AskBaby Talk > IVF & Sterilisation Reversal > Getting Pregnant After Sterilisation Reversal - Part 3
Posted: Mon Jun 15, 2009 9:19 pm
hi girls wel im now officially late ( or am i? lol not sure as my cycle is never regular). Im on lp day 14 which is the longest ive had since charting the last 4 months, im also on day 29 of my cycle- i have an average of 24 ( it was 22 days last month)! I did ovulate late day 15 ( as opposed to day 9 the month before) but still its late for me.
Temps still high but not climbing. No sore boobs or anything though. Did a cheap ebay test this morning -ve ( mind did go to the loo at 4 and then tests at 7 but thought due day past it would show up if i was????).
Anyway brought FRER today so will test tomorrow. So excited now but not hopeful if that makes sense as dont feel pregnant at all!!! Will be really disappointed tomorrow when i get a -ve cos i know that will right result.
I thought from my chart id got an implanation dip 5 days after so surely 14days past would be showing on internet cheapie? Mind did have the very very slightest of brown discharge on sat for an hour- could this be implanation at day 12? Chart doesnt show it.
Any comments greatly received i can see im not going to sleep much tonight .
Not sure how to do the link thing so you can see my chart- sorry
Posted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 5:30 am
Ahhh hun I'm keeping everything crossed for you !!
From what I believe days 10 to 15 ( the average is 12 ) for implantation, I had the same very slight brown with all three of my pregnancies - really excited for you hun keep us posted !
Luck and baby dust
Posted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 6:31 am
just a quick update- havent bothered testing. Tempertaure took a nose dose this morning to below cover line so AF on way
Thanks Donna- would have been nice- i think i'll content myself with i might have been but it didnt stick for some reason- at least then i can draw comfort from the thought the op did work and theres hope for the future ( even thought the ebay cheapie was -ve yesterday lol).
Posted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 8:20 am
sorry watsit bfn dont give up hope till she arrives it will happen sometime hun
well i feel awful today upset stomach need to go to work he ll go crazy if i dont
i was off yesterday with this but today and tomorrow are our busyest days so will have
to struggle in i think
hi anna julie how are you today?
Posted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 9:01 am
sorry whatisit. Dont give up hun. xxxxxxxx
Claire, sorry youre still not feeling well - they can have your illness - it will serve them right! xxx
Well i'm not pg this month. Just have to wait now. tbh i wasn't expecting anything, just have to wait for af so i can start my clomid.
Our baby Eleanor lost 6 Apr 10
Posted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 9:19 pm
JoJo I only stayed in nuffield over night and was out the next day as soon as i could have a wee. Recovery was slow and sore at points when i found i was doing too much.
Plenty of rest is ideal. Felt pretty bloated afterwards and belly was swollen.
Hope this helps any questions hun just ask
Posted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 10:08 pm
Thanks everyone for your support. Its hard when no one else knows but you and OH. He just says what will be will be- i say he doesnt have to live with it as much as me- im holding off booking my summer holdings cos dont want to be abroad and be at the critical 6 weeks in case of ep ( i should be so lucky to be in a postion to worry about it!).
Can i ask when Julie, or anyone else that has had lap and dye hsg how long did you wait to have it done? Could you get it on NHS? Do you need general with lap and dye and not with HSG? How much was it?
Sorry so many questions.
I think the thing that bothers me most is not knowing if im wasting my time each month. I think if i knew tubes were open and not gettin BFP cos its not meant to be ,eggs too old OH sperm not right shape etc i think i could live with that but not knowing if its a waste of time and effort is driving me nuts
Posted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 10:11 pm
sorry meant to add now ive finished ranting Claire hope youre feeling better. Anna is that at your sons new school? shouldnt they be looking out for the new kids? Thats really terrible.
Julie sorry youre out this month but probably a good thing - give your body another month to recover and you time to gather your strength before you start on the roller coaster again. Hugs .
Posted: Wed Jun 17, 2009 5:49 am
Hope everyone is doing ok and working on those BFP's. I went for my consultant appt with the fertility clinic at Hinchingbrook hospital yesterday expecting doctor to try and fob me off, and go on about my age and menopause etc and I couldn't have been more wrong. he was bloody fantastic. He straight away said that whilst he acknowledged 3 pregnancy tests and therefore probable pregnancies in order to do the best for me he is going to put a question mark next to them because it then allowed him to treat me in all directions.
So he ordered complete screening of bloods to check just about everything, a new sperm count (sorry Paul and a HSG exam. He then said once all those tests are in we can then sit down with a course of action.
Still not had a period since last BFP and bleed in May although doc said not unusual, although previously body has snapped back into cycle.
so, as soon as AF comes I can book HSG to see if tubes have a defect.
Posted: Wed Jun 17, 2009 6:43 am
hi lynn sounds like the doc you seen is going to be good for you hun
glad your finally getting somewhere at least now you ll know if there is
a problem or not fx everything is ok for you
well im feeling better today prob sweated it out yesterday at work then i had my pick ups
to do then i was ironing to 12 last night
working early today so catch up with you later
hi anna julie hope your ok
Posted: Wed Jun 17, 2009 11:28 am
Post subject: hinchingbrook
gald you had positive consultation, I had my reversal done there Feb '08 by Mr Abdael-Rahman.
He was brilliant very positive and completely understanding I travelled from Warrington to him as the others I saw just fobbed me off with age etc and told my only chance was IVF !! He saw it from my point of view that a chance everymonth was more worth while than thousands spent for a very small chance. He even did the reversal by lap instead of open for me.
I am 39 and still not pregnant (16 months post op) and am just trying to decide what to do next - Can't go and see Mr Rahman as I'm now living in Bulgaria, thinking of e-mailing for advice though. Want to avoid drugs if at all possible, think my systems had enough [*@!#%*] and interference to last two life times
Anyway Good luck with the tests hun
Congats to all the BFP's and for the rest of us enjoy the BD