About Me: Female, 36, Cambria, NY, member since Jan 2012
Started IVF Jan 2010
dye test gone wrong
loss of both tubes
[More] no pregnancies to date
33 bmi gr8
Husand 30 bmi gr8 s/a perfect
waiting on husbands results any day.
We have just started our first cyle I didnt know there were going to be so many shots and blood works. Very overwelming considering I hate needles.
Had a horrible experience to start with dye test landing my in the hospital for 7 days and INS declining coverage claiming infert not covered although no infert prob till then. 20k bill.
Switched 10/11 to my INS from husbands lucky to find 1 IVF covered 80%.
Stressed out but hopeful and looking for common ground with other woman. considering both I and my husband are from fertile mertile families with babies everywhere.
Just a quick note to say hi! I decided to check in and see how you were. I read your last post and want to extend a congrats to you and your tough little fighter. Amazing! You must be such a proud mama. Congrats again and best of luck to you all:)
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