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He feels that there is some untested-for genetic issue causing our losses. He basically said we just have to keep trying and hope for the best. As far as my irregular cycles, he feels there is an issue (didn't catch what...he's hard to understand) but he won't do anything about said-issue until October. Then we begin injectibles. I can't say I'm surprised, but I do feel heartbroken. We may have only been trying for eight months this time around, but we've been on this journey for three and a half years. I'm so ready to be done!
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Proud former foster parent to a teen. Waiting on our next call. Proud Aunt to 22.
Proud mommy to 7 angels. Survivor of 4 failed adoptions (5 kids)
i know it's tough when they can't tell you what's wrong. I'm going thru the same thing, my RE is having me do cycles of clomid to help produce a stronger, healthier egg. She is thinking that it may just solve it. I'm wondering if that is the thinking of your RE with the injectables? Do you have to wait that long for insurance purposes? Keep us posted.
Augie if you ever want to explore what genetic testing services are available to you please let me know - my sister is a genetic counselor.
I did injectibles to get pregnant with Grant, and after one single cycle - BOOM - pregnant. And while getting triplets didn't work out for me, that was due to my issues and won't happen to you.
And you know what? I miss the triplets, I really do, but I'm typing this one handed while I hold a snoozing 5 week old, so it did work out in the end. His brother and sister live on in him.
You can do this. I survived infertility and loss and I'm living my happy ending. I absolutely promise that you can do this. It may be a tough journey but you and I will one day find ourselves discussing baby poop - frequency, consistency, the whole 9 yards.