I’m fine but my cervix is a jerk…

Ass kicking


Wish me luck, ladies and gents. I will have more news to come.

I don’t want to discuss the possible ramifications of HPV and cervical issues at this juncture but I will going through a second surgery next week because well, $%^& happens. And when that $%^& is caught early, it’s a huge deal.

I’m not angry or too freaked out. I am dying to talk about it but at the moment I will remain a little quiet until more results are discovered from the surgery. My gut feeling is that I will be healthy again.

All I ask is that those of you who wish to continue your journey with me, please do so. Having a baby changes everything. Were it not for my little one, I’d be a mess right now.

But here I am. Here we are. And I am bold because of her.

Life is too quirky to quit so readily. The same goes for those of you who want to throw in that baby blanket and accept a defeat. You never know. So don’t give up on your future child…it’ll happen.

Will write more soon. I promise. As I mentioned in the title, “I’m fine.” I really am! And I will only be getting better and cooler and well, more wise as I grow to be 102 years old.

Loads of love.

B

13 Responses to I’m fine but my cervix is a jerk…

  1. Trying to get Pregnant October 16, 2010 at 5:27 am #

    i pushed in really deep thinking it would pleasure her more. she ddidnt comment on it but i felt something weird inside, i think i touched the cervix.

  2. Beth October 17, 2010 at 1:42 am #

    Yeahhh, tryintogetpregnant, you’re not exactly selling yourself here. Please stop the spam because your post has nothing at all to do with what this site is about. Toodles!

  3. Pre-pregnancy Care November 10, 2010 at 3:18 am #

    If there was a substantial lack of men or women comparatively to the opposite sex the multiple mating could be justified. I don’t think we will every go back to a one income household on a social scale. Business owners that are able to achieve a certain income can do this. People who are able to live modestly within their means can do this a well.

  4. r4 ds December 7, 2010 at 4:43 am #

    Believe it or not, my husband and I tried to conceive for more than 8-months. We tried to refrain from sex for days and even weeks but it didn’t help.
    Worst part is, there were empty hopes – I thought I was pregnant but in the end I wasn’t. It’s really frustrating and I understand that.

  5. r4 ds December 7, 2010 at 4:43 am #

    I am already having my 4th child now! I really recommend that you try reading this book out. Also, they are currently giving free bonus books like fertility secrets and choosing your baby gender! It’s for a limited time only!

  6. wooden furniture December 9, 2010 at 11:19 am #

    SO, I’m not pregnant, at least I don’t think so. I’m on cd5, I just had a really short AF for the 2nd month in a row, but I’ve gotten BFN’s and my temp tanked, and I got AF. (Sort of.)

  7. Beth Katz December 9, 2010 at 11:21 am #

    Asshole, I will find you.

  8. seo in india December 17, 2010 at 4:49 am #

    I was really wondering if I should restate the obvious and actually get into an argument at all. But a third person doing it helps all of us 😉

  9. Jennifer Bruno January 15, 2011 at 10:42 pm #

    I just found your blog through a twitter recommendation. I’m happy to be following! I’m TTC and love to follow success stories. 🙂

  10. VB January 16, 2011 at 10:29 pm #

    I found your blog looking for IVF tips. I’m having my first IVF in a week if everything goes fine, with a natural cycle, no hormones. I’ve had all the hormone shots in my past IUIs (failed) and had hyper stimulation, so fingers crossed, the doctor thinks because I do ovulate and I’m starting young (29 now, been in hormones and intrauterine inseminations for 2 years now) it just might work. I’m not going to lie, my hopes are not high at all.

  11. medical claims February 8, 2011 at 11:06 am #

    the doctor thinks because I do ovulate and I’m starting young (29 now, been in hormones and intrauterine inseminations for 2 years now) it just might work. I’m not going to lie, my hopes are not high at all.

  12. Santa Claus February 14, 2011 at 6:58 am #

    Cervical position and texture are not reliable indicators of early pregnancy. For the majority of us, it will move low and hard just before AF would be due and then move higher and become soft only well after we’d realize we’re pregnant. If only we could tell that way we’d save tons on HPT’s! 🙂

  13. rattan furniture February 15, 2011 at 5:30 am #

    This past wednesday, i had a regular checkup, and when i told the doc about the hospital visit, she wanted to check my cervix as well. she said it was still closed, but it was soft, so i am not allowed to even pick up my cats. Thanks….

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