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I am somewhat new to this site, this is the first time I am writing but I have read the boards for months now. Here is my story- I need help!
I am 31 years old and my DH is 35 years old. We are TTC our first and it has been almost 2 years. We have done just about everything... he was checked and then I was checked. Of course his count was high, and the doctor has tested me. I have been on Chlomid now for 4 months. This Monday I go for an HSG. I am so nervous right now of the outcome. My periods are regular, and always on time. I haven't had any health problems and I find that I am doing all the right things... the only problem is, I think I am going crazy.
I recently started Pilates to try to relax. I am so nervous about my HSG- not about the procedure, but the outcome of the procedure. The questions that keep rolling in my head are.. what if my tubes are blocked, what is something is wrong, what if I can't conceive... it is so frustrating. After two years, this process is so upsetting. To top it all off, one of my best friends just found out she is pregnant, and we were going through this process together. I am so happy for her but sad for me.
I know there are a lot of women who are TTC... for me, it helps to read the boards and think I am not alone. I am so nervous that there is something wrong with me. Please help (I'm not as crazy as I sound).
It's TOTALLY normal to be anxious and nervous about any testing. I always am! Hopefully if the test does see something, they'll be able to help you out. My thought has been...if there is something "wrong" then at least I'll know why we aren't conceiving. (For us, they haven't found anything wrong, and while that's a good thing, it's frustrating too b/c we don't have a reason...kwim?).