I had bloodwork yesterday to check fasting glucose, LH, FSH, Prolactin, and had an abdominal ultrasound to check for gallbladder problems as i've been having abdominal pain for awhile. I also have a pelvic ultrasound booked for Feb 24 to check for PCO.
Still have to meet with my doctor and have the fight about me staying on my morphine or switching to methadone (which the fertility specialist would like me to do) before getting the all-clear to TTC again.
implantation occurs between 6-12DPo and mine was on 9DPo so im kind of hoping temps stay high
had a bad nights sleep and kept waking up which is why im hoping todays temp hasnt risen much
Theres no mistaking my ov dip
No kidding. Then you look at MY chart and it's all over the place. lol
I stopped temping until AF comes. I'm so depressed about this cycle. Blegh.
Found out from the ultrasound tech that it's against the rules for them to tell you the sex of the baby where I live too...what the heck??? So now, when I DO get preggo (and it'll happen...i'm optimistic) I won't know whether to paint the upstairs room pink or blue. lol Thinking yellow?
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