A thank you to all as I move to the pink board (but I will still read and support here)

A thank you to all as I move to the pink board (but I will still read and support here)

Bethphx
Bethphx

November 11th, 2011, 1:34 am #1

Ladies, I just had my 7 week scan today and all looks great and I am released from RE to ob/gyn. Of course I know that does not mean i am out of the woods yet, but it sure is nice to hear those words "you've graduated!" I want to take a moment to thank EVERYONE for the support throughout the past year. First with lining issues, I was given so many different ideas and protocols that might help and believe me I tried every single one. I ended up getting pregnant with a lining of about 5.6mm and barely a triple stripe. I guess you just never know. I hope that gives hope to the lining challenged. Audrey and e&h among others were great helps to me for ideas about lining. And then there were the slow rising betas...so many put in their two cents about positive outcomes (which that cycle turned out not to be) but I appreciated every comment during that stressful time. It was so nice to know you all were thinking of me and cared about each beta that I had. I have been at least lurking on the board for over two years and I plan to be on for support for many more! Thanks so much ladies!!!

Love,

Bethphx xoxoxooxoxo
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November 11th, 2011, 2:50 am #2

you said everything perfectly. enjoy your move. LMD
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November 11th, 2011, 4:15 am #3

Ladies, I just had my 7 week scan today and all looks great and I am released from RE to ob/gyn. Of course I know that does not mean i am out of the woods yet, but it sure is nice to hear those words "you've graduated!" I want to take a moment to thank EVERYONE for the support throughout the past year. First with lining issues, I was given so many different ideas and protocols that might help and believe me I tried every single one. I ended up getting pregnant with a lining of about 5.6mm and barely a triple stripe. I guess you just never know. I hope that gives hope to the lining challenged. Audrey and e&h among others were great helps to me for ideas about lining. And then there were the slow rising betas...so many put in their two cents about positive outcomes (which that cycle turned out not to be) but I appreciated every comment during that stressful time. It was so nice to know you all were thinking of me and cared about each beta that I had. I have been at least lurking on the board for over two years and I plan to be on for support for many more! Thanks so much ladies!!!

Love,

Bethphx xoxoxooxoxo
Enjoy "being in the pink"

Glad you'll still check on uis "wannabees" every now and again. Look forward to hearing about the birth of your little one!!

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November 11th, 2011, 11:57 am #4

Ladies, I just had my 7 week scan today and all looks great and I am released from RE to ob/gyn. Of course I know that does not mean i am out of the woods yet, but it sure is nice to hear those words "you've graduated!" I want to take a moment to thank EVERYONE for the support throughout the past year. First with lining issues, I was given so many different ideas and protocols that might help and believe me I tried every single one. I ended up getting pregnant with a lining of about 5.6mm and barely a triple stripe. I guess you just never know. I hope that gives hope to the lining challenged. Audrey and e&h among others were great helps to me for ideas about lining. And then there were the slow rising betas...so many put in their two cents about positive outcomes (which that cycle turned out not to be) but I appreciated every comment during that stressful time. It was so nice to know you all were thinking of me and cared about each beta that I had. I have been at least lurking on the board for over two years and I plan to be on for support for many more! Thanks so much ladies!!!

Love,

Bethphx xoxoxooxoxo
Wishing you all the best.
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November 11th, 2011, 12:38 pm #5

Ladies, I just had my 7 week scan today and all looks great and I am released from RE to ob/gyn. Of course I know that does not mean i am out of the woods yet, but it sure is nice to hear those words "you've graduated!" I want to take a moment to thank EVERYONE for the support throughout the past year. First with lining issues, I was given so many different ideas and protocols that might help and believe me I tried every single one. I ended up getting pregnant with a lining of about 5.6mm and barely a triple stripe. I guess you just never know. I hope that gives hope to the lining challenged. Audrey and e&h among others were great helps to me for ideas about lining. And then there were the slow rising betas...so many put in their two cents about positive outcomes (which that cycle turned out not to be) but I appreciated every comment during that stressful time. It was so nice to know you all were thinking of me and cared about each beta that I had. I have been at least lurking on the board for over two years and I plan to be on for support for many more! Thanks so much ladies!!!

Love,

Bethphx xoxoxooxoxo
It does work with thin lining and I'm glad to see that all is well with your pregnancy!!! So very happy for you. Wishing you a happy, healthy 9 months.

Congrats!

Audrey
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November 11th, 2011, 4:33 pm #6

Ladies, I just had my 7 week scan today and all looks great and I am released from RE to ob/gyn. Of course I know that does not mean i am out of the woods yet, but it sure is nice to hear those words "you've graduated!" I want to take a moment to thank EVERYONE for the support throughout the past year. First with lining issues, I was given so many different ideas and protocols that might help and believe me I tried every single one. I ended up getting pregnant with a lining of about 5.6mm and barely a triple stripe. I guess you just never know. I hope that gives hope to the lining challenged. Audrey and e&h among others were great helps to me for ideas about lining. And then there were the slow rising betas...so many put in their two cents about positive outcomes (which that cycle turned out not to be) but I appreciated every comment during that stressful time. It was so nice to know you all were thinking of me and cared about each beta that I had. I have been at least lurking on the board for over two years and I plan to be on for support for many more! Thanks so much ladies!!!

Love,

Bethphx xoxoxooxoxo
and I am very happy for your graduation. None of us know what the future holds so its great just to share in the experience. Congratulations and I am sure I will be post stalking you over on the pink board.
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Mrs. M
Mrs. M

November 12th, 2011, 12:11 am #7

Ladies, I just had my 7 week scan today and all looks great and I am released from RE to ob/gyn. Of course I know that does not mean i am out of the woods yet, but it sure is nice to hear those words "you've graduated!" I want to take a moment to thank EVERYONE for the support throughout the past year. First with lining issues, I was given so many different ideas and protocols that might help and believe me I tried every single one. I ended up getting pregnant with a lining of about 5.6mm and barely a triple stripe. I guess you just never know. I hope that gives hope to the lining challenged. Audrey and e&h among others were great helps to me for ideas about lining. And then there were the slow rising betas...so many put in their two cents about positive outcomes (which that cycle turned out not to be) but I appreciated every comment during that stressful time. It was so nice to know you all were thinking of me and cared about each beta that I had. I have been at least lurking on the board for over two years and I plan to be on for support for many more! Thanks so much ladies!!!

Love,

Bethphx xoxoxooxoxo
I lurk on the pink board and will look fwd to following your progress. I wish you a happy and healthy 33 weeks!
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November 12th, 2011, 5:26 am #8

Ladies, I just had my 7 week scan today and all looks great and I am released from RE to ob/gyn. Of course I know that does not mean i am out of the woods yet, but it sure is nice to hear those words "you've graduated!" I want to take a moment to thank EVERYONE for the support throughout the past year. First with lining issues, I was given so many different ideas and protocols that might help and believe me I tried every single one. I ended up getting pregnant with a lining of about 5.6mm and barely a triple stripe. I guess you just never know. I hope that gives hope to the lining challenged. Audrey and e&h among others were great helps to me for ideas about lining. And then there were the slow rising betas...so many put in their two cents about positive outcomes (which that cycle turned out not to be) but I appreciated every comment during that stressful time. It was so nice to know you all were thinking of me and cared about each beta that I had. I have been at least lurking on the board for over two years and I plan to be on for support for many more! Thanks so much ladies!!!

Love,

Bethphx xoxoxooxoxo
I too ws a lining challenged IFer. It is great to see the advice being passed down and that there are successful cycles for those of us with a less than perfect looking lining. Obviously, it was perfect enough. Congrats on your graduation over to the pink side. Enjoy the ride!
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Joined: December 8th, 2006, 11:41 pm

November 12th, 2011, 6:23 pm #9

Ladies, I just had my 7 week scan today and all looks great and I am released from RE to ob/gyn. Of course I know that does not mean i am out of the woods yet, but it sure is nice to hear those words "you've graduated!" I want to take a moment to thank EVERYONE for the support throughout the past year. First with lining issues, I was given so many different ideas and protocols that might help and believe me I tried every single one. I ended up getting pregnant with a lining of about 5.6mm and barely a triple stripe. I guess you just never know. I hope that gives hope to the lining challenged. Audrey and e&h among others were great helps to me for ideas about lining. And then there were the slow rising betas...so many put in their two cents about positive outcomes (which that cycle turned out not to be) but I appreciated every comment during that stressful time. It was so nice to know you all were thinking of me and cared about each beta that I had. I have been at least lurking on the board for over two years and I plan to be on for support for many more! Thanks so much ladies!!!

Love,

Bethphx xoxoxooxoxo
It's great to read of another graduating onto the pink. I wish you everything good. You deserve this.
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