About Me: Female, 36, Bellevue, WA, member since Apr 2011
I am married to the most amazing husband! I feel blessed to have a wonderful person in my life. We have been married for five years and we are hoping to expand our family. We have been ttc for over a year and are hoping for a miracle to come soon! We've been to and RE a
[More]nd we have a plan so hopefully withing a couple of months I can get that BFP!
"Good luck! All your symptoms seem promising but unfortunately our bodies can play tricks on us so there is no way to know until you test. Also, if you are tracking BBT's, 18 high temperatures are usually a sign of pregnancy. Here's to th..."
Today DH and I went to RE and mostly all tests were good, he has good sperm count but his sperm motility is a little low. Does anyone know what we can do improve it? Any ideas and suggestions are greatly appreciated! Thanks!
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