i'm happily married with two sweet baby girls. i wish i was independently wealthy, but i'm not. i work full time as a web developer/software developer.
i was diagnosed with thyroid issues in april of 2008 at age 29, but i really feel that i've had bouts of thyroiditis since i was a teenager. i've been on 112 or 88 synthroid since august of 2008. i'm doing a lot better, but i'm not the same i used to be. i'm sure most has to do with getting older, having 2 kids, eating too much, and sitting at a desk all day, but it's so much harder to lose weight. back in the day, i used to be able to eat whatever i wanted....in this day, not so much.... oh well. there are worst things.
Just a quick note to say hi! Thank u so much for the very helpful info about my ovulation day. I actually just read alot recently saying that ur luteal phase is always 14 days, so what ur saying makes perfect sense. Also, I back when I O'd, I had CD 15 marked as my O day originally because thats when I was feeling my O pain, and for some reason I changed it. If thats the case, then I should O today! I'm going to bd soon so wish me luck! I have 1 boy and 1 girl, so I don't care what I have really, but would LOVE to have another boy for some reason. I want my girl to have more brothers to look after her I guess. lol. Good luck and LOTS and LOTS of baby dust ur way!!!
Oops,sorry I misunderstood. I'm retired, after many years in the auto industry. I have been hypo for over 35 years, and had many unsatisfactory experiences with doctors along the way. That's why I spend time on the Forum, to try and help people avoid the same frustrations. Speaking of that, you didn't mention anything about your recent doctor visit. How did it go?
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