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.
Op Hyst ver 3.0 looks good so far, find out if it worked in June.
"Petra, you are an obese 40+ year old. Stop jumping through these hoops. Just adopt already. There is no shame in that." -Deethebee