TTC #2 in 2016!!!

So we always have wanted 2 kids and now that Eric will be 2 in less than 2 months (wow!!! where did the time go???) we have talked about ttc #2. We discussed trying naturally for a couple months since my cycle has somewhat normalized, given I have PCOS, the past year. If that fails then we will head back to the RE to do IVF. Sadly I have no more frosties. Olivia was from FET#1 and Eric is FET#2. I am not looking forward to another fresh cycle but we have to do it. Hopefully we wont need to see the RE. I have been temping and will use OPK’s so hopefully we will have rainbow #2!!!

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5 comments on “TTC #2 in 2016!!!
  1. nonsequiturchica says:

    Good luck! We started fairly soon after my daughter turned 1 thinking that it would take awhile. Crossing my fingers you don’t need to see your RE again!

  2. evelynnross says:

    I know this is going to sound absolutely and completely nuts, but after all we went through, we conceived our second naturally. I’ve yet to blog about it, because I’m trying to get the wording right, but it happened. I feel like it has a lot to do with the smoothies I was making myself. My cycles started getting closer and closer, and my hormones started leveling out (I could tell because my anxiety and depression started easing up on me). Every morning for a couple months, I’d have a smoothie that was half organic spinach, half a banana, a few strawberries, frozen blueberries, chia seeds, and water. I was just trying to get some extra nutrients into my horrendously hormonal body, but I ended up getting pregnant. I’m still in shock, actually. Maybe it was something else (although this was the only new thing in my life in the two years we’d been not using protection), but hey, it’s good for you anyway, so I say, give it a whirl! Good luck, and tons of baby vibes heading your way!

    • cindysn says:

      I drink smoothies now and added exercise to just feel better. I hope that it helps.

      • evelynnross says:

        I forgot, I has also been taking a B-Complex vitamin and magnesium for about nine months to help with the depression. That may have kick started something too! I am crossing all fingers and toes for you!

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