TTC after 35

Weekly check in March 17

This check in is for anyone on this board to participate in and will occur every Wednesday. If you are new here and haven't made a separate intro on the main board please do so before checking in so we can "meet" you! It's easy to do just click the new discussion button in the top right and post away. 

1. Your Name or Screen Name (not full names) and State you are from. 

 2. How long have you been TTC? Are you TTC #1,#2,#3, etc.? 

 3. What are you doing this cycle? Are you seeking help with a fertility specialist (RE)? If so, what stage are you in? Charting/temping? Testing? Medicated cycles? IUI? IVF? DE? 

 4. Where are you in your cycle? (Waiting to O, 2WW etc) If in the 2ww when will you test? 

 5. How do you feel about this cycle? (Are you hopeful, anxious... etc) 

 QOTW: Happy St Patrick's Day!! What are you doing to celebrate?
Me (42) w/ partner for 16+ years
TTC #1: 11/2012 - 9/2013; 6/2014 - present
Follistim + TI (3x): All BFNs
Follistim + IUI (1x): BFN 
IVF #1: 17 retrieved,15 fertilized, Day 3: 15, Day 5/6: 3 biopsied
Result; 1 frozen blast (inconclusive PGS results)
IVF #2; ER: 6/22 16 retrieved, 6/25: 5 transferred (CP), 2 frozen
FET 9/17: BFN
Current FET -- Transferred 2 day-3 embryos - BFN

Re: Weekly check in March 17

  • Jen from Oregon

    TTC#1 since Nov 2015

    prenatals, avoiding coffee, too busy to do much else this month! 

    On CD22, somewhere between 7 and 9 DPO. Won't test until CD32 (unless AF shows of course)

    this is cycle was all about buying and selling houses and not really about baby making. We did get some sparce BD in, but I was sick during O week, so I wasn't really up for it much. I thought I would be more upset by a "lost month", but it was kind of nice to have it in the background and not really worry about it. 

    I worked on St Patrick's day. I thought we'd have a lot of drunk people/car accidents once the bars closed, but it was actually really quiet for the first time in weeks! 

    Me: 39 SO: 36

    Dx: low progesterone, possible DOR - officially "unexplained"

    TTC#1 since November 2015
    9/16/2016 IUI#1 - BFN
    10/12/2016 IUI#2 - BFN
    1/21/2017 Clomid/IUI#3 - BFN
    March 2017 IVF: BFP! (beta#1 191, beta#2 378!) - it's a boy! DS born 12/6/2017

    TTC #2 since July 2018
    May 2019 IVF #2: BFP! (beta#1 346, beta#2 646) - vanishing twin at 8 weeks. Baby B still going strong - due 2/8/20!
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  • 1. thistle8677 in Oregon 

    2. TTC #5 (#1 for fiancé) since August 2014 (recurrent loss; unable to conceive in 13mo.)

    3. Prenatals, Vit. d, omega-3, coq10, magnesium/zinc/calcium, opk's, preseed, AIP diet, stretching/yoga.

    4. Cd16, 6dpo (ovulated very early this month)
    I'll probably start testing this weekend because I lack self control ;)

    5. Part of me has some hope that the AIP diet has increased our chances. 

    QOTW: We didn't celebrate this year, my man had a neurology appt and we found out we have another month or two of more appts and labs/procedures before we get a final diagnosis. I'll have to update soon. 

    Best of luck @PoeMasque!
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  • Bayliegirl in California
    TTC #1 since sept 2014, one misscarrage at 11 weeks in December

    diagnosed with prolactinoma and started on bromocriotine last summer. also take prenatals and use OPKs

    Second cycle trying to conceive since loss. Only got to BD once after positive OPK bc husband was traveling. 10DPO and trying to be hopeful. Have been in a terrible mood all day, like worst PMS ever, probably not a good sign.

    We didn't do anything for St Patrick's day, it's all about March Madness here in my house. Go KU!

  • Welcome @BaylieGirl, I'm so very sorry for your loss.
    This is a wonderful and supportive board (just a little quiet as of late.)
    Best of luck to you, and be sure and post a separate introduction so the other ladies can welcome you as well :)
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