Getting Pregnant

The first trimester of pregnancy is a time filled with excitement and celebration. But it can also be a period of difficult changes, both physical and emotional. From morning sickness to mood swings, the first trimester is unlike any other, and we at Pregnancy Stories want to hear about it! Keep us informed about your first pregnancy experiences, especially those pregnancy symptoms, fetal development, and, of course, your baby's first ultrasound! We can't wait to hear from you!


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How it worked


It took us a few months of trying with my first to get pregnant. What finally worked for us was just staying in bed a little longer after we had "tried." I layed there with a pillow under my hips for at least an hour each day (5 days surrounding ovulation), and that's when I finally got pregnant.
We had a second the same way.
We got pregnant a third time using the same method, but lost that baby. Tried again, lost that baby.
We are going to try again sometime, but I don't really know when.
Good luck to you all!

Amy






need help

Hi
i am 22 years old and just got married in sept. 07. My husband is 36 and we have spent 9 months trying to get pregnant, we heard about clear blue easy fertility monitor and decided to give it a try. We used it for a month and i am pretty sure that I conceived sometime around the 28th of may. AF is due to arrive tommorrow June 10th, but I have had sore heavy feeling breast and major stomach cramping since about four days past ovulation. I took a pregnancy test strip on Thursday June 5th and it came out faintly positive, u can c the result line really well though, so Im not quite sure what to expect. i am hopihng that I am going to have a baby, we have been trying so hard for soooooo long. My basal temp seems to be really elevated too.
If anyone has any answers i would be very happy. I am a christian women so no profanity please!!!!!

torrie






So Close

Last year around the end of July, I was on Loestrin. I never got my period for that month, and that raised the eyebrows of many people. I went to the doctor they took me off my medicine and told me if I didn't get my period don't start the next month of pills. So after that, still no period. I took 4 HPT, and the pregnancy tests in the Dr. Office. Still negative... They finally did a blood test. And nothing. So they put me on Pervera, and behold Aunt Flo was here....

I will admit it was sad. I was sort of tickled to think of a life growing inside of me that would be all mine.

I was 15 then, I got put on Ortho Trycyclin and I am waiting until I am a few years older so I can bring my baby into a happier place. :)

Babydust to all! You are in my prayers!

Kristen






Trying to keep my spirits up

I feel truely blessed I have three wonderful girls and after ALOT of convincing my husband agreed we should try 1 more, I started off with the idea that it would take just a few months but every month that goes by and it doesn't happen I think maybe I'm pushing my luck.
It's not that I'm unhappy with the family I have but just always felt like I should be taking care of one more. I'ts been four months of trying and no luck, should I do something diffrent?

Angela






This is for urban goddess

You need to go to the doctor. The symptoms you have could possibly be a ectopic pregnancy.

The early signs are:

Pain in the lower abdomen, and inflammation (Pain may be confused with a strong stomach pain, it may also feel as a strong cramp)
Pain while urinating
Pain and discomfort, usually mild. A corpus luteum on the ovary in a normal pregnancy may give very similar symptoms.
Vaginal bleeding, usually mild. An ectopic pregnancy is usually a failing pregnancy and falling levels of progesterone from the corpus luteum on the ovary cause withdrawal bleeding. This can be indistinguishable from an early miscarriage or the 'implantation bleed' of a normal early pregnancy.
Pain while having a bowel movement
Patients with a late ectopic pregnancy typically experience pain and bleeding. This bleeding will be both vaginal and internal and has two discrete pathophysiologic mechanisms.

tanya







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