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I think it's just the ups and downs of hormones. I have heard the higher the progesterone the more full the b00bies are. Hopefully, I will hear some upbeat statistics this time. Good for you in doing the "preconception consultation". I hope you find a more positive DR too, because this is so emotional for us as it is! I guess the goal here is to find a DR who is compassionate and positive to balance out the daunting stats we are faced with. Though I will say it is much more worrisome with all the testing that they do.
Although, my progesterone level is 32.8 and mine isn't painful. That is all the info I can give you, I hope it helps! You need a doctor that makes you feel at ease not walk on pins and needles just because of your age! Now that you have your prenatals, relax, and start trying! I have an appt with a new one as well, but she wouldn't see me until my 8-10th week. MANY women actually a large amount are having or starting families after the age of 35!!!!!!!!!!! I am 38 and 8wk pregnant, with my 4th my other kids are 8ds 19dd 22ds.
This doc said IVF with an egg donor would be my only option.
Saw another specialist who was more hopeful, but still was told the odds of using my own eggs were against me because of my age. But it's scary too because on my first trip to the OBGYN all he did was tell me all the risks and the terrible things that can happen, with nothing positive to balance that info out.
I did have the sore boobs although it kind of came and went. Yeah you may wanna swithc DR's you really want someone in your corner being positive. The pain is normal as long as there is no bleeding. happy and healthy pregnancy The risks he warned me about were the down syndrome stats, chromosomal abnormalitites, and various pregnancy complications he said that come with my 'advanced age'. and welcome to the oldies...Kelly Kelly, Thanks for your post! I am almost 36 years old and my husband and I are trying to have a baby. I was overjoyed when I found out I was pregnant again in September.
I'm glad that you're switching to another dr who will be more upbeat about pregnancy in the 40s. Yeah you may wanna swithc DR's you really want someone in your corner being positive. The pain is normal as long as there is no bleeding. I think those are "standard" complications, but they increase with age. We were married (the lst for both of us) a few years ago (age 33). We waited four months to try again based on my ob's advice to wait three cycles. I keep hearing comments from non-medical folks and doctors alike....
I know that there are lots of scary stats out there, but there are tons of success stories as well. Wendy, I'm almost 8 weeks pg and am 44 although this isn't my 1st pregnancy. Well good luck to you, know there is alot of here in your same shoes, so post here with any questions or comments. I am too and would love to get the name of your OBGYN, if you are happy with them. With regards to brest soreness share your experience, but am trying not to be too concerneed. Hello Ladies, I have been reading your posts and have gotten the nerve to post something for myself.
I would have thought that my breasts would become MORE sore as time goes on, and not less sore. But I too have night sweats and that can be annoying!!As long as it isn't a burning or very painful twitch then I would think you are fine. A fancy way of saying that I need some questions answered. Don't think just because a DR is female that they have a more nurturing bed side manner--- mine didn't. I am seeing a new DR next week for a "preconception consultation". I guess the goal here is to find a DR who is compassionate and positive to balance out the daunting stats we are faced with.As far as the breast thing, mine hurt every so often, sometimes it's like they are full to the gill and then they don't have a pain one. Hopefully, I will hear some upbeat statistics this time. A fancy way of saying that I need some questions answered. Don't think just because a DR is female that they have a more nurturing bed side manner--- mine didn't. I have an appt with a new one as well, but she wouldn't see me until my 8-10th week. Good to know, so I don't have any expectations.In other cases, we won't have tissue to pass: maybe we are very young, very stressed, very low in estrogen (breastfeeding or training for a marathon), very old. I'm almost 5 weeks pregnant (my first time) and am 43. I was told that I would never be able to have my own baby after getting back really high FSH levels.