In personal news, I have done all the normal fertility testing that they do. There's nothing wrong with me. There's nothing wrong with my husband. But we still don't have a baby. Fantastic.
I'm so sorry... it really stinks when the good news and the bad news are the same thing. *thoughts & prayers*
Posted by: kannie at October 30, 2008 10:47 AM (iT8dn)
Part of me is relieved, unless their assessment is wrong.
Part of me is alternately puzzled and frustrated.
But all of me is thinking of you.
Posted by: Amritas at October 30, 2008 10:52 AM (+nV09)
Do you watch mystery diagnosis? I saw something that made me think of you on it the other night. Are all blood tests normal. Anything??? Something is happening.
After all that, I just turned 72 last weekend so I can't remember what the diagnosis was!! Something about mysterious blood clots shutting off supply to the uterus.
I am in the market for a birthday Yorkie now, to replace our almost 16 Yorkie girl we lost a year ago.
I am still sure you will become a mother!
Posted by: Ruth H at October 30, 2008 01:19 PM (FAgoX)
Will they refer you to a specialist specialist? I'm not sure what kind of fertility doctors you're seeing but sometimes the frontline testing isn't enough to diagnose what's what. Their technical name for it? "Unexplained infertility" Lovely, right? It's like, I was under the impression that the DOCTOR would be able to explain this all...sheesh.
I'm sorry. Like someone else says it sucks when the good news and the bad news are the same thing.
I have my annual appt. with my OB/GYN soon. I'll ask him some questions...it will take my mind off him conducting his business on my business.
Posted by: Guard Wife at October 30, 2008 02:55 PM (eb8pN)
Sorry to hear the bummer news. Hang in there - I'll keep you both in my prayers. You'll have a baby soon!
Posted by: BigD78 at October 30, 2008 04:56 PM (PsV2e)
I hate to say that I feel sorry that your tests came back normal, but this is one of those cases where normal sucks. Wrong means something they can try to fix. I wish I had something to suggest but we kind of exhausted all the testing they could think of, too, and got nothing. Just focus on the fact that if they haven't found anything wrong, then nothing's wrong--meaning that things might go right just as easily.
but in the meantime, exhaust the doctors. Make them run even the weird tests, and the things that they've ruled out but because you don't seem to fit the parameters....
Posted by: Ann M. at October 31, 2008 06:59 AM (HFUBt)
Get a dog and devote all your attention to it. (If you have one already, rinse, and repeat.) Once it's certain that it's human and its position in the family is unshakable, you'll have a baby. It never fails.
Seriously though, I'll be praying for you.
Posted by: steven at November 02, 2008 01:46 AM (B+qrE)
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