Why start this blog?

My life always revolved around a plan – finish studying by the age of 25-26, get married at the age of 26, start trying for a baby three years after marriage and become a mother when I was 30.

The first time we conceived was in Jan 2011, just as planned since I was 6-7 months short of turning 30. Our so called “plan” started falling a part when I was diagnosed with an ectopic (tubal) pregnancy.

Since then, I have survived 2 other failed pregnancies (one ectopic + chemical or ectopic) in my only remaining tube before finally moving on to IVF in 2013.

Trying to make a baby of our own has not been easy for me or my dear husband (without his support I KNOW I would have lost my sanity). Through this blog, I am hoping to share my story and reach out to many who gather support from others’ experiences – just as I have in these last two years.

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6 thoughts on “Why start this blog?

    1. Nushi Post author

      Thanks Project Mom! Means a lot 🙂 Read that you’ve started feeling the flutters! How exciting! I can’t wait to feel them…

      Guess I’m just trailing right behind you! Good luck to you as well.

      Nushi

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  1. pallavi

    Hi Nushi,

    Reading your blog brought out all the past, but in a nice way. I conceived wid d 3rd iui in Sep 12 and now mother to a baby boy who is 10 mths….
    I remember the visits to the doctor–i must say she was really good and helpful, scans, waiting for the results when i was ttc as i had pcod. The pain and depression i felt for 1.5 yrs before i conceived the first time was bad but i withstood becoz of hubby and family.
    I was diagnosed with gestational diabetes in 6th week of pregnancy and all the precautions taken for a happy pregnancy, insulin shots in semester and the pregnancy scans and all.

    God bless you and ur little angel.

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    1. Nushi Post author

      Hi Pallavi

      Thank you so much for your comments and congratulations on your baby boy! It’s amazing how something like this creates a bond between complete strangers…isn’t ? I hope you and your boy are well and wish you the best.

      Reply
  2. feelingmiserable

    Hi, Nice to know your story has a happy ending.. Mine not yet.. I am TTC for 6 years now. In the process i have lost my job, my hobbies, my socialising and my sanity (well, almost). I am 35 now with 3 failed IUIs behind me and I pray for a miracle every month…

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    1. Nushi Post author

      I’m very sorry for the delayed response. I pray and hope for a happy ending at your end. It’s hard and not many get it. I hope you find some way of channeling your energy. For us, I tried my best not to let baby making take over our lives. For good or for bad, taking care of our baby right now definitely has!

      I hope things turn around for you and soon. Your miracle baby will come along …just keep strong and don’t give up hope.

      Reply

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