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Jennifer1981
05-11-2007, 02:52 PM
I wasn't really too sure where to post this. I need some suggestions...

Well, I thought this past month I would try one last time to conceive. I switched to Mucinex instead of Robitussin and drank (7) 12 oz. glasses of water a day along with my (3) 12 oz. glasses of milk. Yes, I was desperate...

Well, it was another month nothing short of disappointment. My cervical mucus was just as abnormal as ever. Actually, it was one of the worser months. I ovulated this past Monday. When I realized it, the tears just streamed down my face uncontrolably. Jake felt so bad and held me close for what seemed centuries. I was/am brokenhearted. <img src="i/expressions/brokenheart.gif" border="0">

So we talked about it. I told him everything I did this month, including guzzling plain water like it was going out style. And for those of you, I don't care for plain water at all. I was so determined to do as much right as possible - for nothing. Plus, I actually felt sick while on the Mucinex and ended up trashing it. I don't know how you people can take that??? I felt absolutely losey on it.

Anyway, I made a promise to myself and to him - TO START MOVING ON... That meant no more Robitussin, Mucinex, or anything else like it. No more crying and disappointment. No more "getting over it only to jump back on the baby bandwagon" a few days later. And to avoid the PREGNANCY SECTION more to avoid upset. TIME FOR CHANGE...

One of the most important changes was to start exercising again. I stopped 1.5 years ago when we decided to try and conceive. I was afraid it would have prevented me from conceiving. At the time, I was running 3.5 miles/ 5 days a week with an FEV1 of 75%.

Well, I started getting back in shape Wednesday. Now, I am considered a beginner so I only walked for 1 hour Wednesday and today. I messed with the speeds on the treadmill but never exceeded a brisk walk. Didn't do too bad, I guess - 2.85 miles. I use to do 3.5 miles in 40 minutes with mostly running. Anyway leading to my thread question, I noticed that both days after my workout that I had a pinkish discharge. Almost like spotting put not even that much. Also, I'm somewhat crampy afterwards for a few hours. I was thinking just maybe since I have such abnormal mucus down there that I was actually breaking stuff up and out down there. Does that make sense??? And "no", I'm not on the "baby bandwagon" again by any means. Do you think by working out it's breaking stuff up down there? I mentioned it to Jake today, who agrees with me.

When I worked out 2 years ago with the 3.5 miles, I did start to have two periods a month while on the pill. I was on the same pill for 10 years so my doctors weren't too sure if it was the pill or the workout. I ended up stopping the pill one month later to conceive so it didn't matter in the end. Plus, I stopped working out. My cycles are perfect so whatever was going on worked out in the end.

But I'm only walking now not running. I still think it is cleaning related vs. anything else. What do you think?<img src="i/expressions/rose.gif" border="0">

Jennifer1981
05-11-2007, 02:52 PM
I wasn't really too sure where to post this. I need some suggestions...

Well, I thought this past month I would try one last time to conceive. I switched to Mucinex instead of Robitussin and drank (7) 12 oz. glasses of water a day along with my (3) 12 oz. glasses of milk. Yes, I was desperate...

Well, it was another month nothing short of disappointment. My cervical mucus was just as abnormal as ever. Actually, it was one of the worser months. I ovulated this past Monday. When I realized it, the tears just streamed down my face uncontrolably. Jake felt so bad and held me close for what seemed centuries. I was/am brokenhearted. <img src="i/expressions/brokenheart.gif" border="0">

So we talked about it. I told him everything I did this month, including guzzling plain water like it was going out style. And for those of you, I don't care for plain water at all. I was so determined to do as much right as possible - for nothing. Plus, I actually felt sick while on the Mucinex and ended up trashing it. I don't know how you people can take that??? I felt absolutely losey on it.

Anyway, I made a promise to myself and to him - TO START MOVING ON... That meant no more Robitussin, Mucinex, or anything else like it. No more crying and disappointment. No more "getting over it only to jump back on the baby bandwagon" a few days later. And to avoid the PREGNANCY SECTION more to avoid upset. TIME FOR CHANGE...

One of the most important changes was to start exercising again. I stopped 1.5 years ago when we decided to try and conceive. I was afraid it would have prevented me from conceiving. At the time, I was running 3.5 miles/ 5 days a week with an FEV1 of 75%.

Well, I started getting back in shape Wednesday. Now, I am considered a beginner so I only walked for 1 hour Wednesday and today. I messed with the speeds on the treadmill but never exceeded a brisk walk. Didn't do too bad, I guess - 2.85 miles. I use to do 3.5 miles in 40 minutes with mostly running. Anyway leading to my thread question, I noticed that both days after my workout that I had a pinkish discharge. Almost like spotting put not even that much. Also, I'm somewhat crampy afterwards for a few hours. I was thinking just maybe since I have such abnormal mucus down there that I was actually breaking stuff up and out down there. Does that make sense??? And "no", I'm not on the "baby bandwagon" again by any means. Do you think by working out it's breaking stuff up down there? I mentioned it to Jake today, who agrees with me.

When I worked out 2 years ago with the 3.5 miles, I did start to have two periods a month while on the pill. I was on the same pill for 10 years so my doctors weren't too sure if it was the pill or the workout. I ended up stopping the pill one month later to conceive so it didn't matter in the end. Plus, I stopped working out. My cycles are perfect so whatever was going on worked out in the end.

But I'm only walking now not running. I still think it is cleaning related vs. anything else. What do you think?<img src="i/expressions/rose.gif" border="0">

Jennifer1981
05-11-2007, 02:52 PM
I wasn't really too sure where to post this. I need some suggestions...

Well, I thought this past month I would try one last time to conceive. I switched to Mucinex instead of Robitussin and drank (7) 12 oz. glasses of water a day along with my (3) 12 oz. glasses of milk. Yes, I was desperate...

Well, it was another month nothing short of disappointment. My cervical mucus was just as abnormal as ever. Actually, it was one of the worser months. I ovulated this past Monday. When I realized it, the tears just streamed down my face uncontrolably. Jake felt so bad and held me close for what seemed centuries. I was/am brokenhearted. <img src="i/expressions/brokenheart.gif" border="0">

So we talked about it. I told him everything I did this month, including guzzling plain water like it was going out style. And for those of you, I don't care for plain water at all. I was so determined to do as much right as possible - for nothing. Plus, I actually felt sick while on the Mucinex and ended up trashing it. I don't know how you people can take that??? I felt absolutely losey on it.

Anyway, I made a promise to myself and to him - TO START MOVING ON... That meant no more Robitussin, Mucinex, or anything else like it. No more crying and disappointment. No more "getting over it only to jump back on the baby bandwagon" a few days later. And to avoid the PREGNANCY SECTION more to avoid upset. TIME FOR CHANGE...

One of the most important changes was to start exercising again. I stopped 1.5 years ago when we decided to try and conceive. I was afraid it would have prevented me from conceiving. At the time, I was running 3.5 miles/ 5 days a week with an FEV1 of 75%.

Well, I started getting back in shape Wednesday. Now, I am considered a beginner so I only walked for 1 hour Wednesday and today. I messed with the speeds on the treadmill but never exceeded a brisk walk. Didn't do too bad, I guess - 2.85 miles. I use to do 3.5 miles in 40 minutes with mostly running. Anyway leading to my thread question, I noticed that both days after my workout that I had a pinkish discharge. Almost like spotting put not even that much. Also, I'm somewhat crampy afterwards for a few hours. I was thinking just maybe since I have such abnormal mucus down there that I was actually breaking stuff up and out down there. Does that make sense??? And "no", I'm not on the "baby bandwagon" again by any means. Do you think by working out it's breaking stuff up down there? I mentioned it to Jake today, who agrees with me.

When I worked out 2 years ago with the 3.5 miles, I did start to have two periods a month while on the pill. I was on the same pill for 10 years so my doctors weren't too sure if it was the pill or the workout. I ended up stopping the pill one month later to conceive so it didn't matter in the end. Plus, I stopped working out. My cycles are perfect so whatever was going on worked out in the end.

But I'm only walking now not running. I still think it is cleaning related vs. anything else. What do you think?<img src="i/expressions/rose.gif" border="0">

JazzysMom
05-11-2007, 03:10 PM
Well lets break this down a bit more. Exercise is good for CF because it helps move mucous around. Exercise/sports has been known to cause girls to get their periods later then others. You had experienced similar happenings in the past so exercise seems to have a definite affect on you. I am not sure why you stopped exercising when you decided to try and conceive tho. I am not sure what the connection is for YOU, but there is some type of connection. It seems pretty obvious. As to the baby bandwagon.....I dont know if jumping on/off is good for you emotionally. All I am curious about is how much exercise might change things for you in that department. Did the doctors every comment on exercising versus benefits in "that area of cf"?

JazzysMom
05-11-2007, 03:10 PM
Well lets break this down a bit more. Exercise is good for CF because it helps move mucous around. Exercise/sports has been known to cause girls to get their periods later then others. You had experienced similar happenings in the past so exercise seems to have a definite affect on you. I am not sure why you stopped exercising when you decided to try and conceive tho. I am not sure what the connection is for YOU, but there is some type of connection. It seems pretty obvious. As to the baby bandwagon.....I dont know if jumping on/off is good for you emotionally. All I am curious about is how much exercise might change things for you in that department. Did the doctors every comment on exercising versus benefits in "that area of cf"?

JazzysMom
05-11-2007, 03:10 PM
Well lets break this down a bit more. Exercise is good for CF because it helps move mucous around. Exercise/sports has been known to cause girls to get their periods later then others. You had experienced similar happenings in the past so exercise seems to have a definite affect on you. I am not sure why you stopped exercising when you decided to try and conceive tho. I am not sure what the connection is for YOU, but there is some type of connection. It seems pretty obvious. As to the baby bandwagon.....I dont know if jumping on/off is good for you emotionally. All I am curious about is how much exercise might change things for you in that department. Did the doctors every comment on exercising versus benefits in "that area of cf"?

LouLou
05-11-2007, 04:14 PM
Jenn, I just want to say I support you 100% and if there is anyway I can help you please let me know. I also was surprised to read you stopped exercising in order to try to conceive. Did a doctor ever tell you to do this? If conceiving has kept you from exercise, I'm really glad you are letting it go. We NEED to exercise. I'm still exercising - big prego belly and all - my friend in class videotaped me last night in aerobics. She thinks I look hilarious. I'll have to post it here sometime.

LouLou
05-11-2007, 04:14 PM
Jenn, I just want to say I support you 100% and if there is anyway I can help you please let me know. I also was surprised to read you stopped exercising in order to try to conceive. Did a doctor ever tell you to do this? If conceiving has kept you from exercise, I'm really glad you are letting it go. We NEED to exercise. I'm still exercising - big prego belly and all - my friend in class videotaped me last night in aerobics. She thinks I look hilarious. I'll have to post it here sometime.

LouLou
05-11-2007, 04:14 PM
Jenn, I just want to say I support you 100% and if there is anyway I can help you please let me know. I also was surprised to read you stopped exercising in order to try to conceive. Did a doctor ever tell you to do this? If conceiving has kept you from exercise, I'm really glad you are letting it go. We NEED to exercise. I'm still exercising - big prego belly and all - my friend in class videotaped me last night in aerobics. She thinks I look hilarious. I'll have to post it here sometime.

Jennifer1981
05-11-2007, 05:26 PM
Back at the time, my doctor was Dr. William Sexauer. I know Lauren that you know him since you were his patient at one time. He told me to continue to exercise but only walk - no running. I made the decision to stop everything. I was determined to not let any possible thing prevent me from conceiving. I know that decision wasn't too smart but that was what happened. But I am happy to say that I'm walking again and feeling much better directly afterwards. Today, I walked the 2.85 miles and still had the energy to rip the whole downstairs apart for a really good cleaning. Not bad, huh?

You know I had heard of girls/women getting their periods late due to exercise, but for me it has had the opposite affect I guess you could say. Before I stopped 2 years ago, I was starting to get 2 periods a month which I am sure that was another reason why I stopped altogether. I needed to have regular cycles. It could have been the pill, though, too.

I only reflected upon it now since it's only Day 2 of exercise, and I spotted both days. I didn't walk yesterday, Thursday, and didn't spot. Only Wednesday and Friday, the days I walked. So yes, there is a direct connection. I was curious if anyone ever was affected this way. It is interesting, though.

You know I never asked my GYN back then about exercising changing the cervical mucus. I only wanted to know why I had 2 period each month. I don't think I ever mentioned to Dr. Sexauer at the time. I stopped seeing him after only the first 2 months of trying to go out Hershey Medical Center. I am sure that I never mentioned it to my new doctor since I had already stopped working out and all. It wouldn't hurt to ask...

Jennifer1981
05-11-2007, 05:26 PM
Back at the time, my doctor was Dr. William Sexauer. I know Lauren that you know him since you were his patient at one time. He told me to continue to exercise but only walk - no running. I made the decision to stop everything. I was determined to not let any possible thing prevent me from conceiving. I know that decision wasn't too smart but that was what happened. But I am happy to say that I'm walking again and feeling much better directly afterwards. Today, I walked the 2.85 miles and still had the energy to rip the whole downstairs apart for a really good cleaning. Not bad, huh?

You know I had heard of girls/women getting their periods late due to exercise, but for me it has had the opposite affect I guess you could say. Before I stopped 2 years ago, I was starting to get 2 periods a month which I am sure that was another reason why I stopped altogether. I needed to have regular cycles. It could have been the pill, though, too.

I only reflected upon it now since it's only Day 2 of exercise, and I spotted both days. I didn't walk yesterday, Thursday, and didn't spot. Only Wednesday and Friday, the days I walked. So yes, there is a direct connection. I was curious if anyone ever was affected this way. It is interesting, though.

You know I never asked my GYN back then about exercising changing the cervical mucus. I only wanted to know why I had 2 period each month. I don't think I ever mentioned to Dr. Sexauer at the time. I stopped seeing him after only the first 2 months of trying to go out Hershey Medical Center. I am sure that I never mentioned it to my new doctor since I had already stopped working out and all. It wouldn't hurt to ask...

Jennifer1981
05-11-2007, 05:26 PM
Back at the time, my doctor was Dr. William Sexauer. I know Lauren that you know him since you were his patient at one time. He told me to continue to exercise but only walk - no running. I made the decision to stop everything. I was determined to not let any possible thing prevent me from conceiving. I know that decision wasn't too smart but that was what happened. But I am happy to say that I'm walking again and feeling much better directly afterwards. Today, I walked the 2.85 miles and still had the energy to rip the whole downstairs apart for a really good cleaning. Not bad, huh?

You know I had heard of girls/women getting their periods late due to exercise, but for me it has had the opposite affect I guess you could say. Before I stopped 2 years ago, I was starting to get 2 periods a month which I am sure that was another reason why I stopped altogether. I needed to have regular cycles. It could have been the pill, though, too.

I only reflected upon it now since it's only Day 2 of exercise, and I spotted both days. I didn't walk yesterday, Thursday, and didn't spot. Only Wednesday and Friday, the days I walked. So yes, there is a direct connection. I was curious if anyone ever was affected this way. It is interesting, though.

You know I never asked my GYN back then about exercising changing the cervical mucus. I only wanted to know why I had 2 period each month. I don't think I ever mentioned to Dr. Sexauer at the time. I stopped seeing him after only the first 2 months of trying to go out Hershey Medical Center. I am sure that I never mentioned it to my new doctor since I had already stopped working out and all. It wouldn't hurt to ask...

JazzysMom
05-11-2007, 05:41 PM
<div class="FTQUOTE"><begin quote><i>Originally posted by: <b>LouLou</b></i>
I'm still exercising - big prego belly and all - my friend in class videotaped me last night in aerobics. She thinks I look hilarious. I'll have to post it here sometime.</end quote></div>

I am interested LOL!

JazzysMom
05-11-2007, 05:41 PM
<div class="FTQUOTE"><begin quote><i>Originally posted by: <b>LouLou</b></i>
I'm still exercising - big prego belly and all - my friend in class videotaped me last night in aerobics. She thinks I look hilarious. I'll have to post it here sometime.</end quote></div>

I am interested LOL!

JazzysMom
05-11-2007, 05:41 PM
<div class="FTQUOTE"><begin quote><i>Originally posted by: <b>LouLou</b></i>
I'm still exercising - big prego belly and all - my friend in class videotaped me last night in aerobics. She thinks I look hilarious. I'll have to post it here sometime.</end quote></div>

I am interested LOL!

Momtana
05-12-2007, 12:13 PM
Jenny, a pink tinge in the mucus can happen around ovulation.

Momtana
05-12-2007, 12:13 PM
Jenny, a pink tinge in the mucus can happen around ovulation.

Momtana
05-12-2007, 12:13 PM
Jenny, a pink tinge in the mucus can happen around ovulation.

sdavis227
05-12-2007, 01:55 PM
Hi Jennifer. My youngest son is the one that brought me to this site, so I can't offer any info on having CF AND trying to conceive. But we did try for a year to conceive him, so I do understand the frustration. I also know that more goes into it with having CF. We tried for awhile and I was charting and reading books and started going in to the doc to make sure everything was okay. We finally decided to stop trying because it just took so much out of me. I was completely obsessed. Well, of course, that's when we conceived Parker.
I know I don't understand what it's like for you, but I do understand the frustration with trying to conceive. Just let me know if there's anything I can do for you.

sdavis227
05-12-2007, 01:55 PM
Hi Jennifer. My youngest son is the one that brought me to this site, so I can't offer any info on having CF AND trying to conceive. But we did try for a year to conceive him, so I do understand the frustration. I also know that more goes into it with having CF. We tried for awhile and I was charting and reading books and started going in to the doc to make sure everything was okay. We finally decided to stop trying because it just took so much out of me. I was completely obsessed. Well, of course, that's when we conceived Parker.
I know I don't understand what it's like for you, but I do understand the frustration with trying to conceive. Just let me know if there's anything I can do for you.

sdavis227
05-12-2007, 01:55 PM
Hi Jennifer. My youngest son is the one that brought me to this site, so I can't offer any info on having CF AND trying to conceive. But we did try for a year to conceive him, so I do understand the frustration. I also know that more goes into it with having CF. We tried for awhile and I was charting and reading books and started going in to the doc to make sure everything was okay. We finally decided to stop trying because it just took so much out of me. I was completely obsessed. Well, of course, that's when we conceived Parker.
I know I don't understand what it's like for you, but I do understand the frustration with trying to conceive. Just let me know if there's anything I can do for you.

Jennifer1981
05-12-2007, 02:38 PM
Hi Shannon,

Welcome to the site! I hope that you find a lot of useful information and advice here! I can certainly say that everyone has been more than supportive to me since I joined a year ago.

Yes, we have/had tried to conceive for 1.5 years. It has taken a lot out of me. The first 8-9 months we tried with nothing, no kits, charting, or anything. However, I did get sick (after 3 years without a single CF-related problem) in the middle of it and stopped for awhile. Once I was clear, we retried from October 2006 to Present, and I must admit that I went into overdrive mode after feeling like I wasted time. This is when I started to burn myself out. I started by adding Robitussin. Then the next month, I added charting, ovulation kits, and basal temps. It wasn't fun anymore. I was starting to feel like, "Is this the joy of making a baby. Where is it?" Everything was timed and so annoying. I couldn't relax and with each cramp or anything I would over analysis. My husband does believe (along with my whole family) that we more so I am trying too hard. Doctors have said that to me also. Then of course, there is the emotional trauma each month when you find out that your not pregnant.

My lack of conceiving is probably two components: abnormal cervical mucus and trying too hard.

I think at this point I'll just take one day at a time. I really want to get back to exercising, faithfully, and avoid getting caught up too much into pregnancy-related things. And probably most importantly, slow down on attempting to analysis myself. I have no other kits, filed the thermometer in the drawer, placed any pregnancy-related books back in the bookcase, and only circled my last 1st day of my period on the calendar so I am more clueless about my ovulation time.

I just want to say thank you for your support. If I need anything, I know where to find you.

Jennifer1981
05-12-2007, 02:38 PM
Hi Shannon,

Welcome to the site! I hope that you find a lot of useful information and advice here! I can certainly say that everyone has been more than supportive to me since I joined a year ago.

Yes, we have/had tried to conceive for 1.5 years. It has taken a lot out of me. The first 8-9 months we tried with nothing, no kits, charting, or anything. However, I did get sick (after 3 years without a single CF-related problem) in the middle of it and stopped for awhile. Once I was clear, we retried from October 2006 to Present, and I must admit that I went into overdrive mode after feeling like I wasted time. This is when I started to burn myself out. I started by adding Robitussin. Then the next month, I added charting, ovulation kits, and basal temps. It wasn't fun anymore. I was starting to feel like, "Is this the joy of making a baby. Where is it?" Everything was timed and so annoying. I couldn't relax and with each cramp or anything I would over analysis. My husband does believe (along with my whole family) that we more so I am trying too hard. Doctors have said that to me also. Then of course, there is the emotional trauma each month when you find out that your not pregnant.

My lack of conceiving is probably two components: abnormal cervical mucus and trying too hard.

I think at this point I'll just take one day at a time. I really want to get back to exercising, faithfully, and avoid getting caught up too much into pregnancy-related things. And probably most importantly, slow down on attempting to analysis myself. I have no other kits, filed the thermometer in the drawer, placed any pregnancy-related books back in the bookcase, and only circled my last 1st day of my period on the calendar so I am more clueless about my ovulation time.

I just want to say thank you for your support. If I need anything, I know where to find you.

Jennifer1981
05-12-2007, 02:38 PM
Hi Shannon,

Welcome to the site! I hope that you find a lot of useful information and advice here! I can certainly say that everyone has been more than supportive to me since I joined a year ago.

Yes, we have/had tried to conceive for 1.5 years. It has taken a lot out of me. The first 8-9 months we tried with nothing, no kits, charting, or anything. However, I did get sick (after 3 years without a single CF-related problem) in the middle of it and stopped for awhile. Once I was clear, we retried from October 2006 to Present, and I must admit that I went into overdrive mode after feeling like I wasted time. This is when I started to burn myself out. I started by adding Robitussin. Then the next month, I added charting, ovulation kits, and basal temps. It wasn't fun anymore. I was starting to feel like, "Is this the joy of making a baby. Where is it?" Everything was timed and so annoying. I couldn't relax and with each cramp or anything I would over analysis. My husband does believe (along with my whole family) that we more so I am trying too hard. Doctors have said that to me also. Then of course, there is the emotional trauma each month when you find out that your not pregnant.

My lack of conceiving is probably two components: abnormal cervical mucus and trying too hard.

I think at this point I'll just take one day at a time. I really want to get back to exercising, faithfully, and avoid getting caught up too much into pregnancy-related things. And probably most importantly, slow down on attempting to analysis myself. I have no other kits, filed the thermometer in the drawer, placed any pregnancy-related books back in the bookcase, and only circled my last 1st day of my period on the calendar so I am more clueless about my ovulation time.

I just want to say thank you for your support. If I need anything, I know where to find you.

Jennifer1981
05-12-2007, 02:41 PM
Laura,

Thanks for the tip!<img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-wink.gif" border="0">

Jennifer1981
05-12-2007, 02:41 PM
Laura,

Thanks for the tip!<img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-wink.gif" border="0">

Jennifer1981
05-12-2007, 02:41 PM
Laura,

Thanks for the tip!<img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-wink.gif" border="0">

Jennifer1981
05-12-2007, 02:55 PM
Hey, my thread just got moved... And I wanted to avoid the pregnancy section. WOW, I can't win!

INTERESTING... I can post, "I'm pregnant", in the adult section and that's fine. But I can't post about exercise and spotting with some background so people understand and get moved to the most undesirable place of them all. Let's help piss me off and allow more tears to be shed. Thanks!

Jennifer1981
05-12-2007, 02:55 PM
Hey, my thread just got moved... And I wanted to avoid the pregnancy section. WOW, I can't win!

INTERESTING... I can post, "I'm pregnant", in the adult section and that's fine. But I can't post about exercise and spotting with some background so people understand and get moved to the most undesirable place of them all. Let's help piss me off and allow more tears to be shed. Thanks!

Jennifer1981
05-12-2007, 02:55 PM
Hey, my thread just got moved... And I wanted to avoid the pregnancy section. WOW, I can't win!

INTERESTING... I can post, "I'm pregnant", in the adult section and that's fine. But I can't post about exercise and spotting with some background so people understand and get moved to the most undesirable place of them all. Let's help piss me off and allow more tears to be shed. Thanks!

tara
05-12-2007, 04:40 PM
Jennifer,

I whole heartedly understand your infertility frustration. That aside, I can almost see the sigh of relief in your post, now that you're not going to place ttc at the forefront of your activities. It must be the right decision for you at this time. Good luck with your exercise regime. It sounds like it's opening a whole new world of energy for you! Congrats!

Tara

PS - I'm fairly new to the site. I'm surprised anyone (or just the moderator???) can move posts. That is ridiculous, esp since you stated why you didn't post in the pg section. Annoying!!!!

tara
05-12-2007, 04:40 PM
Jennifer,

I whole heartedly understand your infertility frustration. That aside, I can almost see the sigh of relief in your post, now that you're not going to place ttc at the forefront of your activities. It must be the right decision for you at this time. Good luck with your exercise regime. It sounds like it's opening a whole new world of energy for you! Congrats!

Tara

PS - I'm fairly new to the site. I'm surprised anyone (or just the moderator???) can move posts. That is ridiculous, esp since you stated why you didn't post in the pg section. Annoying!!!!

tara
05-12-2007, 04:40 PM
Jennifer,

I whole heartedly understand your infertility frustration. That aside, I can almost see the sigh of relief in your post, now that you're not going to place ttc at the forefront of your activities. It must be the right decision for you at this time. Good luck with your exercise regime. It sounds like it's opening a whole new world of energy for you! Congrats!

Tara

PS - I'm fairly new to the site. I'm surprised anyone (or just the moderator???) can move posts. That is ridiculous, esp since you stated why you didn't post in the pg section. Annoying!!!!

wanderlost
05-12-2007, 10:08 PM
Hey Jen

I am sorry this has been so hard for you. I do understand. I have no idea about your exercising, but I think it is great that you are getting back into it - it is so important for us (I should do more!), and I think if your overall health is improved everything else will be too. Hang in there. I think everything will work out for you beautifully. (((HUG)))

wanderlost
05-12-2007, 10:08 PM
Hey Jen

I am sorry this has been so hard for you. I do understand. I have no idea about your exercising, but I think it is great that you are getting back into it - it is so important for us (I should do more!), and I think if your overall health is improved everything else will be too. Hang in there. I think everything will work out for you beautifully. (((HUG)))

wanderlost
05-12-2007, 10:08 PM
Hey Jen

I am sorry this has been so hard for you. I do understand. I have no idea about your exercising, but I think it is great that you are getting back into it - it is so important for us (I should do more!), and I think if your overall health is improved everything else will be too. Hang in there. I think everything will work out for you beautifully. (((HUG)))