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Sorry I was gone so long ladies....i was trying to keep my mind off all of this ovulation, 2ww PREGNANCY stuff. Tried to destress for a while but now i have a question and all opinions are welcome!
Well, at the begining of january, my obgyn finally agreed to doing an exploratory surgery. To the point at my follow up everything was fine,no tube blockages, no scaring of any kind (i had a ruptured ovarian cyct at age 14) everything "beautiful" according to dr. So Great News...i guess? Not saying i wanted anything to be wrong...but if everything is "perfect" why is it taking so long. We are at about 1 and 1/2 years of ttc and my doc keeps telling me that it just takes alot of luck. I understand this however he hasn't mentioned any aids like clomid and i did mention one time but i don't like to be pushy cuz he's a dr and i'm not. Also at the end of my follow up, he just said ,"well, good luck and we'll see you in december for your pap".... Really? December? does it seem odd? I don't know what to think. My husband is so passive that he just says to do whatever feels right. I don't think he knows what to say. I really to like my doc and he's very experienced..if you catch my drift.
My obgyn also doesn't deliver anymore and told me he could only see me until 20 weeks anyway.
Here's my conclusion question...there is another dr that just opened her new practice and everyone i talk to loves her. I also have a friend from school that works there and she was like, "well, if you want we've got clomid etc, all kinds of stuff if that's the way you want to go"
It's just tough to think about...what do you ladies thing. I called to atleast make a consultation with her today but no one anwered the phone.
I don't know.
Hey there! Welcome back to the board. I hope the time off was somewhat healing.
I agree that a second opinion can't hurt. If you don't like the new Dr. you can always go back to the old one. If you do like her that would be great b/c you could build a relationship with a new Dr. before you're preggers. It sounds like you will have to get a new Dr. no matter what once you are knocked up, so why not try her out?
Next, has your DH had any testing done since all of your tests seem to have come back good? I know that sometimes that is easier said than done. I know what it's like to try to get DH to agree to any kind of testing. I've been dealing with that one myself.