Not how I thought I'd be introing over here, but I could really use some extra strong juju. Pebbles had a rough start to life and we are still struggling with weight loss, over 2 weeks after her barely term birth. We've been working hard all week to feed from both breasts every 2 hours and keep her sleeping in between. We go in for a recheck today and I am truly hoping some PAL love will bump that scale over a few notches.
ETA: This is a post and run, I'll be back after the pedi appointment.
Update: Pebbles is 6 lbs 7 oz, including the urine she let loose in the weighing chair, but we'll take it!!! This means she is officially back to birth weight for the first time in 2.5 weeks. ::sigh of relief:: Thanks for the love ladies. It worked!
AMA over 40
Massive uterine fibroids removed 3/06
BFP 1/11; MM/C discovered @ 10w, loss at 6w; Cytotec
B/W 7/11 = normal CD3, FSH 8.9; 7DPO progesterone 1.7
Three Clomid cycles, all BFN, Off to an RE for me...
FSH=8.7 E2=30 AMH=1.8 HSG clear, SA=great
Inj. IUI #1 12/9/11 BFN, Inj. IUI #2 1/6/12 BFN
Inj. IUI #3 1/30/12 BFP!, HCG doubled through 6w, 7w u/s mm/c twins
Factor V Leiden, Hetero, symptomatic
Op Hysteroscopy 5/12, removed scar tissue and uterine septum
Doing Cryo-DE IVF
Beautiful hatching 5-blast transfered 8/30
BFP 9/7/12 EDD May 19, 2013
A/S on 12/21/12, Petra's having a baby, it's the end of the world!
Pebbles arrived safe and sound 4/13. Placenta accreta found.
Op hysteroscopy 2/7, reopen ute/remove adhesions from accreta
Found severe Ashermans. Fuuuuuuu... Repeat Op Hyst in March.
"Petra, you are an obese 40+ year old. Stop jumping through these hoops. Just adopt already. There is no shame in that." -Deethebee