2000-Hubby & I begin dating in high school πŸ’‹

2006-Engaged! πŸ’

2007-Married, buy our 1st home together πŸ’’πŸ 

2008-2010– TTC naturally πŸ’

2010-receive official diagnosis of Male Factor infertility πŸ˜”

2011-Started seeing 1st fertility specialist πŸ’°

2012-Two failed rounds of IUI 😒


  • May 2013-Hubby undergoes Varicocele surgery πŸ₯
  • December 2013-Start seeing 2nd fertility specialist πŸ“‹

Pregnancy #1

  • January 2014– IVF consult πŸ“
  • February 2014– Begin meds for 1st IVF cycle πŸ’‰πŸ’Š
  • March 2014– Egg retrieval πŸ”¬
  • 18 eggs retrieved 🐣
  • 8 fertilized embryos via ICSI
  • 7 frozen, day 6 embryos
  • April 2014– Single fresh embryo transfer & 1st BFP πŸŽ‰
  • May 2014– Miscarriage at 5 weeks, followed by a D & C since betas would not drop πŸ’”

Pregnancy #2

  • July 2014– Start meds for our 1st FET πŸ’Š
  • August 2014– 2 embryos transferred and a BFP πŸŽ‰
  • September 2014– Miscarriage at 6 weeks πŸ’” no D & C needed since betas dropped on own

Pregnancy #3

  • November 2014- Start meds for 2nd FET πŸ’Š
  • December 2014– 2 embryos transferred and a BFP πŸŽ‰
  • January 2015-
  • 6 and 1/2 week ultrasound confirms twins πŸ’œπŸ’™
  • 7 and 1/2 week ultrasound-one twin with strong heartbeat & measurements, but other with a slower heart beat, measuring slightly behind πŸ’œπŸ’™
  • 8 and 1/2 week ultrasound-singleton with perfect heartbeat & measurements πŸ’™ however baby with slower heart beat vanished, “vanishing twin” Β πŸ’”
  • February 2015-
  • 9 and 1/2 week ultrasound- heartbeat is no longer found in our singleton πŸ’”
  • D & C at 10 weeks for our missed miscarriage πŸ’”
  • March 2015-
  • Genetic testing confirms our singleton was a healthy baby boy, 46XY, who we name Isaiah William πŸ’™

April 2015

  • Officially labeled as recurrent miscarriers after our 3 losses
  • Diagnostic Hysteroscopy done
  • Formal Adenomyosis diagnosis, with an Adenomyoma found in uterus.
  • RE feels could be possible cause of miscarriage 3 πŸ‘Ž

May 2015

  • Adenomyoma thought to be removed through an Operative Hysteroscopy

June 2015

  • Diagnostic Hysteroscopy confirms the Adenomyoma is 100% gone
  • Start TTC again πŸ™πŸ½

August 2015

  • FET 3 set for October 2015

September 2015

  • FET 3 cancelled after Hysteroscopy/MRI shows another Adenomyoma in uterus πŸ˜“

December 2015-March 2016

  • Lupron intramuscular injections begin in hopes of shrinking Adenomyoma
  • Hysteroscopy confirms Adenomyoma shrunk!!!

April 2016

  • FET #3!
  • Pregnancy #4, heterotopic (one baby in utero, 1 in tube)
  • Tube removed, baby in utero due 12/25/2016

December 2016

  • Our miracle rainbow baby was born

August 2018

  • We transfer our last frozen embryo & it results in a BFN




13 thoughts on “TimelineΒ 

  1. i am so sorry for all your losses. We have also been struggling with infertility for 3+ years and have had 3 miscarriages. I was diagnosed with hyper active NK cells recently. Never had even heard of it before. My NK cells in my uterus attack the embryo. I am now doing IVF with intra lipid infusions to counteract the cells and it has high success rates. Have you ever had your NK cells tested? I pray everything goes well since your hysteroscopy results. RPL is SO hard. Hugs to you!!!

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    • Thank u! I am so sorry to hear what u have gone through as well. It sucks!! No, I have not yet. If you dont mind me asking, what doctor do you see that tested you for this? My doctor seems to think there isnt enough “data” to support the NK theory. I, on the other hand, am willing to try anything! Best of luck to u with the new treatment.


  2. hey, I’ve been through similar experiences to yours. So far 1 ectopic, 2 miscarriages and an undiagnosed corneal ectopic at 13 weeks where I nearly died. Docs recommended I go with a GC as its so dangerous. That’s what I’m doing. Transfer is hopefully November. Fight on, stay strong. You WILL get there xx

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    • Wow, I am so sorry for what u have endured. Thanks for stopping by and opening up about what u have gone through. I am so glad that u did not give up and are going through a GC. I will be thinking of you! Thank you for encouraging me to keep going too πŸ’—


  3. I’m so excited for you! I want to hug you and I don’t even know you! I have had two devastating miscarriages myself and am now 21 weeks with a sweet baby boy! Congratulations to you and your husband! Look forward to seeing more about your wonderful journey. πŸ™‚

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  4. Very sorry for your losses, I too have had four miscarriages. I hope you don’t mind me asking but after your third loss were you and you husband tested for MTHFR? Typically, called a repeated loss panel. I noticed you had three losses and then you brought home your miracle boy after genetic testing,..I Also, noticed your son has lip and tongue tie…a condition that is linked to the MTHFR gene defect. I’m a mama that has MTHFR and we’re having to undergo IVF with genetic testing as our last effort to bring home our rainbow baby. Congratulations on your bundle of joy!

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    • Im so sorry for your losses as well. Yes, as a matter of fact I am a carrier for MTHFR. I took Folgard my final (successful) pregnancy for it! I had the panel you are referring to as well. I wish you all the best in bringing home your rainbow ❀️❀️❀️

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