My story after i was told i wouldnt ever have a child
So i thought id post this to help other ladies ..when i was younger (im now 37) i was told i had endometriosis and cysts on my ovarys and after a few years of trying and umpteen gyne appointments i heard the news i was dreading. .you probably wont be able to conceive naturally ..i was deverstated. .BUT im not one to give up ..so i walked away with my mind set to prove them wrong ..with that said i wondered if the opks i was doing from day 14 were maybe to late or early ..so i started to opk on the first day of my period ..sure enough 3 days into a major heavy flow i got that smiling face ..so the oh at the time didnt mind a bit of blood sport so ..day 3 of a 4-8 day period i got busy ..exactly 2 weeks after i did the BD i started to feel funny ..tender breasts nausea like i was going to vomit at work ..i was terrified to test ..i bought a two pack and in the public toilets in our super market i peed on the stick ..BUT dropped it down the loo ????..i took it out and to my surprise saw what i thought was a neg result ..i decided id wait until i got home to test ..especially as AF wasnt even due for another week and a half ..so i got home and POAS again ..i remember my front door knocking as it was a parcel for a neighbour ..i got back upstairs and sure enough there was a BFP ..i couldnt believe it ..i had fallen pregnant ON MY PERIOD ..9months later gave birth to a bouncing baby boy ..
4 Comments • 1 year ago
Amazing. I think this is going to be my story this cycle. My husband and I have been ttc 6years. This cycle i went back to opk testing. The app here says that I ovulated on the 26th. But I got my peak on the 21st. I had two days of low and on the 3rd day i got my peak. I had started taking Serrapeptase and Chinese tea two days before I started testing. I really think the Chinese tea is what caused my peak so soon. I'm 6 dpo today. I will be 9 dpo on Saturday. I will be testing on the 7th of April.
1 year ago • Edited
That is a crazy story! Congratulations. I was told my husband and I only have a 0-6% chance per month, and we are 'unexplained,' although I also have PCOS and he has low morph/motility. We finally just did IVF with ICSI, and we opted for frozen transfer instead of fresh for genetic testing. It finally worked for us. I bet I will never conceive naturally like you did though. It's like my body has no idea how to ovulate on its own, but is very sensitive to meds. I made like 24 eggs on the smallest dose of injectables! Strange huh...
1 year ago
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