TTGP March Siggy - Things That Shouldn't Be Green
Me: 33 DH: 37MC #1: D&C Oct 23, 2015 (7.5 weeks)Married: Nov. 7, 2015MC #2: July 1, 2016 (5.5 weeks) MC #3: October 17, 2016 (CP)RPL testing November 2016-January 2017MC #4: Feb. 28, 2017 (CP)Additional RPL testing March-November 2017
*lurking* @businesswife *hugs* I'm so sorry this cycle wasn't it! You're an amazingly strong woman and I aspire to have the grace that you do if our situations were reversed. All the hugs and love!
@beachbunnyxo123 I'm sorry that your RE office is being so rotten to you. Similar to what others have said, I almost always did my injections outside of work. One in the morning and one at night around 8 am and pm. I think there was only one time I had to do it at work because I needed to go in early and it was no big deal. I had everything ready to go so I just had to stick myself real quick. TBH if you can change your tampon in your work bathroom, you can do an injection in there.
TBH if you can change your tampon in your work bathroom, you can do an injection in there.
@darkstar42 Thanks for your response! As far as the trigger,
is there a specific number they want the follie to be at first?
@shortstack930 Thanks for the insight. I am wondering why I
haven’t been monitored. And as for the
BFN, so sorry girl. Even when we are expecting it, it doesn’t lessen the sting
of it. Thinking of you.
@sailing_mama Yeah, I am taking it starting day 3. I know
that the chances of multiples are less with this drug.. but I would stop if I had
4 for sure! But like you said, almost
non-existent. I feel a bit relieved that
my dr isn’t the only one who doesn’t monitor. But like @tamalahoops mentioned,
what if I have negative effects?
@beachbunnyxo123 you’re right, how will I know if it is working.
@beachbunnyxo123 I want to slap
Thanks for all the help ladies. I think I will ask to be monitored the next
Cycle/CD: 2/2, CD19
Status (WTO/TWW/TTA): Not entirely sure, since I don't know if I O'd.
What are you doing this cycle? (Testing? Treatment?) We literally just got confirmation two days ago that my test results mean I most likely can't get pregnant on my own. So we're having the initial consultation with an RE on Tuesday morning. We don't know what we'll even be able to do. The doctor on Tuesday said that we most likely aren't candidates for IUI or IVF, but we want to talk to the RE anyway.
How are things going? They're... interesting. I don't quite know what all we're going to do yet. My DH is upset, as am I, but I'm slightly more angry than he is about the situation. I had my blood panel done back in July to be re-evaluated for PCOS (which I apparently don't have), and the nurse who called me with the results said that they wanted us to try for six months to a year before referring us to an RE. Then at the appointment this week, the doctor confirmed that we should have been referred back in late July because my number is so low for my age. I also found out that I have a 5cm cyst on my left ovary, which was there on an ultrasound they did for the PCOS evaluation back in August, but they didn't tell me. So when I recently had a CT for unexplained chronic groin pain, the radiologist saw it and wanted me to get checked out, which is why I was there with the OBGYN this week.
Any questions? I don't even know what to ask at the appointment. I found a thread on here from a few months ago titled something like "What to ask at your first RE appointment", but it only had a couple of responses. Does anyone have any suggestions?
GTKY: What's on your Christmas list? I honestly don't know. Maybe a new couch. Ours is starting to die.