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    Losing hope. clomid/heartshaped uterus/ hsg /pcos
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    nlj627 posted:
    This is the first time in my life posting to a chat board but I am losing hope and could really use someone ANYONE! to talk to about it. My husband and I have been ttc for a little over a year. About 6months ago I had a horrible pain and ended up having surgery for a cyst that had ruptured and was causing internal bleeding.. it was about 8in long and about as big around as a soft ball. It was terrifying but it started our journey because from there they realized there was alot of other things wrong. From there I have been doing testing to find out why I havent gotten pregnant yet. I found out that I have pcos.. then my doctor said ok thats an easy fix.. we can give you clomid and you will be pregnant.. lets just do some toher tests first to make sure everything else is ok. I did an HSG 3 days ago (horrible pain!!). My left tube was blocked but the dye unblocked it. I also had a kidney ultrasound (still waiting on results) and I also found out that I have a very messed up uterus. Its heartshaped/tilted/backwards and turned on its side. I am supposed to go to a fertility expert but still waiting on the approval from tricare.. it should be in this week. My husband is in the navy on submarines so he is typically home 5ish months and gone 3ish. He is gone right now and its really hard for me to deal with this. He has a daughter from a previous relationship (she is my whole world!!) so its hard for him to understand how i feel sometimes but he trys so hard and I know that he feels the pain of wanting a child just as much as I do. With him gone we dont really get communication so I cant talk to him and I just dont know what else to do. I feel like every time I overcome one hurdle there is another one right infront of me. Some days I am positive and others I just lose all hope. I want to be pregnant and have a child more than anything in this world and I just feel so scared that it may never happen. My husband comes home in a few months and hopefully if all goes well all of the doctors will say everything is ok enough to start the clomid and hopefully it works!! Is there anyone out there that can relate to this at all with any positive advice? Thank you just for reading this I know it is long but it feels so good just to let it all out!Thanks for your Reply!0 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This | Share this:Losing hope.. clomid/pcos/hsg/heart-shaped uterus This is the first time in my life posting to a chat board but I am losing hope and could really use someone ANYONE! to talk to about it. My husband and I have been ttc for a little over a year. About 6months ago I had a horrible pain and ended up having surgery for a cyst that had ruptured and was causing internal bleeding.. it was about 8in long and about as big around as a soft ball. It was terrifying but it started our journey because from there they realized there was alot of other things wrong. From there I have been doing testing to find out why I havent gotten pregnant yet. I found out that I have pcos.. then my doctor said ok thats an easy fix.. we can give you clomid and you will be pregnant.. lets just do some toher tests first to make sure everything else is ok. I did an HSG 3 days ago (horrible pain!!). My left tube was blocked but the dye unblocked it. I also had a kidney ultrasound (still waiting on results) and I also found out that I have a very messed up uterus. Its heartshaped/tilted/backwards and turned on its side. I am supposed to go to a fertility expert but still waiting on the approval from tricare.. it should be in this week. My husband is in the navy on submarines so he is typically home 5ish months and gone 3ish. He is gone right now and its really hard for me to deal with this. He has a daughter from a previous relationship (she is my whole world!!) so its hard for him to understand how i feel sometimes but he trys so hard and I know that he feels the pain of wanting a child just as much as I do. With him gone we dont really get communication so I cant talk to him and I just dont know what else to do. I feel like every time I overcome one hurdle there is another one right infront of me. Some days I am positive and others I just lose all hope. I want to be pregnant and have a child more than anything in this world and I just feel so scared that it may never happen. My husband comes home in a few months and hopefully if all goes well all of the doctors will say everything is ok enough to start the clomid and hopefully it works!! Is there anyone out there that can relate to this at all with any positive advice? Thank you just for reading this I know it is long but it feels so good just to let it all out!
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