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July 16th, 2006, 07:33 PM
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Last cycle was my first TTC since having being cleared on my HSG exam. My doctor gave a low dose clomid and I had a good ovulation. My progesterone was 46.6 on day 22. I swore I was pregnant, felt nauseas, crampy, gassy, and tired. I also started charting my temps and cv position & texture. So I'm on to a new cycle as of Thursday. I really wanted to be pregnant this month more soo...b/c I would be due this month.
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July 16th, 2006, 07:47 PM
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I'm sorry hun. I have no clomid experience..could it cause you to "feel" pg? I am hoping the HSG will help you get pg faster. I know it "helped" me...the last pg I had was the month I got he HSG & I thought I was preventing. Anyway, just know that it will probably happen soon. Sometimes even when we don't have things go according to plan we can find a way to make that okay & good. Hopefully it will happen for you this month & it may be just as special to conceive near the time of your EDD as it would be to have been to be pg by then. I wish you all the best - I know this is not easy even if you have no history, but much harder when you've been through so much.
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July 18th, 2006, 08:05 AM
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I'm in a little bit different situation. I've never had trouble getting pg. We've tried three times and have been pg three times, each within a week of BDing. The first resulted in DS. The second ended just a few days after my BFP and the third lasted almost 7 weeks. I had my first AF since March from July 6-11. I wasn't sure I was ready to get pg again, but in a sleepy moment on the 13th DH didn't cover up. So now I'm facing the fears of conceiving again and not sure how to resolve that. I've got a strong faith, so I'm doing my best to give it all to God, but that's hard for someone who's used to analyzing everything!

Anyway, we've BD'd 4 times now in my prime fertile time (don't track, so don't know exactly when I O). So now it's up to God. Is anyone else afraid of succeeding and dealing with fears of loss during pg?
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July 18th, 2006, 05:44 PM
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Mostly I fear trying to deal with my job, bills, etc while being pg knowing there is a chance of another loss - if that makes any sense. Like I don't want THAT many stressors at once.
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July 18th, 2006, 08:09 PM
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Is anyone else afraid of succeeding and dealing with fears of loss during pg?[/b]
Absolutely, which is why I'm not kidding myself about "not trying/not preventing." We have a great chance of successfully getting pg, which scares me to death (although not enough to stop "not trying").
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July 18th, 2006, 11:05 PM
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Mostly I fear trying to deal with my job, bills, etc while being pg knowing there is a chance of another loss - if that makes any sense. Like I don't want THAT many stressors at once.[/b]
That makes perfect sense. Any of those are enough of a stressor by themselves, much less all together AND pg AND worried. If I could just win the lottery, all the job and bills worries could go away.
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July 19th, 2006, 11:14 AM
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Is anyone else afraid of succeeding and dealing with fears of loss during pg?
I'm really worried about becoming pg again. I know I want to start soon again TTC, I have to wait for some more blood tests before my dr gives me the all clear. It was so easy for us to get pg both times. Did even BD'in within my fertile week, and w/ the first got my BFP at 12dpo, w/ my second it took a while longer. Right now the bedroom has gone cold for us LOL , I don't want DH touching me in fear of it all. The stress level at work is super high and I don't think I could deal with the thought of being pg and then worrying about having another loss.
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