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hoping101 posted:
I had my first son August 22, 2010 and am expecting baby #2 around August 21, 2012!

Pregnancy has always been a tough road for me. I have had 2 miscarriages, 1 ectopic with a tube removed, and my beautiful boy who caused some scares ! I successfully had my son with the help of clomid and metformin however this time haven't used anything. I am hoping for the best that's for sure!!! My doctor explained that a womans body changes so much after giving birth that my problems may have all fixed themselves. I sure hope she is right!!! I didn't have classic PCOS just a little abnormal hormone level which I think is fine now. Currently I have some tingle in my breasts and a crampy belly which hopefully isn't a bad sign. Nothing I can't handle! This baby is certainly in everyone's prayers... so come on baby!!!
wmatto83 responded:
Congrats and Good luck!!! I have heard the same thing and my doctor told me the same thing...that after birth your body changes and you can sometimes get pregnant way easier than before.
ME (28) DH (39) DS born 5/24/11 2 Dogs (both 5)
mommyin2011 responded:
I have to agree on the getting pregnant easier part...I was TTC for 5 yrs and did an IUI in Sept. 2010 and it failed. By some miracle, I got pg in Nov 2010 and had a beautiful and healthy baby boy on July 31, 2011! I am now preg. with # 2 due July 20th! This pregnancy was a complete surprise, but we are thrilled!! Baby # 2 is due only 11 days before my sons first birthday! crazy!!!! we are in for a wild ride:)
Me (29) DH (27) 4 fur babies - 1st baby DS born on 7/31/11 - prego again with 2 due on 7/19/12! - cheering for pink team!!

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