I am pregnant! Saw a heartbeat at 6w6d, and RE released me to regular OB. Next appt is 12 wk appt w/OB. I don't have very many pregnancy symptoms, so still do not really feel pregnant... but trying not to stress about it.
I am in year 4 of my ttc journey. I had no idea that it would be such a long, hard road when I started. Neither my DH nor I have any diagnosed fertility issues. I have had 3 unexplained losses in the past few years. I am doing everything possible, meds, acupuncture, etc., to try to make the next one successful. I hope 2010 will be my year!
"Several moms have highly recommended to me to contact the La Leche league.You can google them - they have chapters everywhere and will often send a bf consultant out to help for free. Two of my friends had a lot of pain and the consultan..."
"I had 4 folls and did not get pregnant, but my lining was thin and the doctor thought that might be why. A few months later I had 1 foll and a good lining and did get pregnant! It only takes 1, with 4 you should have a great chance! Best..."
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