Hey....what is going on over in your world? Me....hubby and I are working on making the decision as to whether or not we are going to try one IVF round....before moving on from our TCC hopes. After 3 miscarriages, and at 43....I think we are realizing that maybe it is just not meant to be. Either way, we both feel we are going to be blessed to have a life together....so just a matter of how far we want to take it. One IVF would be it.....but need to weigh the risks of multiples and another miscarriage...or any other possible risks. Ugh....so difficult! What are you up to in your journey???
ye i went to the the doctor today and once i was there they had to reschedule because my doctor also deliver babies......so yeah, but i got a positve opk this morning and his nurse said it i common, but i am hoping it goe away, if not next weekend i will go back to the doctors, i hope that is not your problem!! :(
good luck!!! :)
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