Thank you Padbrat! I hope my body is being kind too! But what I will say is that I am geared up now to fully get ttc under way! And if it isnt this month, it will be soon. And my fertility treatment is back on track as well. Will be having an u/s soon and then follow up appt. Then I think she will try clomid after checking to see if I ovulate. Which I know I do, but she said the progesterone in the clomid could help if I am having problems in that area. Hopefully I will be all systems go soon!!! GL for your scan
CJ am doing ok at the mo thanks. Swinging between being really positive that this time all will be well, and being a complete bundle of nerves! Just hoping and praying really. And wishing the time away!!! Cos it's still going SOOOO slowly! I think it will speed up when i get out of first tri. PMA!!
GL tommorow ttcstill!!!!
I took that positive opk off after doing some research i guess your LH can fluctuate alot during the 2 weeks before af after ovulation , Guess thats why doctors tell you to stop testing after a positive
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