I'm excited it's ICLW! I'm again a little late. Not AF late, but posting late. We're two days into ICLW, and I'm just now writing. We've had so much happen in the past few weeks, that I haven't found the time to write.
Welcome to my blog! Mucho gusto :)
Here's a little bit about our current TTC roller-coaster.
We're 20-month experts on the thing called 'baby dancing'... Ha... We met a fabulous RE in January, and he has done a series of test - including blood work and a saline infused sonography. On my saline infused sonography he saw something that he found alarming. Dr. B suspected Asherman's Syndrome (scar tissue) in my uterus. He sent me to a specialist to get a Hysteroscopy a few weeks ago. (It actually wasn't too bad. At least not as painful as the HSG). At the Hysteroscopy, the doc took a few pictures and within a few minutes she revealed that there was no scar tissue to be found! What?!?! Ghost scar tissue? I have no idea how it just disappeared. Maybe the wheatgrass? Maybe the prayers? Probably both. I don't know.
DH and I were glad to find out that all is well with my uterus. Now we're back to square 'uno' and trying to figure out square 'dos'. It's like the game of Twister. Our bodies have to undergo so much testing and most time requires a little maneuvering. We have to maneuver every.single.part of our life to try to find a baby at the end of this frustrating game. Will it be next cycle?
DH's 3rd semen analysis came back okay. Again, not fantastic, but average. Count was great, motility could be better. We're thinking about doing an unmedicated IUI sometime in the next few months. If that doesn't work, square 'tres' will be a medicated IUI. If that doesn't work, well, we'll see...
We timed BD this month. Everything looked great - weather (cm), and everything else ;). I'm currently 10 dpo. I still haven't tested. On 5 and 6 dpo I felt some cramping and twinges. I almost had a little party, but then checked myself back to reality. I want to be hopeful, but I don't want to get my hopes up because it just hurts too much to be disappointed yet again. I haven't had any other symptoms besides the ones on those two days.
Either way, we keep on chugging. I'm giving my uterus a little pep talk right now - my new nickname for my 'u' is the 'little uterus that could.' After all the test and intrusive examinations, she's still chugging along working like she's supposed to... well, besides not being able to house a little embryo, but I'm not gonna hold it against her. At least not this time.
We'll be there some day. Oh shucks, here I go being hopeful again. It's a roller-coaster.
Good luck to all of you! I hope I have time to visit new blogs this week. I really want to get to know more of you awesome ladies... and gents.