"My cycles are very varied - usually between 34-38 days...and ovulate between CD21-25i have never had a luteal phase issue - almost always 13 days. Thanks for the info. I think i am just begin paranoid b/c I have had a miscarriage in the..."
Your levels sound great. I think thats really promising. The progesterone they give you should definitely help too. I know what you mean about not wanting to go through another loss. When I had 2 in a row I thought when I got pregnant with Lyla that it would happen again. Then I thought for sure she would be my last baby but I just love having babies and can't not have more lol. Keep me posted on how things go. I will be praying for that little bean to stick
Well that is super exciting!! My first 2 children are only 12 months apart and I love it!! It sort of makes me want to have another one right now too so Lyla will have someone around to play with. Congrats!!! I am so happy for you =)
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