My husband and i have started to try for our first child this month. My period was one day late (which it never is) and is pretty regular so of course i got excited. However, it did show up. I had the leep procedure done years ago and had one ovary removed do to a cyst. I am trying to stay positive that I will conceive without any issues, but I still worry. I used an ovulation test this month and did get a positive result which was good to know. I am going to try using the clearblue digital test this month once my period is done. I am looking for some feedback/advice from anyone who has been in a similar situation, has one ovary and is trying/or is pregnant, and/or has had the leep procedure done. How long did you try to conceive? How was your pregnancy? High risk potential? etc etc.
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