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Typical LP length:
Re: TWW Wednesday 4.28
Typical LP length: 14 days?
Testing: every day this week, BFN again this morning *shrugs*
R/R: Y'all, April is a real jerk. Nothing I can talk about on the boards but the hits keep coming this month.
</div><div>Timing: Hopefully perfect!</div><div>
</div><div>Typical LP length: 13-14 days</div><div>
</div><div>R/R: I am still just exhausted, as usual, and we stayed up way too late watching a movie - WHICH WE NEVER DO! (The watch a movie part. So it was worth it because the quality downtime with DH felt like a nice treat. 💖) I set my alarms for 6 (to temp and take my meds) and again for 7 (to actually get up) and somehow I *still* managed to fall back asleep until 8! When of course I woke up terrified about what time it was lol 😬 I had a caffeinated tea this morning, but so far it's just not cutting it. 💤💤💤</div><div>
</div><div>CS/Q: My LP temps are ridiculous right now, but I'm hoping the 6AM alarm will help things start to smooth out again.
@beakay8. I'm sorry April is being a jerk. May is just around the corner!!! (((Hugs)))</div>
Timing: -1 + IUI, O
Typical LP length: 13ish
Testing: Idk kind of feeling like not testing this time around since I had the hcg trigger shot. We shall see...
R/R: Rant: How are there over 30 comments in WTO and just 3 here? 🤷♀️ Rave: It’s hump day! Sooo ready for Friday
CS/Q: Weird post-O temps this month, not my usual pattern
Also, to the post-o temps!?? I maybe blame it in the trigger because my chart looks pretty stupid too. :P. I feel you on the whole trigger thing. It is such a mind game!!! I feel like it stays in my system way longer than you would think it should... :/
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We are having a riveting conversation about periods, tampons, and menstrual cups over in WTO haha.
TTC #1 since 7.2017
Dx: low morph (1%), ANA positive, low decidualization score, high TSH and testosterone, histone antibodies
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"
RPL, Receptiva, & ERA testing | all normal/negative, recommended going on gluten and dairy free diet for next FET
FET #2 | 3.31.20 | Opted to cancelled due to pandemic, continued diet and tried naturally over the summer
2nd Opinion with another RE | 8.20.20 | Not immune to measles (received 1 dose); SA results similar to 2 years ago; decided to move forward with FET #2 redo at start of next cycle
Surprise natural BFP! | 9.22.20 | MC 10.23.20 at 8 weeks
TTCAL naturally | starting 11.22.20
Initial consultation with Reproductive Immunologist | 9.14.21
Decidualization score biopsy | 10.1.21 | abnormal - low score of 1; endometrial scratch recommended and progesterone supplementation
Saline sono | 10.15.21 | normal
Bloodwork | 10.21.21 | high TSH, high testosterone, positive for anti-nuclear antibodies and histone antibodies
BFP! | 11.3.21 | EDD 7.14.22 | biopsy provided same effect as endometrial scratch; added supplemental progesterone and estrogen, prednisone, levothyroxine, and MTX to maintain pregnancy
DS born 7.19.22 after induction