About Me: Female, 42, London, United Kingdom, member since Aug 2009
I am 37 years old.I had a pregancy with my DH in August 2009 but had to remove it as it was an ectopic.After three months recovering we were delighted but cautious to be pregnant again in December, but alas, only to have it all taken at 5w+. Again we were cautiously pre
[More]gnant in March 2010 to be told it is a blighted ovum at 7 weeks. We then took a few months off. I took up weekly Acupuncture by a highly recommended clinic in London. I wasnt sure if I was ready to ttc again but after the Acupuncture doctor advised we could I thought I better dust off my old monitoring equipment :) I didnt think we had BD around the right time as my CBFM was showing lows but low and behold a BFP!!! I have had regular 3x a week Acupuncture since I found out to help me through. Currently am 22 weeks pregnant and still not believing this is real...
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