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BbloveMemberJune 17, 2013 at 6:54 pmPost count: 6in reply to: IUI with Donor Sperm #129
I would do it, what can it hurt? Even if it just helps for that one day it would be worth it. In my experience, counselors are really helpful at facilitating conversation and asking the right questions to get guys to open up.BbloveMemberJune 17, 2013 at 6:55 amPost count: 6in reply to: Moving forward with next treatment plan #290
Noelle, that is very exciting! Taking the next step is always a little scary but being proactive in your treatment is a good thing. Please keep us posted.BbloveMemberMay 20, 2013 at 10:27 amPost count: 6in reply to: IVF vs. IUI #147
It totally depends on your situation. We went straight to IVF because IUI wasn’t likely to work. What is your history?BbloveMemberMay 16, 2013 at 6:05 pmPost count: 6in reply to: Septum Arcuate or Bicoruate #90
I just had my septum removed last year. It was an outpatient procedure. It’s a 6 week recovery, which was not that bad. They said by removing it, it makes more space for baby and decreases chance of a miscarriage. Is removing yours an option? If you wanted to check it out, it’s called a hysteroscopy and d&c. They need to accurately diagnose you first because the 3 options they gave you have very different outcomes. If it’s just bicoruate (heart shaped) most women can carry to term as long as it’s not multiples. Since you have never had a MC the shape of your uterus should not affect your actual ability to get pregnant. Have they checked your tubes? There could be a blockage. You definitely have to be your own advocate when it comes to getting results. Good luck!BbloveMemberMay 8, 2013 at 10:26 amPost count: 6in reply to: Gift for friend who suffered loss #436
What about a piece of jewelry, like a pendant with angel wings? That way it’s not obvious to everyone else but it still signifies her loss.