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No Cervix? No problem

Hi everyone,
This is my first post, am excited to be here :)
My TTC journey is starting off a little differently from most of you. Last year, I had my entire cervix removed to treat early stage cervical cancer. So basically I am working with my vajajay, a small opening and my womb and ovaries. Basically, the front porch to the house is gone! There is a possibility that TTC may be more of a challenge for me. There are lots of women who have successfully conceived naturally after my surgery (the technical name for it is a Trachelectomy) and some women have had to go down to IUI or IVF route. 
This is my first month ever TTC. We have been advised to try for 3 months, then get his swimmers checked, then try for 6-12 months. I'm 33 and my periods have changed a little but are quite regular. I am hoping that whoever is up there who controls this stuff is good to us! I hope to share my journey and hopefully get some support from you lovely ladies as well as read your great success stories and hopefully be able to help some people too!
 Very best wishes xx
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Re: No Cervix? No problem

  • pebbledampebbledam
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    edited June 2017
    Hi everyone,
    This is my first post, am excited to be here :)
    My TTC journey is starting off a little differently from most of you. Last year, I had my entire cervix removed to treat early stage cervical cancer. So basically I am working with my vajajay, a small opening and my womb and ovaries. Basically, the front porch to the house is gone! There is a possibility that TTC may be more of a challenge for me. There are lots of women who have successfully conceived naturally after my surgery (the technical name for it is a Trachelectomy) and some women have had to go down to IUI or IVF route. 
    This is my first month ever TTC. We have been advised to try for 3 months, then get his swimmers checked, then try for 6-12 months. I'm 33 and my periods have changed a little but are quite regular. I am hoping that whoever is up there who controls this stuff is good to us! I hope to share my journey and hopefully get some support from you lovely ladies as well as read your great success stories and hopefully be able to help some people too!
     Very best wishes xx
    QFP

    Welcome. We try to keep things organized on this board since there are so many active members. Could you intro on the weekly intro thread? And then lurk and jump into the other threads when you are ready? 

    ETA Reading the pinned TTGP Guide is a good place to start, too. Good luck!
    Me: 29 | DH: 29
    Married 12/2016
    DSS born 01/2016
    TTC since 01/2017
    Letrozole + TI = BFP 01/30/2018 | EDD 10/11/2018
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  • Wow seems a bit regimented. Was hoping for something different. Will delete thread
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