Hi everyone! I am new to the site and am looking forward to meeting new friends and hopefully sharing and getting some good advice. Let me introduce myself. My name is Stephanie and I have been married to Ryan for almost 7 yrs and we have been TTC for 6 yrs naturally. I had a HSG in Feb 2003 and got pregnant right after, we were so happy. Then I miscarried towards the end of March and we were devistated. My Dr put me on clomid, each month the dose went up. Towards the end of my 5th cycle she went out on maternity leave and another Dr took my case. When I called for my 6th cycle the Dr asked me if I had scheduled an u/s .. I said no and asked why. She told me that I should have been having a monthly u/s to monitor me. So I scheduled one and come to find out that the clomid was not working at all. AND with that amount of clomid and no monitoring my ovaries could have been permanantely damaged (luckily they werent). So I lost faith in Drs. I've tried accupuncture and while it was wonderful it didn't help. So I have gone to a new Dr and he is wonderful. He was appalled at the Dr I used to go to . My Dr thinks I have endo and wants to schedule a lap. I am currently waiting for my new insurance to kick in before scheduling one. Sooooo .. that is my story. I hope to be able to share more and any thoughts or advice are very welcome! Blessings to everyone!
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