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  1. #361
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    Thank you, @whit! I will definitely do that.

  2. #363
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    Personal update: I received a bit of encouraging news today. I called my insurance company and discovered that they DO cover infertility screening, and there is NO stipulation on how long we have to try conceiving before pursuing medical help. The plan I'm on doesn't cover any type of infertility treatment (which is fine because I'm switching plans in August anyway), but they do cover diagnostic testing for infertility up to the point of a diagnosis. I clarified that we have not been trying for a full year, and the spokeswoman assured me that there is no such regulation in this plan regarding how soon I can go for testing.

    So I went ahead and scheduled my annual exam for mid-April (which gives us another month to try anyway), and I'll see if my OBGYN is willing to begin any type infertility testing given my past pelvic injuries. I'll be seeing a new OBGYN but she's in the same system as all my other doctors, and I left a message requesting that she look into the details of my accident-related injuries and speak with the OBGYN who performed my surgery about the likelihood of pelvic adhesions and blocked Fallopian tubes, or any other possible fertility issues that may not have been detected. (As I'm leaving this message with the secretary, the secretary is like, "Oh, I remember you! I remember your story!" I get comfort in knowing that my entire healthcare system knows me and is sympathetic. ) As for right now, I'm still crampy and waiting for AF to show up. We'll have one more cycle to try before my appointment.

    Anybody else have anything exciting to share? Who's in the two-week wait?

  3. #365
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    That is encouraging, skarbassoona. Thanks for sharing! How often were you breastfeeding when you got pregnant with your youngest two?

    That is good news, alzora! I know, for me, planning ahead/taking steps to figure things out can help me feel more in control of largely "uncontrollable" situations.

    I am on CD29 (I think around 9DPO). Still waiting to see what happens in the next few days...thinking I might test on Saturday if AF hasn't arrived.

  4. #367
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    Thanks, kate_bev. The office actually just called me back and gave me a referral to a fertility specialist (whose office is closed for the day so I'll schedule it tomorrow). Hope it's not a six-month wait! Are you feeling any fatigue or nausea yet? Fingers crossed for you!

  5. #369
    Quote Originally Posted by kate_bev View Post
    How often were you breastfeeding when you got pregnant with your youngest two?
    I honestly can't remember. At that age I am pretty sure I was feeding in the morning, naptime, bedtime and then various times throughout the night. I wouldn't say that they were getting very much nourishment from nursing at that age, they ate solids foods very well and mostly used nursing as a comfort. The baby I have now is a much pickier eater and likes to nurse more.


    CD 33 and still waiting.
    Mom to Henry, Mollie, Gideon, and expecting Clark Ebenezer in November.

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