Baby number 2 is on the way! That is if we don't run into any complications! I went in Monday the 8th for blood work b/c I had received my BFP on Saturday and found out the results yesterday! HcG level is 131 and progesterone level was 69! I was pretty sure we weren't pregnant this cycle but I was def. Fooled!
Our due date is March 15! And everything is going great so far! This pregnancy is completely different from DD! No morning sickness and babies heart rate is much faster! Maybe signs of a boy this time? Well see!
Well I am happy to inform everyone that I have finally pregnant!!! I went to the doctor last week to confirm and went back again yesterday. I am due May 10 and can't be more excited. I am staying realistic though and hoping everything will go well. This happened without any meds or medical procedures, so it truly is a miracle!!
Hope everything continues to go well with your pregnancy!
Me(37), DH(38), TTC 2 years,hopefully starting IVF in April
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