Hi ladies, I'm on iui cycle number 2 with femara and injectibles. ....In the 2ww. I haven't been able to keep up with the list, sorry for that. But a significant number of s in here and surely more to come! to all.
Hello ladies, I've been struggling with this little baby making project for almost two years now and it hurts, hurts. Despite that, we're gonna be strong and make it happen. And I really have been feeling good and very hopeful since having started clomid. Who is TTC #1 and on Clomid? When are you testing? Let me know and I'll update our list. So far, just me, and I am waiting to o. XO and for each and every one of you who reads this. I just read up on success rates and rates of twins and I'm feeling lucky!
hi huni can i join? :-)
im ttc nearly 4yrs. put off seeking help as i prayed it would happen. had a lap in june which confirmed extensive adhesions. luckily i had healthy tubes and ovaries. they werejust all tied down with adhesions. ive recently had a full laparotomy to hopefully put me back together!! hospital admin error has resulted in me starting another cycle without gettin my clomid off my doc. so i have taken my friends (silly i know!!) dreading my adhesions already grown back so didnt wanna waste another cycle.
sorry for waffling.....im currently cd4 have been taking 50mg since cd2. i dont even know what to expect. early ovulation? strong pains? late af's? so any chatter would be very welcome :-)) xxxxxx good luck
Hello louimum and starlight, glad we're here to keep eachother company xo
I took 50mg clomid on cd4-8.
Historically my cycle has been about a week longer than the average woman. Last time, it was 39 days and before that it was 42. It'd be great if I o-ed soon! Today is cd13.
Louimum, I'm not sure what to expect either. Twins! lol
Starlight, I will be doing my opks in hopes that I o early like you did. Are you temping? Did you notice any changes to your luteal phase? Was it longer? Did your temps go up higher or stay high longer? Was af the same as usual? I read something yesterday about how af could be heavier?
I added you both to the list at the top . Keep the thread updated, especially on when you think you o-ed.
I took clomid on CD2-6 and am now on CD14, hoping to ovulate in the next day or two (but no surge as yet from OPK). I' not being scanned but will have day 21 bloods next week.
Horseypants it sounds like we have a lot in common! I'm 35 in March, have been trying nearly 3 years and would love the clomid to work. I managed to get preg in Feb, the month after I took clomid for the first time (at the wrong time! - Long story short, I was spotting and thought it was the beginning of AF, took clomid but then started the real AF 2 weeks later and then managed to get pregnant the next month naturally, so this is my second go at clomid, but the first go at the right time!). I love your piccie by the way - is that your cat?!!
Horseypants - hope you O soon!! How have you been feeling? I stopped temping a few months ago. My LP seemed to lengthen a little from 12 to 14 days but I am also on progesterone after O which may have contributed to longer LP! On AF right now and seems a bit heavier than usual and lots of cramps. Oh and last month before O I had very strong O pain!
Hi Mrs,Elsi, of course, glad you've joined the thread! I'm doing opks too. I also have a progesterone test scheduled after ovulation. Since I'll be temping, at least I'll know when o probably took place and then go in for the test 7 days alter - the same one most ladies are taking on cd21.
Esli, I'm 35 in June xo. Yay! thanks for being here to keep e company on this journey. I wish we were already mommies, but hey, second best is we get to do it now with new friends!
The kitty is an "internet stray," but I do have a cat. Check out my journal, linked at the bottom of my signature .
I'm on my first cycle with Clomid. I took 50mg on CD3-7. I got +OPKs on CD17 and CD18 (on CD19 now) so I should hopefully ovulate within the next day or did ovulate yesterday. I'm not sure when I'll be testing yet though. I'm kinda thinking of testing around 11/3.
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