#2 EDD: 09.2019
ttc #1 since 5.18
bfp 12.22.18 letrozole + progesterone
d&e due to trisomy 13/hydrops at 15wks
bfp 7.21.19 letrozole + IUI
little girl coming 4.1.2020
Me: 33 MH: 36
TTC since Dec 2017
Aug '18: PCOS dx
Nov '18: MH SA - 19mil
Dec '18-Mar '19: Letrozole + TI - all BFN
Apr '19: Letrozole + TI, - BFN. Repeat SA (27mil) & DNA fragmentation test (17%)
Aug '19: Letrozole + HCG trigger + IUI + prog supp - BFN (MH: 16mil)
Sep '19: 2nd IUI, same protocol - BFN (MH: 16mil)
Dec '19: IVF #1 w/ICSI, PGT. 5 retrieved, 4 fertilized, 3 blasts, 3 PGT-A normal.
FET Mar '20
Me: 33 / DH: 33
TTC #1 since 2012, finally successful in 2016
BFP 11/29/2013 - EDD 8/9/2014 - MMC 12/31/2013 8 weeks 2 days - Tried to MC naturally for 4 weeks, D&C 2/2/2014
IUI 01/25/2016 - BFP 2/5/2016 - Natural Home Delivery to our DD 10/8/2016
IUD removed 10/3/2018
Ready to TTC for #2
You’ll get a mini-medical
Donating blood reduces your risk of heart disease and
When donating blood, you are removing 225 to 250mg of iron
from your body, reducing your risk of health complications.
Donating blood burns calories
Feeling the joy of saving a human life
@pugmum mmmm I had a pretty traumatic experience in high school donating blood once (got sick, blood every where, almost passed out) then afterwards I had bruises from my wrist to my armpit and my parents thought the bruises were track marks and I was doing drugs.
The dad shoe trend is dumb. I don't care if the Kardashians are doing it!
marebear15 said:Blood:I probably should donate, but I'm AB+ and I almost wonder what's the point. The only other person I can donate too is another AB+ who has a choice of absolutely all the blood types.