Hey ladies, I had my pre op today and all was fine although i couldnt wait any longer for my blood tests as had to get to exam which I failed! So going tomorrow morning to get them done.
The only thing I am wary of is according to FF i am 7DPO today and on Friday will be 11DPO. which again i seem to have done all on my own. I told the pre op nurse this today and she gave me a test for pregnancy to do too. She said to do it straight away but surely FMU would be better than middle of morning???? And the amount of water I am drinking at moment wold have diluted and who can really tell 7DPO anyway?
My chart is different to last months - have a look if you wish and let me know what you think. Even 11DPO is a bit early to tell and i keep thinking as if I would catch now after 3 years. But something about my chart has me wonder x
Mrs Chmabers - sorry about your exam Can you re-take it?
And best of luck with testing - you never know, this could be it
Tryingforever - that's so soon! Im glad you have your date - it'll be here before you know it.
AFM - Another BFN and a temp dip So expecting the witch tomorrow or Thur. I think I have my new diagnosis - it's called Luteneized Unruptured Follicle. When the folliw matures but doesn't pop. Will ask gyni about it next week.
Im also trying to make an appointment with the GP. I want to push them for more NHS treatment. So far Ive had NOTHING and I don't think its fair as we've been ttc for 19 months. I also want to ask for some hormone blood tests at the start of this next cycle - I want to check if the OD has reduced the levels of my male hormones.
Tbh I am really upset that I didn't catch after the OD. I was really hoping it would work.
I'm so sorry, Maria! It's so hard, isn't it? Our doctors tell us all of these wonderful things about OD, and they get our hopes up that one little surgery is going to immediately get us pregnant right away. I still have my hopes up that I'll get my BFP this month (it was a - yesterday at 11 DPO), but I know I'm going to be crushed if/when AF comes this weekend!
I'm curious about my hormone levels, too. I'm definitely going to ask about it when I go in next. Although I'm hoping there won't be a "next" visit!
Hi all...hope all you ladies are well...I thought I would update you with my story so far... Had OD 16th Mar....bleeding till Thursday 24th March....stitches still havent dissolved fully yet....Found a small internal gland/lump on my tummy...made an appt today and saw my gp as really worried...she said it could be just swelling or a little fat on the inside lining of the stomach...but monitoring it....have done OV kits and all negative so far...developed a cold and very dry seldom cough..again dr wreckons its a anaesthetic cough...!!! but i do feel feverish although temp is ok!....asked my gynae for my report to the gp they faxes it over. gp says all went ok...i asked for clomid/metaformin and gp says we are no longer allowed to prescribe this...u need to be re-referred to ur gynae!!! GOD what a roller coaster...we BD last night after nearly 5 months...yh 5 mths...i knw but it became such a chore but last night it was lovely.just hope one day it happens for us all ... we deserve it xx SENDING all you beautiful ladies lots of baby dust xxx
CD3 for me of the heaviest af in m life Usually (on the Clomid) I didn't have to change my pad more than 4 times a day (on a heavy day). Yesterday I went through 6 pads and that's only because work was so busy that I hardly had time to run to the loo
I wonder if that's what m natural period is like or if it's because it's the first one after the lap
I have my follow up FS appointment next Thur. Ill be CD9. I am not using OPKs or temping this month. I have a business trip on April 18th and then we are off to Mexico on the 22nd so Ill just have to wait and see what happens.
Would be good to know how the other OD girls are doing
Funny ive just posted a thread about the same thing apart from mine seems to of gone the other way... really light! I do believe this is actually my 2nd af though as after the drilling my bleeding went straight into my af (which was due then anyway)
In my case im assuming that for me lighter af's mean I did ov on that cycle (which I know I did this month) as when on clomid (which I ov) they were lighter as well
Am I correct in thinking that this is your first af after drilling? If so then just to let you know that my first one after the od was heavy as well, I saw it as a good thing lol, (weirdo I know lol) as maybe its just your body getting rid for want of a better description
I went straight on the birth control, so I'm afraid I'm no help! This is my first cycle off of everything, so I'm curious to know what's my new "normal." Of course, I'm hoping I don't find out!!
AF is due today... of course, I'm getting good amounts of CM so I keep getting upset, then going to the bathroom to find out nothing is going on! Woo hoo! Testing tomorrow if I can wait that long - I'd like to wait so DH is home.
And of course, I like pretending like I'm preggers and don't want to face the dreaded single line!!
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