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Rosan Show
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Wondering

Post by Rosan Show » Wed Oct 25, 2017 3:34 pm

Hi everyone, my name is Rosan and I am in a complete mess.There are a lot of things on my mind these days and the most important of them is if I am able to become a mother after all..I am 32 years old and I've been trying to conceive for almost 3 years now with not one single positive pregnancy test in that time.I saw a fertility expert five months ago and he discovered two basic problems that stop me from conceiving.The first thing was that I had a underactive thyroid which I am now in thyroxine treatment for.
The second was endometriosis and we decided on having a laparoscopy in order to remove it. The surgeon found a moderate endo and thank God, was able to get rid of most of it and he said my tubes were absolutely fine and vital.
I'm no at my home recovering but am sat here wondering what will happen now.Has anyone conceived after their lap and dye? Did anyone have to have any other treatment afterward?I am a little bit afraid of all this strange situation cause all I really want is to become a mother and I will do whatever it takes to it.That's why the lap was done as we found there was an issue.I am looking forward to reading your experiences.Wishing you all the best.Take care.

Suzzana
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Post by Suzzana » Mon Oct 30, 2017 11:05 am

Hi there. I am so sorry for what you are going through. I can tell you dealing with infertility is such a hard task. 3 years with no kids is painful. I hope your husband is supportive. You require encouragement more than ever. With such results and the medication. I hope everything will be alright. I know of a friend who was suffering from endometriosis. It was not a walk in the park. Actually her case was different. She was married for 5 years. The search TTC was so intense. Every hospital that she went she was told that she had no problem. It took the 5th clinic to establish her problem. She was told it was endometriosis. She was so broken. All the money she spent seeking medical attention and they could not realize that. Hopefully she went for treatment and was optimistic. It was such a journey tat she had to undergo. As I write now this to you she is a mother. I hope this story motivates you. Just know you are not alone. There are a lot of people out there going through the same problem. It is good that you had the courage to speak out. Just be optimistic that the treatment will work out and it will.

Katie1777
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Post by Katie1777 » Mon Nov 06, 2017 1:02 pm

Hello, Rosan. I hope you are doing great! I am so sorry to hear what you had to say about your current situation. I can imagine how tough TTC might have been on you. I have been TTC for 3 years myself. So, I totally get what your are feeling and why. I am so glad that you got checked out and you know what your problem is. So, you are in thyroxine treatment for you under-active thyroid. I know having two treatments going at the same time is laborious, and mentally taxing. However, you should also stay positive. Just think about all the other woman who have unexplained infertility. I mean that is literally the worst. Regarding your endometriosis, as I pointed out earlier I have a friend who had them .She also went through laparoscopy to remove it. So, you can rest assured that you are going thru the right treatments. Recuperations calls for patience and perseverance. So, try to take everything at face value. Focus on the bigger picture. That way you can ensure you are in a better frame of mind. I wish you good luck with both of your treatments.

Krista
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Post by Krista » Tue Nov 14, 2017 5:33 pm

Hi, how are you? I understand you are desperate to become a mother. However, it is not easy in some situations. You need to be little patient. If you have gone through so many such procedures then i would advise you to wait for some time. Human body sometimes is unable to endure so many changes at a time. Give your body some time. Good luck.

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Post by callisy » Wed Nov 15, 2017 2:01 pm

Some studies suggest that using hormone therapy after surgery can make the pain-free period longer by preventing the growth of new or returning endometriosis.
If infertility is your primary concern, your doctor will probably use laparoscopy to look for and remove signs of endometriosis. Research has not firmly proved that removing mild endometriosis improves fertility.For moderate to severe endometriosis, surgery will improve your chances of pregnancy.In some severe cases, a fertility specialist will recommend skipping surgical removal and using in vitro fertilization.After laparoscopy, your next steps depend on how severe your endometriosis is and your age. If you are older than 35, egg quality declines and miscarriage risk increases with each passing year. In that case, your doctor may recommend infertility treatment, such as fertility drugs, insemination, or in vitro fertilization. If you are younger, consider trying to conceive without infertility treatment.

Stephanie Johns
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Post by Stephanie Johns » Fri Nov 17, 2017 7:35 pm

Hey, My mother had endometriosis and she had a hard time conceiving us. She tells us that she underwent surgery for endometriosis as laproscopy was not available back then. If it even was available, it would not have been an option for her because of financial constraints. After the surgical removal of the endometriosis, she was determined as a healthy woman without any fertility issues. The surgery gt my mom scared and she was scared of giving birth to a child. The surgery as she quotes was a nightmare. But after three months of regular counseling by my grandmother, she was able to conceive and give birth to beautiful kids including me :D You will do it too!

Katie1777
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Post by Katie1777 » Mon Nov 20, 2017 4:54 am

Hello, Rason! I am so sorry to hear about your experience. 3 years of TTC is hard. I have been a TTC for 3 years myself. So, really can sympathize with what you said. Underactive thryoid, as you can see, prevents women from conceiving. It is good to see that you are going through thyronixe treatment for this. I love that you have been able to identify your problem and decided to take this head-on. Regarding endometriosis, it is good to see you are going with laparoscopy for it. Great to hear that you see progress in your treatment. I have a friend Sasha, who went through laparoscopy to remove her endometriosis. She conceived successfully, and delivered her baby last week. We are so happy for her! So, I also hope everything will work out for you too. Just keep us in the loop.
Overall, you are gong in the right direction with all this. I can;t wait to hear your success story. Just keep it going!

Meghan
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Post by Meghan » Sun Nov 26, 2017 6:01 pm

I understand your feelings. Every woman wants to become a mother. It is indeed an amazing feeling. Few of us get this happiness early and few get it late. It is okay. I understand waiting is not easy. However, logically thinking I would advise you to think over it. It is not easy. It takes some time. Be patient. Everything will be fine. You will get a good news soon.

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Post by Brittany K. » Sun Dec 24, 2017 2:09 pm

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Post by lulia » Mon Dec 25, 2017 12:51 pm

Hey Rosan. How are you? I know you must be lonely without kids. Life without kids is miserable. Three years without children, no one can tolerate this. You need to have hope in yourself. Believe in yourself honey. Take care!

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