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  • by the way, does anybody else actually feel their blood pumping and moving harder than normal. I just feel so heavy. not like fat heavy but blood heavy. omg that's so weird, but that's what it feels like.
  • @Drove2u ; I totally get it, this time of year would definitely be tough! My office also let my husband drop it off for me that Monday, so without that it would have been a lot harder! Thankfully you don't have to do it :)
    *TW* Pregnancy/Loss Mentioned
    Me: 37 /PCOS DH: 37/no issues TTC: 7/13
    Started with RE 12/14; 3 failed rounds of clomid, started letrozole
    IUI #1 & #2- BFN
    IVF #1 - 9/15 Cancelled Day 9
    IVF #2- started stims 10/24  ER- 11/15 6 eggs- 5 fertilized/ 1 frozen
    FET #1 -1 embryo-12/9/15- BFN
    IVF #3- started stims 1/22/16  ER- 2/8 33 eggs(!)- 21 mature, all 21 fertilized - 6 snowflakes!
    FET #2- 2 embryos- April 4th-BFN
    ERA-June 8- results show need 12 addt'l hours of PIO
    FET #3-  2 embryos transferred August 14,2016  BFP! on 8/24! Beta #1-22  Beta #2-83 Beta #3-368 
    Confirmed singleton-Heartbeat on 9/19-160bpm! EDD: May 1, 2017, It's a girl!!
    Pre-term labor/loss-stillborn at 18w. 
    FET #4- 1 embryo-Aug 12th-BFP on 8/23 Beta #1-112 Beta #2-298 Beta #3-1010
    Confirmed Identicals!- Heartbeats seen on 9/8  Miscarriage on 9/18
    FET #5- 1 embryo- 1/12/18-BFN
    Lots of testing and finally determined I have elevated natural killer cells. Will begin prednisone and IVL treatment before next round.
    IVF#4- April 2018 8 eggs, 7 fertilized/3 frozen
    FET #6- 1 embryo- 6/11/18- BFP on 6/21 Beta #1-446, Beta #2-1841 
    Confirmed singleton- 6/29/18 HB-157 EDD: February 22, 2019. It's a Boy!



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  • @drove2u At times that's kind of the feeling I get. I know I get out of breath a lot easier and my iWatch will tell me to breathe lol That and I noticed that my daily calorie goals are made so much easier. I'm assuming due to extra heart rate going ion in there.
    TTC #1 since April 2015
    June 2016 - CP
    2017 - Medicated Cycles & IUI's
    IVF w/ PGS  - January 2018
    FET #1 - April 2018 - BFN
    ERA Cycle May / June 2018
    ERA Biopsy June 2018 ~ Results: receptive (no change)
    FET #2 - July 2018 - BFP <3 Beta #1 - 137 Beta #2 - 410
    U/S #1 7wk1d - HB 144 U/S #2 9w1d HB 166
    Anatomy Scan 1st 11/2/18 2nd AS 11/19
    EDD March 28, 2019
    Baby Girl born 3/26/19  <3



  • @drove2u that's really great about your daughter! I know in a lot of cases, ASDs and VSDs resolve themselves even if at the beginning it's hard to tell if it will/might. So hopefully your daughter won't need any intervention, but if she does, the catheter is so much better than full on surgery (still rough to see your little one in that situation, but you know what I mean). 

    @mrsyng welcome!! This is a great group. :)



       
  • bkatpbkatp
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    Welcome @mrsyng ; and @northbeach3 and congratulations on your graduation to 2nd trimester.

    northbeach3mrsyng
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