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Anyone else feel this way?

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wrinklyraisin Wed 20-Jul-11 16:48:38

So, I had a chemical pg in Feb/March then 2 normal cycles, then fell again in May but lost it at 6/7 weeks due to low hcg. We dtd at the right time I think this month and am due on in 2 days. But this time I feel nothing, no symptoms, no headf*cks, nothing. I think I am just exhausted by it all now. My fella is awesome and lovely, and my life is pretty great overall, but this ttc rollercoaster has really taken it out of me! Does anyone else feel like this? I am really tired, and frustrated, because I know I can make the muffins, I just can't get them to stick around long enough to bake. I'm probably going to have one more cycle trying then leave it for a bit. I have to return to my usual country of residence anyway for a few weeks so I won't be able to be with the fella at the right times anyhoo. How do you all cope with the constant ups and downs and what ifs and excitement and disappointments?

Piglet28 Wed 20-Jul-11 17:40:00

Sorry for your losses, TTC is so stressful we put alot of pressure on ourselves to get PG. Enjoy time with your fella and you can always vent on here! If you MC again i'd get checked out at the doctor to see if they can help. Good luck x

DizzyKipper Thu 21-Jul-11 13:43:12

Yeah same here. I used to be so excited when discussing ttc. I've only had one MC, coming up to 2 months ago, the pregnancy was the only thing really keeping me happy after my dad has just recently died (2 months prior) so to lose that has taken a lot out of me. I don't really discuss ttc as much or symptom spot anymore, I don't even feel the compulsion to test - there isn't the same excitement as there used to be, like you I guess I'm just getting tired. Six more days until AH is due, I'd have been fighting with myself not to needlessly waste tests at this point before.That is to say I understand what you mean.

Blackcoffeeandcigarettes Thu 21-Jul-11 13:47:47

me too. AF came this morning and I cried. It is by far the most stressful, emotional, all- encompassing thing I have ever done.

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