Saturday, 3 May 2008

Who Are You?

Well, maybe not you specifically but here is a whole lot of blogs written by people who are also trying to conceive (many of whom are regular readers here). But you, who are you? Please leave a comment below and let me know and if you also write a blog and want it added to the list let me know and I will continue to update.

Those on their way:
Drowning in paperwork (adopting):


And blogs who are out the other side:
Those who aren't blogging so much anymore:




    60 comments:

    1. I just found your blog...it's hilarious:)

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    2. And for that my dear Mary, you get a link.

      (As well as flattery I am also open to bribes ... )

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    3. Absolutely love your sense of humour. I know TTCving is not easy. Will keep reading your posts and wish you good luck. Here´s my blog :)

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    5. i removed my other post as i couldnt spell !
      I love love love ur blog (flattery) but i cant find a link to follow it all the time!. x x

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    6. Was lured to your blog out of curiousity.Thanks to your catchy header :)

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    7. Great blog! Great to see a fellow brit TTC blog. Have a great time in NYC and I'll pop in again soon. x

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    8. Found your blog through a friend... you are hilarious, love it! My hubby and I are TTC with PCOS and its been a bumpy ride already! Ahhh the joys of IF. I'd love to be added to the list! :)

      http://nannerpancakes.blogspot.com/

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    9. Just found your blog and have loved catching up! The HSG story was hilarious and very helpful as I have one coming in two weeks.

      stickinmybelly.blogspot.com

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    10. I feel for you having to drive through London, let alone with your 4 legged friend in the back. Saw the headline of a tabloid today and thought of you. You can't get quicker than a QuickFit fitter lol.
      Good to read a fellow Brit blogging.

      kamikazecaz.blogspot.com

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    11. I'm a regular reader and an infertile blogger myself...
      From My Front Porch
      http://lietzfamily.blogspot.com/

      Male factor infertility & 2 miscarriages

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    12. Thanks Carolyne, he was very quick!

      Hello Chelsea, two miscarriges, ouch. I think that puts lie to the phrase "it is better to have loved and lost". Thanks for your comment, will check out your blog.

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    13. troublesomeladygarden27 April 2009 at 13:40

      Hi - just read your blog, I love it & your humourous attitude, I found it very informative & also comforting. I had a hysteroscopy last week to remove a troublesome polyp but once the camera crew were up there it couldn't be done as it showed I had endometrial hyperplasia, am waiting for a call from the docs to see what the next step is.

      I've been doing some online research & freaking out at what I found until I found your blog - thank you. It's so nice to read something so human.

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    14. Troublesomeladygarden, it is comments like yours that properly, genuinely, warm the cockles of my heart – not just because I sniggered at your name, or because you were so flattering about the blog – but because a major reason for writing this is because if anything I am going through helps out people in a similar situation well, it is all good. I’m sure you found these posts but the most relevant for your situation is the one from 15 Jan and 2 Feb (09). I presume you don’t have a blog (as you haven’t linked) but please keep commenting so I can see how you are getting along. And best of luck!

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    15. I left a comment on another part of your site already, but I've been reading more since then, and I am in awe of your writing! Have added you to the links on my own (just getting started) blog. You have inspired me! http://diaryofamiracle.wordpress.com

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    16. I love your blog! I especially like the recent The Change I Need entry. Sometimes it feels like humor is the best way to deal with TTC.

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    17. Hi! Just started following your blog. TTCing myself. Good luck!

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    18. My blog baby is www.fertilityfoibles.blogspot.com

      trying to find the lighter side of infertility

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    19. i lllloooovvvveeee this! and so many other good ones on your list. literally jsut started blogging today hoping it'll work out for me

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    20. I just found your blog. We too have been trying to conceive since fall of 2006.
      My blog is http://thepregnantyuppy.blogspot.com/

      Good luck to you.

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    21. When you have a minute, feel free to move me back to the TTC category. Not exactly the direction I wanted to move on your list... but that's life.

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    22. Just found your blog and love it :) Feel free to add me to the TTC category.

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    23. Same same, just found your blog (thanks to Adele) and am loving going through it!

      Here's me ...

      http://pundelina.blogspot.com

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    24. 999 Reasons to Laugh at Infertility. Because when you go to transvaginal wand appointments everyday, you just have to laugh.

      http://www.999reasonstolaugh.com/

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    25. Your blog is amazing. Keep up the good work. I also write a blog. I have PCOS, one child, and we're trying to make another.

      http://mypottyseat.blogspot.com/

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    26. just your typical pair of lesbians trying to knock ourselves up with donor sperm...except it turns out that i'm also a typical example of how all the women in my family are riddled with endometriosis. so it's getting a bit complicated.

      http://bionicmamas.blogspot.com

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    27. Love your blog, love your humor, oops excuse me, I mean love your humoUr and I would love it if you could add my blog. Look forward to your return on the 10th June.

      http://mom-wanna-be.blogspot.com

      Thanks!

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    28. Just thought I would share my blog site:

      www.curseofthechewedbuddah.com

      Also I am on a new webseries featured on tlc.discovery.com called a conception story, my name is "Christina" just in case you are interested!!! :-)

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    29. Looking forward to reading more, and I'd love to be included in your list. Thank you!

      plantingapumpkinpatch.blogspot.com

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    30. I love your blog! I don't even remember how I found it! When we started IF testing, I started reading various blogs and branching out based on other people's blog lists... at some point I found you! Your humor has brightened my day many times. Your blog (along with a few others) inspired me to start my own. So glad I did... so nice to "vent" with humor and share our journey. Thanks!

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    31. Hi I love your blog and how expressive you are. It inspires me to be who I am and to continue to fight this battle knowing that we will win. Don't lose hope dear we are all here to support you. Sorry, it seems that I can't fine the post were I can follow you?Could you please help me and if its ok to follow your blog. Thanks

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    32. i'm thankful to have found your blog. I love that it's not all puppy dogs and butterflies about TTC. What you write is real and honest. Thank you for your comment on my blog also!!

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    33. I'm embarrassed to say that I have kids. Random and unplanned in a carelessly over-fertile way without really considering if I wanted to have them or not.
      I probably sound like the kind of mother who doesn't appreciate her good fortune but I do - even when the little darlings are tearing the house and each other apart! I would have offered my womb4hire but now early menopause has left me with a 'Vegan breakfast'.

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    34. Hi Jessica, nothing to be embarrassed about there. If I could get pregnant easily I would have been pregnant well before the husband was ready. And would no doubt have been casting envious side-ways glances at my unencumbered friends. Good use of the new terminology there!

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    35. Fabulous blog, congrats.
      Can you add mine too? It's about my journey with Asherman's Syndrome and infertility. Thanks x

      http://fragmentedhopes.wordpress.com/

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    36. I found your blog while looking for blogs about infertility. I have PCOS, am infertile, I'm fat, have sleep apnea, depression, anxiety, agoraphobia, and I am a new blogger. My blog isn't about all of my ailments really. It is just about my life in general, and sometimes I do add a bit of gripes and complaints about having to deal with them. I love your blog and your sense of humor!
      http://www.notsofamousaimous.blogspot.com

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    37. Well! Thank you for adding me to your blog list! :)

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    38. Sadly I found you for very sad reasons... the whole business with BMB. Grrr.

      But glad I found you :-)

      I think of you on your journey to becoming a mother.. so am keeping fingers crossed and everything for the IVF to be a one hit wonder! (or a 10 hit wonder, but a success never the less).

      Maggy x

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    39. Just found your blog while hopping around other infertility blogs. We've been trying since Spring 2006 and I would love to be added to your list
      www.kristinascackles.blogspot.com

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    40. Glad to have found you. I haven't been much of a laugh factory lately, but your humor is much appreciated.
      I have PCOS and am at the IUI stage myself. I wish you all the luck in this IVF journey and look forward to reading more.
      Here's my blog link -
      http://missconception-ads.blogspot.com/

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    41. I love your blog name. I am a new follower and I am at...

      www.beckiesinfertile.blogspot.com

      Looking forward to reading your blog!

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    42. Love your posts... absolutely fabulous. I'm at:

      www.chasingourstork.blogspot.com

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    43. I just found your blog and loving it. My blog is:
      http://infertilityunder30.blogspot.com/

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    44. Love, love, love your blog! I am 25, 2 years TTC, 1 miscarriage, 1 ectopic. I just started blogging ... http://babynv.blogspot.com/

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    45. was drownding and am now waiting, waiting, and waiting somemore.

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    46. Love your writing and your honesty! Wishing you the very best this time around.

      http://greategg-spectations.blogspot.com/

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    47. Have been reading for a while- still firmly in the TTC category, although I try to distract myself.
      http://persnickety-chickadee.net/wordpress/

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    48. Newbie on the block www.thebabywife.com

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    49. 8 years TTC over here. Absolutely love your blog.

      Please add mine to your list!

      pregnantlypaused.wordpress.com

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    50. I have just come across your blog - being myself in the process of going through IVF (#1) it's great to read about your experiences! I have been trying to get pregnant since 2006 as well. I wish you all the best with this cycle.

      My blog is relatively new and would love a space on your list:-)

      http://closeencounterswithfertilitytreatment.wordpress.com/

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    51. The national charity offering support to all those ttc has a blog at
      http://infertility.healthunlocked.com/
      and would welcome some of your blog posts either added or linked to ours. You might also find some of the info on the charity's website useful and feel free to sign up for our e newsletter or to get in touch if you would like to write something for our quarterly magazine

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    52. Hi! Just found your blog tonight (I just started mine in Feb). Love your style and blunt humor. The hubs and I are starting injections for IVF #1 tomorrow. I'll be following your journey:) All the best to you!

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    53. Hello! I found your blog a month or two ago, through a link from another blog (LFCA, perhaps?), and was very happy I did - I love your wit and writing style. I'm a fellow Englishwoman too, although I grew up mostly in the US - so for me, it's "color" and "realize." Now I'm in Switzerland and blog at http://bebesuisse.blogspot.ch/

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    54. I stumbled across your blog while I was googling idly progynova (at work, as you do) and I'm thrilled. Thank you for telling it like it is, without references to angels and other guff. We're on a very similar journey and I hope we get there.

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    55. I did not just find your blog but I did just find this page - fantabulous idea!

      I am stork. I am 30. I live in Los Angeles. I am horribly childless.

      http://stupidstork.blogspot.com

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    56. here is my Blog-
      I am 28- been TTC for almost 2 years now- and dealing with recurrent pregnancy loss- we have had all together, 15 losses, ranging from 4 weeks to 19 weeks.

      http://ttcaftertr.blogspot.com/

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    57. I blog. It used to just be a blog about my husband and I. But now it's also about infertility struggles. But I guess that's us. So yeah. I also blog about how my husband almost had to have his sperm tested on hamster eggs. Who knew human sperm could penetrate hamster eggs? WHO KNEW?? And I am about to blog about our first IUI that took place this weekend...and how I almost had that guy I married play "Let's Get It On" while that sexy sperm filled catheter passed through my cervix. If this one doesn't take I will definitely be making a soundtrack for my cervix.

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    58. I just found your blog and I love it. Every month has been a really strange/terrible adventure for me lately, so I truly appreciate your way with words! Very funny! We've just completed our second round of IVF (both were canceled bc the embryos weren't developing fast enough and had to be frozen) because apparently my husband and I are super incompatible.

      my blog is: http://mylifewithouthandlebars.blogspot.com/

      Wishing you well! ~Laura

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    59. I am loving your blog! You're a great writer! I am so rooting for you and your little DOUG!!!

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    60. Love your blog. It's always good to get into someone else's infertility brain. I also blog or ramble. I love the links to other bloggers as well. Wishing you the best!
      kendahyde.blogspot.com

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