Hi, my name is Beth and my husband and I just decided last weekend to start trying to have our second child. I have one daughter from a previous marriage who is going to be 10 in a month and my youngest daughter is going to be 1 in a week. We wanted to try one more time to see if a little boy is in our future, but another girl would be just as much of a blessing. It took us almost 6 months to conceive with my youngest and I was just starting to get frustrated when I found out the news. I hope all of you have good luck and I'm looking forward to sharing the journey with all of you awesome ladies.
Hello, My husband and I recently decided to start TTC. I have Multiple Sclerosis and take a medicine called Tysabri which I will need to stop for 6 months before TTC. I had my last infusion on Feb 15th. That is my last one so that we can start TTC in September! I am anxious to start though since my MS could come back while I"m off of meds. I've heard that women with MS do good during pregnancy though so hopefully I will be healthy until then! Your prayers/good vibes/thoughts are greatly appreciated during my waiting period...
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