I am 11dpo and 10dpiui. I took a frer last night and went to bed before looking at it (was frustrated) and this morning took one and this is what i got; looked at last nights and this is what I got. Digi says 'no'...opinions please? I can take it.... (I can see it fine in the case, but cannot get a decent pic so that is why I scanned it) Thank You!!
Dh and I have been ttc for 17 cycles now; I am ok he has bad sperm. Low count, low morph and mediocre motility. This was our first iui cycle and I didn't think it worked because the volume was so low! My fs said he will not waste a sample and we did it anyway. Next month I am to start Femara. God I hope this is it!! So scared!! Thank you ladies from the bottom of my heart for taking the time to reply
Definately no indent. I've had those before. I was just checking it again to make sure! Indents have almost a whiteish line on one side and then the supposed line. This one has none of those. The one I took from this morning is still in the case and looks just like the picture. I swear ttc ladies would make the best CSI!!
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