Anyone from NC or SC area? Looking for good RE
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Drammy - May 27

Hi, I am looking for a good RE in the NC or SC area. Anyone from this area and know one?? Thanks :)


Amy - May 29

Hi Drammy. I live in Raleigh, NC. My husband and I have been TTC for 2 years and I'd be happy to give you some excellent referrals. May I ask if it is a female or male issue? In our case it is a combination of both ovulation and sperm issues. However, I'm excitedly waiting to see if I may finally be pregnant this month! We've had so many disappointments that I'm trying not to get my hopes up too much just yet. I'd be happy to help you anyway I can. :) Best of luck!


Drammy - May 29

Hello Amy, it is a female issue. I live in Rock Hill, SC which is close to Charlotte. I thought there may be a good RE there. I would travel to wherever as long as I know they are good Dr.'s. I was raised in Concord NC and have been to Raleigh a few times. Well, I hope this is the month for you!! I just started af and beginning a 100mg round of Clomid. I did not ovulate w/50mg. Best wishes and I will gladly appreciate any advice.


Amy - May 29

Drammy, Here is the website for the clinic that is treating us. They have many satellite offices all over NC and one in SC. Before going to them we did a lot of research, but also are lucky that my mother is a cardiologist and that helped with finding out the insider info. :) The reason I asked if it was a male or female issue is because we are fortunate enough to live near UNC Chapel Hill and one of the best male infertility doctor's in the country is the head of Urology there. My husband is a patient of his. So if you know anyone who is looking for a specialist due to male infertility issues let me know and I'll be happy to pass along the info. How long have you all been TTC? We tried for a year before seeing a doctor. I went to my gynocologist really as a precaution, never expecting to find out I rarely ovulate! Then after being unsuccesful with Clomid she recommended my husband see a specialist to be checked for any issues. Needless to say we were in shock to find out there was a problem with him as well. We are both 30, healthy and have no history that would have predicted this. Unfortunately, the particular male issue is something that cannot be treated and were told without IVF/ICIS our chances of conceiving on our own were slim to none. Thus the recommendation to NCCRM. We have been preparing to start our first round of IVF in July and low and behold I think I might be pregnant! I'm not quite a week late and am having other odd symptoms but haven't tested just yet. My husband is a State Trooper and is working nights this weekend, so we decided to wait till he is off to take a test. I think that is probably more of an excuse than anything! haha Deep down I don't think either one of us want to see that ONE pink line that we've seen too many times in the past. Anyway, I'd love to hear your experiences. I just stumbled across this message board yesterday and you are the first person I have corresponded with. I don't know about you, but I personally don't know anyone who has or who is currently going through this. And although our friends and family are very supportive, I don't think anyone can truly relate unless they have been in this situation. I hope that NCCRM might be what you are looking for and I look forward to hearing from you again soon. ~ Amy


Drammy - May 29

Wow Amy, I hope you are pregnant! What a blessing. Let me know :) I am going to look on the website later today and see where the clinic in SC is located. I have been trying to conceive for 7 years after having a miscarriage. I have just recently (within the past year) went to obgyn to find out what was causing my infertility. I found out that I had endometrial polyps and had 2 surgeries ton remove them. From those surgeries, I also found out that I have not ovulated in awhile. So, I just finished my first round of 50mg. clomid and did not ovulate. I will begin my first pill of 100mg today. If that does not work then she is going to send me to an RE. I really want an RE who does well with adhesions because I am afraid that the polyps healing caused some scar tissue which will need to be removed. If that checks out ok of course the next step is IUI. That makes me nervous. As far as the ONE pink line, my husband and I know exactly what you mean. It is so painful to keep seeing it. I will be sooo shocked when I actually do see two lines that I still wont believe it. I have not been on this forum very long either, but long enough to know that the ladies here are very helpful and supportive as opposed to other forums that I have tried. Well, I must go now but I will let you know my decision on an RE and thank you so much for your help. Please let me know about your results. I pray you get TWO pink lines this round!! God bless you both!



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