We havent been trying for very long but cant help and feel like ive let my partner down that it hasnt happened, it was his birthday the day Af was due and i had my hopes up to be able to give him the best surprise but it wasnt to be x
I had to reply, the title of this post is just how I'm feeling!! Although I'm several stages behind you I think. I'm not even having periods, haven't had any since August because of thyroid disease. Doesn't stop me testing all the time though like a mental. so, if it makes you feel even remotely better, at least you're having periods and therefore know you're "normal"!! I'd be glad for mine to start!
haha please! I'll have them!! yeah to make things worse, I was taken off the meds because they were causing a low blood count, but my results have been normal for the last couple of months. so where the bloody hell are my periods?
Yeah, fertility clinic sounds like a good idea. If only they could do something!! hope you get seen to soon!!
Hi, new to this thread. In to the 2nd month of TTC with my DP (we each have a DC from our previous relationships). I know 2 months isnt long, but I tried, and failed, for 5 years to conceive with my XP, so am scared it wont work this time too, and Im 40 in 3 weeks
Can you please explain to me what AF means? (Think I know the rest of the acronyms). Thanks
Hey great news thighslapper. Fx GP confirms it and all goes well.
I had my hopes up this month as AF was 6 days late, but I refused to test until a week (v impressed with self discipline!), but before I had the chance, good ol' AF turned up yesterday in the middle of a work trip. Only consolation was being able to drink lots of yummy wine last night still pretending AF= implantation bleed, which probably borders on insanity as it clearly isn't!
I can relate to the title of this thread so well, 6 months in here and another BFN this morning. Stupidly raced into the town to get a test and then had to hold back the tears on the way home. Off to meet a friend this am who is 10 weeks pg, am thrilled for her but always get an ache when I see her.