April 23rd, 2008 got a BFP. Shock of my life.
[More] But happy.HCGs--1st--40, 2nd--121, 3rd--776., 4th--1940. Wonderful/amazing son born Dec. 26, 2008.
Sept 1, 2011---here we go again. More nervous than the last time.
October, 2011. High FSH (20) low AMH 0.19. RE told us she won't do IVF that we should look into donor eggs/adoption. She said, however, we can try Clomid/IUI/Trigger like we did for our son but not to get hopes up.
Nov, 2011. Put all baby plans on hold. Too tired. Not sure if trying is the right thing to do.
Dec, 2011. Last resort in figuring things out. Getting thyroid checked. Never felt the same after having our son in 2008. While all tests say all is fine, I am tired all of the time and have a lot of Hashimoto symptoms. Wonder if that too is the cause of the FSH/AMH issue. Going Dec 27 to get some answers.
You're in my thoughts all the time, but especially today.
Sending you the best eggs and love this Easter the real holiday of love " The Love is when you are ready to give and sacrifice without expecting anything in return."
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