Hi everyone! I’m new to the page and still trying to get accustomed to all the short hand. My husband and I have been trying for almost 16 months. I’m only 29 & never thought it would be so hard to conceive. We started with our regular gyno and did three cycle of Clomid but still couldn’t get me to ovulate. We started seeing a fertility specialist last October. I had the X-Ray done of my tubes and the Dr said everything was fine bc they were open. My husband’s sperm was a little slow but nothing to be concerned about. I had the laparoscopy and hysteroscopy where they said I had a small amount of endometriosis but removed it. My periods are irregular and this month found out my follicles take longer to mature then most. We did the Clomid, hcg trigger injection this month and my progesterone was 50.6. I go tomorrow for my pregnancy test but have been getting cramping and my breasts are tender so I’m pretty sure I’m not. I’m so disappointed and getting depressed. Next month we’re going to try insemination but I just don’t understand why it’s so difficult. I keep getting upset with everyone saying it will happen when it’s the right time and stuff like that. I guess I am here just to get advice and support. I am still learning about this all and feel it would be nice to have people to talk to who understand…
I can completely understand and feel your pain! We’re about on the same time line also. I’m having surgery on Friday to have a polyp removed (unless God blessed us this last cycle, still in the 2ww) and then we will begin IUI next month also. It is very frustrating to have people say it’ll happen when the time is right, or when you stop trying or when you just relax. Just keep having faith and the women on here are very supportive and know exactly how you are feeling! Good Luck and :babydust: !!
Thank you! I wish you luck as well!!
i’m new too! good luck to you. I understand the way you’re feeling, I just don’t understand why this is happening! so frustrating!
(medically understand obviously, just not emotionally)
Thanks. Good luck to you as well!