Well our friends that are so secretive and that were checking on my old blog to find out my every move had a baby girl on Tuesday June 30. Her name is Hailey Marie 8lbs, 21 inches. I am happy for them. I really am.
I did have something personal to ask. If anyone has gone through what I have. This is the issue and I usually don't feel comfortable talking about this personal of stuff but I don't hear of anyone that goes through what I do and I want to see if it is normal for anyone else. So my period is about 5-6 days long and it is heavy and lots of cramps but the kicker is that a week before my period I start spotting the whole week before it and then comes the period. The spotting gets worse when I am doing work outside or exercising. This has been going on for at least 3 year but got a little worse in the past year after the invetro. Now I told my infertility specialist and she said it could be just my hormones but they kept track of all of that when I was going through the invetro. Yes I do have hypothyroid but I am tested every six months and on meds for it and it is within normal range. I have asked my ob too and he doesn't see anything wrong with that but tells me I could go on birth control but when you are on that I am scared to increase my risk of cancer because now with my dad passing from cancer and also with the pill you gain weight and I don't always feel so good on it. So I told my ob that I didn't want to do that and he said that would be the only thing to regulate it. I told him but period is regulated it comes when it needs to but I spot when any activity happens and they it stays with me. I feel like I only have 2 weeks without a pad and then another 2 weeks with a pad. It stinks. I have never heard anyone with this problem. As you know when you go through infertility they do billions of test to rule everything out and a ton of blood work and they didn't find anything but an under active thyroid. Just wondering if anyone goes through this or knows someone who went through it and is it normal. Thanks for listening.