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Frustrated Newbie TTC

Frustrated . . . I'm a newbie here that has been TTC for awhile now( over a year).  I got AF today and had a meltdown in the car while thinking about it.  I think it is time to see a specialist.  I live in the Longmont area, any suggestions for a doctor in the area?

 TIA!

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Re: Frustrated Newbie TTC

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    Frustrated . . . I'm a newbie here that has been TTC for awhile now( over a year).  I got AF today and had a meltdown in the car while thinking about it.  I think it is time to see a specialist.  I live in the Longmont area, any suggestions for a doctor in the area?

     TIA!

    No suggestions, but I just wanted to say I'm sorry for what you're going through Left Hug

  • I got to Heather Keene at Full Circle Health... it's in the building of doctors offices attached to LUH.

     

    -ashley & jake-
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    C/P May 2009 - - M/C @ 6w1d Feb. 2013 - - M/C @ 5w3d Feb. 2014
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  • If you're ready to move on to an RE, Conceptions has a location in Lafayette. I would definitely recommend going with a specialist over an OB if you're really serious about figuring about what's going on.

    http://www.conceptionsrepro.com/default.aspx

    Good luck!

  • I am newly preggo, and it took us over a year to conceive as well so I know exactly what you are going through. I would recommend getting all your hormones tested and have your other half also get tested. These are super easy tests, and it took no time at all for us to get our results. (I hear Conceptions is great) Then you will have a couple more things crossed off your list as well..if all of that looks fine, then you can talk to your doctor about what the next steps might be.

    I wish I could say what worked for us specifically, but if I were to guess, I would say it was plain and simply...having more sex. For a year we were basically having more sex only the couple days around ovulation. If that's the case for you guys, bump it up a few notches. This time around, when I conceived, we had sex ten times in the week of my ovulation. Also, be sure you are eating well, exercising, and taking a high quality supplement or prenatal. What also may have helped was after my husband was tested, his confidence increased tremendously (he was worried it was him). I think that helped a lot too...we tend to "block" things with our mind if we worry too much. So try not to worry or feel like there is no hope. I have friends who it took them 3-5 years to conceive. And sometimes all it takes is not thinking about it. When the timing is right, it will happen. :)

  • Hang it there! I feel for you

     

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