My name is Jen, I'm 24 years old and I live in Edmonton, Alberta Canada.
I am married to my wonder wife Angie of 3 years, yes we are lesbians.
I have found a wonderful job, driving transit bus, which is where i plan to retire.
My wife and I have been TTC now since Feb 2006.
Ang got pregnant on our first attempt of artificial insemination with our son Riley in Feb 2006, but unfortunatly miscarried him in the second trimester.
We waited a while before trying again, and this time I tried. I have PCOS and do not ovulate on my own, so after 21 days of fertility injections we did artifical insemination and got pregnant with triplets.
I knew at 3 weeks 2 days that i was pregnant.
At 5 weeks I had alot of bleeding and was rushed for an emergency ultrasound. They said that I had lost one baby but that I still had another one in there, but that it was too early to see the heart beat.
I was devistated about my loss but extatic about still being pregant. My Dr told me I would continue to bleed but that it would eventually stop. I would also need to continue HCG testing every 2-3 days to make sure everything was going ok. 1 week later I got a phone call saying that my HCG levels had dropped in half, that I was having a miscarriage.
I was devistated, I didn't understand. Two days later I got yet another phone call that said my HCG levels started rising again, and that I needed to go for another emergency ultrasound, possibly I was also having an ectopic pregnancy.
An Ectopic pregnancy was ruled out with that ultrasound at 6 1/2 weeks. My uterus showed twin, unfortunatly they did not have heart beats and did not survive. After taking mistoprostal on Feb 29, 2008 I miscarried my twins 2 hours later.
It is now June 2008 and I have completed my round of Fertility Injections and tomorrow morning, June 24, 2008 I have my appointment for my IUI!
July 9th is the scheduled day I can take a pregnancy test. We are so excited!!!!!
Hi jen first of all welcome to this fab site, so sorry to hear of your losses, it must have been so hard for you both, but glad you have PMA and are starting again, Hope all went aok with you on june 24th and here's hoping you get a BFP real soon.
Hey Jen, It looks like we are on the same cycle. Good luck to both of you, lots and lots of very sticky baby dust coming your way! I'll keep my fingers crossed for both of us to get the BFP we are looking for.
tested already!! I wished I had the guts to test early last time but even on my due date i peed and ran, left dh look I was like a big kid, ok it was a BFN but heres to the next attempt. 4 weeks and counting.
hope you get your deserved BFP. yahooooooooo xx
How's the wait treatin' ya? I already tested yesterday, I just can't wait. BFN -no surprise there. I spoke with my nurse today and she said my spotting could be implantation and I shouldn't test until 7/10... OMG I really hate the wait. Hope your doing better than me. I'm keeping my fingers and toes crossed for sticky babydust for the both of us!
lol! I'm so glad I'm not the only one. I will prob retest on friday as well but I'm scared I'll keep gettin a BFN. I started spotting yesterday and I'm hopin its good news but I'm so pessimistic. I just want the wait to be over. I have to call my nurse on monday to let her know what is going on with me and we will go from there. Glad to know you are in the same boat. I want to be pregnant so freakin bad! I just found out that my very best friend in the whole wide world is finally pregnant. They have been trying for 8 yrs. She really didn't want to tell me, but I'm totally fine with it and super excited hoping that I'll be right behind her.
Hey jen. I got BFN on fri as well, stopped testing and AF showed her ugly face sunday. The odd thing is I'm not even disappointed, I kno I should be. My fingers are still crossed for you! I will be starting clomid again on wed and have an u/s on the 17th. i will need to have bloodtests everyday from that point on. I hope something works soon. This stuff is getting old and tiring. What life I have is revolving around my cycle. I am so frustrated!