I am crampy today.. bleck.. I "started" AF, but can't count CD1 until after I come off of provera...
How many more days on Provera?
So my friend that got back from Afghanistan a little while back just announced him and his wife are having a baby. I was actually really happy for him... No jealousy at all. Maybe it's because I knew him and his wife were trying for 5 months before he left, then he was gone on a 6 month deployment, and now he's back and they got a BFP. She's waited awhile for it so im happy for her....and I'm happy for me that I was actually able to be happy for someone's good news.
I wish the 17th would hurry up and get here so we can figure out our next step!!
Angel - Thanks.. but at the same time it is good. Hopefully my hormones regulate after.
Love - I have to take it for 10 days, so my last pill will be on sunday. So CD1 will be Monday. I am not messing with my chart until CD1.
I think it is easier if you know that the person was trying before, than when it accidentally happens. Also depends on the person too
Yeah its defiantly easier when you know someone has been trying and didnt hit it on the first time. Lol doesnt that seem wrong... like saying "yay im glad youre struggling too!" lol of course thats not what we mean, but sometimes thats how I think people would take it. Its so funny when he posted the ultrasound pic he also wrote on his wall "Im scared shitless and thrilled all at once. My baby looks like a goomba right now!" lol and he posted a pic of a goomba (bad guy walking mushroom from Mario games) next to the ultrasound pic. Hilarious
Wow.... Well its so unfair that men can practically make babies until they are old and grey! But its nice that his wife was able to fulfill her dream of becoming a mom- and that even at 60 he was willing to try and have children with her. Cool story, even though the 18 year old getting pregnant makes me jealous! Lol
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