I feel like ever since Nash was born, all I do is lean on my scientific background (B.S. Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology – focus on microbiology) to learn as much as possible about whichever current Hell I am living through. 723 more words
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I have decided to create this blog to help consolidate information about our infertility journey and its many twists and turns. I will openly share our first pregnancy at (my) age 37, which ended with pPROM at 27 weeks, a 5 month NICU stay, a 1 month PICU stay, 28 days on ECMO, child loss, subsequent recurrent pregnancy loss x 4, Asherman’s Syndrome, and next steps that will include immune testing and IVF. 38 more words
I will now present the easiest scan in the world to read.
A scan so easy that you can do a one word report.
This is the case of a 30 year-old woman who 1 month post partum complained of tremors and was found to be thyrotoxic on blood tests. 117 more words