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Me: 31 DH:32 | Together since 2007 | Married 7/2/16

TTC #1 since 7/2017
Dx: unexplained, low morph
IUI #1-3 | all BFN
IVF #1 | 6/11/19 | 24R, 17M, 15F, 6B, PGT-A tested - 5 normal, 3 girls & 2 boys
FET #1 | 9/10/19 | BFN
"I know you, but we've never met. I'm with you, but I don't know your name"
Loss, Receptiva, & ERA testing | all normal/negative, recommended going on gluten and dairy free diet
FET #2 | Cancelled due to pandemic, trying on our own again for now

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Re: Weekly Randoms w/o 6/29

  • asf0613asf0613 member
    @inthewoods23 GREAT gif selection

    question for those who use conceive plus or preseed (ideally those who have tried both)...do you find one to be better for lubrication vs the other?  last month FW was...rough...and i'm thinking of getting one of these to help out.
    Me: 29 | DH: 40 
    Married: June 2014 
    TW*
    TTC #1 Since: August 2019
    BFP: November 1, 2019 | EDD: July 11, 2020
    MMC: December 26, 2019
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  • asf0613asf0613 member
    @legallykate we are SO overdue!
    Me: 29 | DH: 40 
    Married: June 2014 
    TW*
    TTC #1 Since: August 2019
    BFP: November 1, 2019 | EDD: July 11, 2020
    MMC: December 26, 2019
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  • @asf0613 I didn't care too much for Preseed. I've been liking Conceive+ so far. I think Preseed may provide more slick so you use less in comparison to Conceive+. Preseed was also thicker (I think) and spread further. One thing I do prefer with Conceive+ is that it comes in a lotion type of tube and flip cap vs Preseed that comes in a toothpaste type of tube with a screw cap. Nobody has time to get the Preseed cap on when you gotta DTD!

    We really only need lube for the initial insertion as I'm usually fairly well lubricated once we get going and use maybe a dime sized amount max. When we're both dry it feels like it takes ages to get settled in and then get going. Probably some mismatched angles lol.

    @legallykate not gonna lie, I got super excited for a second seeing that thread thinking somebody was graduating. And then I realized it had just been created so I was feeling hyped up for no reason  :D
    Me: 31 DH:32 | Together since 2007 | Married 7/2/16

    TTC #1 since 7/2017
    Dx: unexplained, low morph
    IUI #1-3 | all BFN
    IVF #1 | 6/11/19 | 24R, 17M, 15F, 6B, PGT-A tested - 5 normal, 3 girls & 2 boys
    FET #1 | 9/10/19 | BFN
    "I know you, but we've never met. I'm with you, but I don't know your name"
    Loss, Receptiva, & ERA testing | all normal/negative, recommended going on gluten and dairy free diet
    FET #2 | Cancelled due to pandemic, trying on our own again for now

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  • krash_krash_ member
    Can we talk TTC pseudo science type stuff? I am ready to try just about anything but it is hard to find info on the internet about what to do. I know about pineapple core after ovulation but tell me about all the other wacky stuff to try. I don't care if it is evidence based or whatever. The stuff that wont hurt to try even if it wont actually help. 
    Me & MH: 31
    DS: 6/1/18 (Pre-E; IUGR; seizures bilateral grade 2 ventricular hemorrhage)
    TTC #2: 12/2019
  • @legallykate I agree that we are long overdue for some grads. Hopefully here in the coming weeks we'll see some <3
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    Me: 24 Dh: 46
    Married: 10.2018
    DS #1: 06.2014
    Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG), Emergency C-Section
    MC: 03.2017- 5 Weeks
    Rainbow DS #2: 07.2018
    HG, 19w Fetal Surgery, 24w PPROM, 33w Placental Abruption, Partial Uterine Rupture, Emergency C-Section
    NICU, Chronic Kidney Disease
    TTC #3: Medically Cleared 12.5.2019, Benched Again 12.17.2019, Medically Cleared 2.7.2020

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  • chindimples04chindimples04 member
    edited June 29
    @krash_ I heard eating pineapple core helps with getting a sticky baby? I also put my legs up and my hips on a pillow after DTD so the sperm don’t fall out. 🤣 ETA: didn’t read your comment well since you already knew about pineapple! Monday for you!
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  • asf0613asf0613 member
    thanks @inthewoods23 i'm just going to try conceive plus because i can get it delivered from amazon tomorrow (just in time)!
    Me: 29 | DH: 40 
    Married: June 2014 
    TW*
    TTC #1 Since: August 2019
    BFP: November 1, 2019 | EDD: July 11, 2020
    MMC: December 26, 2019
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  • @asf0613 also a good reason for choice haha

    @krash_ echoing @chindimples04 with the legs/hips up with a pillow after DTD. Or, if you're interested you can try the menstrual cup. It helps keep it in there. Most don't really believe it has that much benefit since sperm is designed to go straight for the cervix/uterus, but it definitely helps prevent any from going out. I know they're often like "that's just the seminal fluid that comes out and doesn't contain sperm", but you never know!! Maybe also put a fertility idol next to your bed?  :D

    @ashaislurking that better start with you!  ;)
    Me: 31 DH:32 | Together since 2007 | Married 7/2/16

    TTC #1 since 7/2017
    Dx: unexplained, low morph
    IUI #1-3 | all BFN
    IVF #1 | 6/11/19 | 24R, 17M, 15F, 6B, PGT-A tested - 5 normal, 3 girls & 2 boys
    FET #1 | 9/10/19 | BFN
    "I know you, but we've never met. I'm with you, but I don't know your name"
    Loss, Receptiva, & ERA testing | all normal/negative, recommended going on gluten and dairy free diet
    FET #2 | Cancelled due to pandemic, trying on our own again for now

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  • @inthewoods23 I've got another week of waiting to do. No idea what's going on with this cycle but unfortunately at this point being this late with no positive test almost certainly means I'm not pregnant. I know that you're not out until you're out, but I'm feeling pretty fucking out. I'll get labs done in a week if nothing has happened by then. <3
    *TW*
    Me: 24 Dh: 46
    Married: 10.2018
    DS #1: 06.2014
    Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG), Emergency C-Section
    MC: 03.2017- 5 Weeks
    Rainbow DS #2: 07.2018
    HG, 19w Fetal Surgery, 24w PPROM, 33w Placental Abruption, Partial Uterine Rupture, Emergency C-Section
    NICU, Chronic Kidney Disease
    TTC #3: Medically Cleared 12.5.2019, Benched Again 12.17.2019, Medically Cleared 2.7.2020

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  • @ashaislurking it really is so bizarre. I've read of people saying they didn't get a positive until they were a week+ late but I have no idea of those people were tracking in any way. I can't believe they can't get you in sooner. You're a week late ALREADY. Hope you can move on from this soon <3 in whichever direction that may be
    Me: 31 DH:32 | Together since 2007 | Married 7/2/16

    TTC #1 since 7/2017
    Dx: unexplained, low morph
    IUI #1-3 | all BFN
    IVF #1 | 6/11/19 | 24R, 17M, 15F, 6B, PGT-A tested - 5 normal, 3 girls & 2 boys
    FET #1 | 9/10/19 | BFN
    "I know you, but we've never met. I'm with you, but I don't know your name"
    Loss, Receptiva, & ERA testing | all normal/negative, recommended going on gluten and dairy free diet
    FET #2 | Cancelled due to pandemic, trying on our own again for now

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  • @inthewoods23 they were going to make me wait two weeks until she asked me if/how I was tracking my cycles and whether I was reasonably sure I ovulated. When I mentioned mid-cycle spotting on CD15 along with a positive OPK and BBT shift she was like "oh, yeah... give it a week then call us!"
    *TW*
    Me: 24 Dh: 46
    Married: 10.2018
    DS #1: 06.2014
    Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG), Emergency C-Section
    MC: 03.2017- 5 Weeks
    Rainbow DS #2: 07.2018
    HG, 19w Fetal Surgery, 24w PPROM, 33w Placental Abruption, Partial Uterine Rupture, Emergency C-Section
    NICU, Chronic Kidney Disease
    TTC #3: Medically Cleared 12.5.2019, Benched Again 12.17.2019, Medically Cleared 2.7.2020

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  • asf0613asf0613 member
    @ashaislurking this must be so frustrating/emotionally draining/annoying for you. sending you good vibes to get you through the week!
    Me: 29 | DH: 40 
    Married: June 2014 
    TW*
    TTC #1 Since: August 2019
    BFP: November 1, 2019 | EDD: July 11, 2020
    MMC: December 26, 2019
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  • @ashaislurking wait so you still don't actually have an appointment on the books??? Why not just schedule it and then you can cancel it if needed. What if you call in a week and they can't get you in for another 2-3 days?

    Man I get so aggravated just thinking about making appointments. Maybe I should go to the Monday BF thread and bitch about this lol.
    Me: 31 DH:32 | Together since 2007 | Married 7/2/16

    TTC #1 since 7/2017
    Dx: unexplained, low morph
    IUI #1-3 | all BFN
    IVF #1 | 6/11/19 | 24R, 17M, 15F, 6B, PGT-A tested - 5 normal, 3 girls & 2 boys
    FET #1 | 9/10/19 | BFN
    "I know you, but we've never met. I'm with you, but I don't know your name"
    Loss, Receptiva, & ERA testing | all normal/negative, recommended going on gluten and dairy free diet
    FET #2 | Cancelled due to pandemic, trying on our own again for now

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  • @inthewoods23 My ObGyn's office is really good about getting people in quickly if you're an established patient. I'm not too worried about getting a timely appointment, especially if I call first thing Monday morning.
    *TW*
    Me: 24 Dh: 46
    Married: 10.2018
    DS #1: 06.2014
    Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG), Emergency C-Section
    MC: 03.2017- 5 Weeks
    Rainbow DS #2: 07.2018
    HG, 19w Fetal Surgery, 24w PPROM, 33w Placental Abruption, Partial Uterine Rupture, Emergency C-Section
    NICU, Chronic Kidney Disease
    TTC #3: Medically Cleared 12.5.2019, Benched Again 12.17.2019, Medically Cleared 2.7.2020

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    inthewoods23
  • @ashaislurking that's good, you've been waiting long enough already!
    Me: 31 DH:32 | Together since 2007 | Married 7/2/16

    TTC #1 since 7/2017
    Dx: unexplained, low morph
    IUI #1-3 | all BFN
    IVF #1 | 6/11/19 | 24R, 17M, 15F, 6B, PGT-A tested - 5 normal, 3 girls & 2 boys
    FET #1 | 9/10/19 | BFN
    "I know you, but we've never met. I'm with you, but I don't know your name"
    Loss, Receptiva, & ERA testing | all normal/negative, recommended going on gluten and dairy free diet
    FET #2 | Cancelled due to pandemic, trying on our own again for now

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  • krash_krash_ member
    Just ordered Proov test strips! So from what I have gathered you use one before O as a baseline, one 3 dpo? to confirm O and 7-10 dpo to measure progesterone. I'm hoping they will give me some insight into my progesterone levels and the quality of my ovulation. Can't hurt, right?
    Me & MH: 31
    DS: 6/1/18 (Pre-E; IUGR; seizures bilateral grade 2 ventricular hemorrhage)
    TTC #2: 12/2019
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  • asf0613asf0613 member
    @krash_ that is my interpretation as well.  however, i may alter mine slightly depending on when i O because i have an OBGYN appt on what might be CD 10 or 11.  id like to use my last strip the morning of my appointment if i can time it right
    Me: 29 | DH: 40 
    Married: June 2014 
    TW*
    TTC #1 Since: August 2019
    BFP: November 1, 2019 | EDD: July 11, 2020
    MMC: December 26, 2019
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  • @inthewoods23 I just laughed so hard at your spoiler!!🤣🤣🤣
    inthewoods23
  • @keikilove it reminds me of a customer we had at Walgreens once back when I worked there in college who literally couldn't understand how anyone would need higher than a regular absorbancy tampons. I'm pretty sure she actually mentioned "you need to see a doctor if you're bleeding that much" as she was pointing to the super+ and ultra tampons. She definitely gives me "I always get my period on the 17th" vibes when I look back on it 😆
    Me: 31 DH:32 | Together since 2007 | Married 7/2/16

    TTC #1 since 7/2017
    Dx: unexplained, low morph
    IUI #1-3 | all BFN
    IVF #1 | 6/11/19 | 24R, 17M, 15F, 6B, PGT-A tested - 5 normal, 3 girls & 2 boys
    FET #1 | 9/10/19 | BFN
    "I know you, but we've never met. I'm with you, but I don't know your name"
    Loss, Receptiva, & ERA testing | all normal/negative, recommended going on gluten and dairy free diet
    FET #2 | Cancelled due to pandemic, trying on our own again for now

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  • @inthewoods23 🙈🙋🏻‍♀️ BUT, to be fair, in high school they were always a week long (they didn’t shorten until I came off birth control) AND I’ve had toxic shock and can’t use tampons or cups, so I think it was God’s way of saying sorry! 🤣
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  • krash_krash_ member
    I do not have 3 day periods but they are pretty tame and usually just 5 days. I can get away with light tampons the whole time if I change them more often but I can wear a regular all day. I can also sleep without a tampon or pad mid period and not bleed at night but I will need to put a light in during the day. 

    Tbh it's actually one of my fears that because my periods are so light that the lining of my uterus isn't building up enough or thick enough for implantation. 
    Me & MH: 31
    DS: 6/1/18 (Pre-E; IUGR; seizures bilateral grade 2 ventricular hemorrhage)
    TTC #2: 12/2019
  • _orchid__orchid_ member
    @inthewoods23 🤣 mine are usually only 4-5 days but the first 1-2 are INTENSE. Like bleed through a heavy duty pad in 4 hours. Before I got my thyroid under control I used to frequently faint/throw up for hours because of it too. 

    @chindimples04 yup sounds like you deserve those short AFs!
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  • @_orchid_ When I did use tampons, I was using super plus and changing every 2 hours those first few days. I still get pretty heavy on the first day, using a pad every 4 hours. 
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  • _orchid__orchid_ member
    @chindimples04 we are flow sisters
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  • @chindimples04 oh no lol. I think I've always been worried about TSS so I've always done a tampon/pantiliner combo and I know to change my tampon when it leaks onto the pantiliner lol. Obviously if it hasn't leaked and it's been 8 hours I'll change it.

    @krash_ I've read that it shouldn't matter how heavy your flow is, but I totally understand wondering about it. I would probably be more concerned if your periods were always 3 days or less. I really don't know what thickness lining typically is after a period. My CD3 scans usually showed a lining between 2-4mm, but mine also builds up to 10+mm. If you go in for testing I believe the US to look at the lining is usually part of the work up.
    Me: 31 DH:32 | Together since 2007 | Married 7/2/16

    TTC #1 since 7/2017
    Dx: unexplained, low morph
    IUI #1-3 | all BFN
    IVF #1 | 6/11/19 | 24R, 17M, 15F, 6B, PGT-A tested - 5 normal, 3 girls & 2 boys
    FET #1 | 9/10/19 | BFN
    "I know you, but we've never met. I'm with you, but I don't know your name"
    Loss, Receptiva, & ERA testing | all normal/negative, recommended going on gluten and dairy free diet
    FET #2 | Cancelled due to pandemic, trying on our own again for now

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  • @krash_ My periods have been relatively light and short (usually 4 days of bleeding that barely requires a pad/tampon) the last couple years and I suspect it is a pleasant side effect of something bad too  :'(  It also makes it really hard to know what CD1 is because I never "fill a pad." 
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    TTC #2 January 2020: AMA, dx with DOR in May 2020, IVF ER cycle in July 2020 

  • @inthewoods23 I was 16, to make matters worse. They think it was a combination of having to chance super+ tampons so often and swimming in the Mississippi River with a tampon in. It’s not the cleanest river.
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  • @chindimples04 :# that really sucks. When I think about it it's always like... doesn't the tampon soak up the pool/lake/river water when you take a dip?
    Me: 31 DH:32 | Together since 2007 | Married 7/2/16

    TTC #1 since 7/2017
    Dx: unexplained, low morph
    IUI #1-3 | all BFN
    IVF #1 | 6/11/19 | 24R, 17M, 15F, 6B, PGT-A tested - 5 normal, 3 girls & 2 boys
    FET #1 | 9/10/19 | BFN
    "I know you, but we've never met. I'm with you, but I don't know your name"
    Loss, Receptiva, & ERA testing | all normal/negative, recommended going on gluten and dairy free diet
    FET #2 | Cancelled due to pandemic, trying on our own again for now

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  • krash_krash_ member
    I should probably post this to the questions thread but that doesn't seem to have much action so has any one paid out of pocket for initial testing? Blood work, HSG and SA. What kind of ball park would I expect this to cost. My OB is going to send a pre-authorization to insurance but if I can get the CD 3 blood work done before the holiday weekend I would like to do that. I'm comfortable if were looking at like $1,000-$1,500 but I don't want to have to pay a second time if I have to do all that testing again if I get referred to an RE. I know everything varies by state and dr but just wonder what other folks have paid. 
    Me & MH: 31
    DS: 6/1/18 (Pre-E; IUGR; seizures bilateral grade 2 ventricular hemorrhage)
    TTC #2: 12/2019
  • @krash_ apparently all I want to do is TB instead of work.... My HSG cost around $600 after insurance, and all the bloodwork I think was a few hundred dollars (maybe 200-300, it's hard to tell from my claims). I didn't need to repeat the HSG that was done by my OB (I did eventually require the saline sono before transfers) but my RE is in the same medical group so they have super easy access to my records. I would think any RE would request that you send your previous results so that they don't need to redo things.
    Me: 31 DH:32 | Together since 2007 | Married 7/2/16

    TTC #1 since 7/2017
    Dx: unexplained, low morph
    IUI #1-3 | all BFN
    IVF #1 | 6/11/19 | 24R, 17M, 15F, 6B, PGT-A tested - 5 normal, 3 girls & 2 boys
    FET #1 | 9/10/19 | BFN
    "I know you, but we've never met. I'm with you, but I don't know your name"
    Loss, Receptiva, & ERA testing | all normal/negative, recommended going on gluten and dairy free diet
    FET #2 | Cancelled due to pandemic, trying on our own again for now

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  • bows22bows22 member
    @bluetickgal i was lurking and saw you were a Spanish minor. I was too!! 

    However I also lost most of it haha



    bluetickgal
  • asf0613asf0613 member
    @bluetickgal @bows22 yo tambien!
    Me: 29 | DH: 40 
    Married: June 2014 
    TW*
    TTC #1 Since: August 2019
    BFP: November 1, 2019 | EDD: July 11, 2020
    MMC: December 26, 2019
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  • @bows22 @asf0613 so cool!! I really wish I hadn’t forgotten so much of it! 
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  • krash_krash_ member
    edited July 1
    Anyone else’s site keep crashing? I usually bump on my work computer so idk if it’s them finally shutting me down or the site lol. 

    ETA posting from mobile and it sucks
    Me & MH: 31
    DS: 6/1/18 (Pre-E; IUGR; seizures bilateral grade 2 ventricular hemorrhage)
    TTC #2: 12/2019
  • asf0613asf0613 member
    mines been fine, just the typically slow page load of 30-45 seconds.
    @bluetickgal i forgot quite a bit, but because i still work in kitchens where most speak spanish, i am quite fluent in "kitchen spanish"
    Me: 29 | DH: 40 
    Married: June 2014 
    TW*
    TTC #1 Since: August 2019
    BFP: November 1, 2019 | EDD: July 11, 2020
    MMC: December 26, 2019
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  • coldlife2coldlife2 member
    @krash_ apparently all I want to do is TB instead of work.... My HSG cost around $600 after insurance, and all the bloodwork I think was a few hundred dollars (maybe 200-300, it's hard to tell from my claims). I didn't need to repeat the HSG that was done by my OB (I did eventually require the saline sono before transfers) but my RE is in the same medical group so they have super easy access to my records. I would think any RE would request that you send your previous results so that they don't need to redo things.
    *lurker*

    @krash_ I would recommend calling wherever you want to go, telling them you're self-pay and asking what the price is for self-pay/what kind of discounts you can get. Anytime we've gone anywhere for something that I know isn't included in insurance, I straight up ask when I call for an appointment. I can't speak to blood work specifically, but every other procedure we've done from out-patient surgery to an eye exam has given a discount for being self-pay. In one case, it was a 70% discount if we paid within two weeks (50% discount if we took longer than that). 

    The amount that showed up on @inthewoods23 claim is probably going to be significantly more than what she would have had to pay if she was self-pay. 
  • I'm part of the lead team for an event that I attend and tickets go on sale tomorrow afternoon and I didn't have ANYTHING set up for my volunteers (google form, volunteer sign up, facebook group, educational materials, etc.) and I just feel like I need to scream and drink. Can AF show her face already so I can have wine please!!!
    *TW*
    Me: 24 Dh: 46
    Married: 10.2018
    DS #1: 06.2014
    Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG), Emergency C-Section
    MC: 03.2017- 5 Weeks
    Rainbow DS #2: 07.2018
    HG, 19w Fetal Surgery, 24w PPROM, 33w Placental Abruption, Partial Uterine Rupture, Emergency C-Section
    NICU, Chronic Kidney Disease
    TTC #3: Medically Cleared 12.5.2019, Benched Again 12.17.2019, Medically Cleared 2.7.2020

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  • Watching YouTube tonight... And of course some random video pops up in my recommendations of a video titled something like "how I tracked my fertility to get pregnant INSTANTLY"

    Go away dammit! I hate videos like this because good for you for bEiNg A uNiCoRn
    Me: 31 DH:32 | Together since 2007 | Married 7/2/16

    TTC #1 since 7/2017
    Dx: unexplained, low morph
    IUI #1-3 | all BFN
    IVF #1 | 6/11/19 | 24R, 17M, 15F, 6B, PGT-A tested - 5 normal, 3 girls & 2 boys
    FET #1 | 9/10/19 | BFN
    "I know you, but we've never met. I'm with you, but I don't know your name"
    Loss, Receptiva, & ERA testing | all normal/negative, recommended going on gluten and dairy free diet
    FET #2 | Cancelled due to pandemic, trying on our own again for now

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