About Me: Female, 34, Akron, OH, member since Apr 2008
My name is Briana. I married the love of my life in June of 2007. We have 1 cat named Baylee and 2 dogs Kenya and Roxy. DH and I have been TTC before we probably should of been (for about 7 years). We have done 3 IUIs, two with Clomid and one with Follistim all were BFN
[More]. We are moving onto IVF/ICSI in Oct/Nov and are praying for a miracle! I am on here to get support and hopefully give support to others. ***BABY DUST***
"Hi everyone- I use to post on the infertility forums for a years and 10 months ago we adopted our beautiful daughter. I am interested in getting to know and understand all aspects of adoption so when the time comes I can be more prepared..."
Not sure you even get on here anymore girlie, but wanted to check in and see how you are. We moved in September to Wisconsin. We had moved to Ohio from there 14 years ago so it's nice to be going home again. Although the weather is crazy cold right now. How is everything going for you?
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