Having a really crappy day

I didn't get a whole lot of sleep last night, Ive had period like cramps for the last 4 days and yet, STILL no period... This is now 5 months after having my implant removed... My doctor says that it happens - every woman is different and all that - but it seems to weigh a million tonnes on me and right now I am close to breaking point. (And yes, I do know that stressing out about it only makes the problem worse I just cant help myself right now)

All we want (my hubby and I) is a chance to have another baby but its like my body is broken... And its making me so upset...

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    09/26/14
    8Theresa Gould
    I'm sorry you are struggling. I have heard it can take a while to conceive after an implant is removed.
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      09/26/14
      My doctor says that nothing is wrong per se - its just taking longer than I thought it would... To be honest I just kinda figured having another child would be so easy for us... I never even considered that things might take a while to get going again.

      I ended up a blubbering mess on my husband's lap last night because I feel broken, I don't work right. Due to pregnancy and then the implant I haven't had a period in over 3 years, my last one ended 7th July and I conceived on 15th July 2011 and nothing in all that time.

      Ive been trying to be positive, to be honest I have kind of enjoyed not having to deal with it, but now I realize that as yet, we don't even have a chance of having the baby we have wanted for so long.
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        09/26/14
        I have thought about seeing someone new, but it took me forever to find this one and Im very comfortable with him. He always gives good advice and goes out of his way to help me out - he even made house calls when I was too ill to get out of bed.

        From all the things I have been reading about the implant it can take up to a year - depending on how long you had it - after removal to get back to normal cycles etc it just really hit me hard yesterday - and my sister who has all the sensitivity of a blunt axe - told me that I really dont want another as they are so much work.

        My hubby and I both have always wanted to have a large family and when you are already feeling low that goal can seem so far away.
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        09/29/14
        8Theresa Gould
        That is wonderful he makes house calls. It never hurts to get a second opinion. It doesn't mean you have to give up this doctor.
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          09/28/14
          That can be so tough! I know that birth control can really mess with your system. I know it is hard not to stress about it. It really does just take time for your body to heal and that can be frustrating when you just don't want to wait any longer.
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          09/28/14
          Awwww it's great to have someone who is supportive! But for a woman that waiting sucks!
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