Mysh I hope you O soon if you haven't already! Fx for you...is it April yet?!
Britta that is so great that you are Oing and have a regular cycle with PCOS. Are you managing it with diet or medication? Fx for you.
What I said before about clomid/femera being good if you're not ovulating, I just meant that for us, based on our age and crap sperm, doing injections to get as many targets as possible makes sense. Plus we both have good insurance so the expensive injectable drugs are covered. I think I might have asked to try oral meds first if I was 5 years younger.
Britta that is great you are ovulating! One last thing to worry about
I think I ovulated, my cm has dried up so that's that. Thinking I am in the tww now and feeling ready for this FET!! I honestly wish we never did the femera, it was such a waste but we just didn't pull the trigger. I wish we did IVF right away!
Had my scan today to check follicles. Didn't get any actual measurements but left one had one very large beautiful one and one slightly smaller one. No real good ones on the right side, just a bunch of small ones. But she said the the large one on my left was just "dandy"! Lol. She went ahead and gave me the trigger shot so lots of bding this weekend!
Hi girls! just got back from Disney! I'm exhausted I'll say that! 5 days at Disney and a day at Legoland was sooo much walking. I was crampy around CD13 so I'm assuming O was around there, I'm on CD20 and go in for my 21day progesterone test on Monday (so technically cd22 again) and we'll see what Clomid did! I guess that puts me at, 7dpoish but I'm trying not to pay much attention to that and I'm convincing myself to not test- unless AF is actually late, so 6 more days! haha
Welcome back darling! Glad you had a good time. I hope your progesterone comes back good! Fx the clomid did the trick!
I am also trying not to test before AF is due...so around March 30. I didn't even think about it until today, so that's something!
I had a nice talk with my DH this morning. He met up with his parents at the cottage yesterday to do some maintenance (I didn't go). He finally told them we're seeing a fertility specialist and about our miscarriage last summer. I'm glad it's out in the open with his parents now. For the last 6 months I've felt like I had to 'put on a happy face' with them and pretend nothing is going on. So that's a bit of a relief. Unless they start asking a million questions...hopefully not. That will be worse than pretending everything is a-ok!
thanks wish and woo only 4 more days then Glad you were about to get some openness out there about the miscarriage and fertility treatments. I announced my pregnancy at 8 weeks so when I miscarried at 10weeks I ended up having to post about it, briefly. I actually tell everyone about my fertility treatments now only because after the miscarriage being known I HATE when friends and family stare at my belly like they are trying to evaluate if I'm secretly pregnant again. Because it's already been almost 7 months since the miscarriage, and most people, statistically, would've fallen pregnant again by now... So I always mention my impending fertility treatment to prevent that awkward conversation. Idk, I don't want pregnancy suspicions when I'm not, it makes me sad. Anyways keep us posted if you test early wish!
Darling I think it's great you are open about fertility treatments. And really, without knowing it, you are showing others who are suffering silently that they aren't alone, so I think it's amazing. glad you enjoyed Disney! We did too but man it wears you out! Only 5 more days until testing
Wish glad he was able to tell his parents so you don't feel like you have to tiptoe around them. Hopefully they won't ask many questions! I hope the week passes quickly for you till test time!!
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