselves. I am 28 and age wise still have plenty of time. I had scan once to have a look at follicles and think i had about 12 between both so that’s positive too. So based on all information available our best option is to try one more time by ourselves without medical intervention. And you will find that all countries have the same procedure (trying 3 times before intervention), so it’s the norm for everyone unless you are super rich and can go private to top specialist or you have a friend that is fertility specialist and can help.

TTC / Re: TTC buddy
« on: December 13, 2018, 01:12:53 AM »
Thank you. My temp has gone up more so looks like i did ovulate. Both times i got pregnant straight away when used opks. I just hope this will be the case this time too! Think I would deal better with christmas if i did get bfp

TTC / Re: TTC buddy
« on: December 12, 2018, 04:06:02 PM »
I don’t feel like christmas at all either Settledgirl. We are not putting our tree up this year and we didn’t last year. I agreed to go to my inlaws but agreed we won’t stay over so will go on 24 and 25 for 7hrs just to keep it at peace. My husband wants to do christmas cards and I would rather just donate to charity instead and we did that last year. So he will be signing all the cards.

TTC / Re: TTC buddy
« on: December 12, 2018, 02:20:19 PM »
Thanks JustPeachy! This is my first cycle after last miscarriage so I am not sure exactly what to expect. I know that before i got my period my ovulation failed once if not twice. Currently I am not convinced yet about the ovulation now. I am just putting too much pressure on myself this cycle and i hate it and i can’t help it.
Of course it is your choice, but after being on a pill for so many years before hand I will never ever go back on it again. I really don’t think it does any good to you. Just messes with your body, your cycles and it affects mental health. Mood swings and depression is quite common side effect. That’s just name a few things. But then again you are allowed to have whichever birthcontrol you want!

TTC / Re: TTC buddy
« on: December 12, 2018, 07:05:48 AM »
I know Ria, my ovaries are clearly up to something!

Missdyan, adequate number is considered to be 6-10 follicles combined from both ovaries. If it’s lower then the reserve is low and if above then reserve is high. Depending on article Of course but 6-8 i think is minimum to be classed as good.

Pregnancy / Re: How to deal
« on: December 12, 2018, 02:45:27 AM »
I am sorry to hear that. It sounds like it was a chemical pregnancy but then so soon after i would expect hcg slightly higher. Are you sure it was not evap line?
Anyway, you are not broken and unfortunately miscarriages are very very common. Most of them happen because there was a fluke at conception and there is nothing you could of done to prevent that. It is tough but i promise that the time heals... as stupid as it sounds. I myself had a missed miscarriage due to molar pregnancy a year ago and another one 7-8weeks ago, still no living children but I am hoping we will have our rainbow soon.

TTC / Re: TTC buddy
« on: December 12, 2018, 01:14:23 AM »
Yeah i conceived both times quickly. If i ovulated yesterday and i conceived then due date based on dates will be mum’s bd. I had raise in temp but not sure yet if i have or not.

TTC / Re: TTC buddy
« on: December 11, 2018, 04:25:49 PM »
Yeah, that’s what we had. The same argument over and over again and it was just getting worse. But then again we were grieving when we had that massive blow up. And that blow up was literally over nothing, at least to start with. It’s okay to bicker but not when it’s getting bad over a small thing.
I can see why you would be worried about the condom break but then again it would be nearly 5days after sex and even though it’s possible chances are not that high at that point. I think i ovulated today too so we are in this tww together! Are you just gonna wait for period or test before that? Did you conceive your first 2 straight away?

TTC / Re: TTC buddy
« on: December 11, 2018, 03:26:02 PM »
Think it really depends on the counsellor. We preferred the one we saw now and will be seeing going forward to the one that did assessment.

TTC / Re: TTC buddy
« on: December 11, 2018, 11:15:08 AM »
Oh no, poor Sadie! Hope she feels better soon.
We are different too and come from different upbringings so communication is not our strenght either. But if we don’t go to counselling we will just end up in divorce. If you really want it try to compromise just to have 1-2 sessions and see what he thinks. I think people have this thought - if we see therapist we are divorcing which is a bit silly. Sometimes it’s just healthy to have!
Do you know when are you ovulating? I remember you said that your husband wanted third baby!

TTC / Re: TTC buddy
« on: December 11, 2018, 06:32:31 AM »
I think each country has got their good and bad specialists. The question just is how do you find the good/right one if you don’t live in that country! Also, yes the actual treatment is maybe cheaper than somewhere else but if you start adding up travel and accommodation it might be the same in the end!

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