According to Clear Blue Fertility monitor, I had an Estrodial surge on CD 19 and LH on CD 20. Urinel LH strip suggested LH surge on evening of CD 19. This is very late for me (I am getting older), so I had blood work done late afternoon on CD 21. I use vaginal progesterone suppositories after release to support fertility as per my RE. I wanted to make sure there was a rise in my progesterone before starting the suppositories as this was an off cycle. I need a piece of info to assess possibility of a true surge myself.
My LH surges usually reach above 50. Is it possible that it had been double what this reads a day or two before? How quickly does the LH blood value go down after surging?
Not sure if it is worth getting retested today on CD 22. Doctor's office is closed tomorrow. RE practice is a bear to work with.when not officially monitoring with them. I am not asking for specific advice, but rather info on if an LH surge a day or two prior to a blood reading of 21.9 is a possibility. Had no CD 3 bloods done, but LH was in low 20s on CD 15--actually all above hormones were similar,
SO I am taking estradiol and a medroxy___. I am probably past this stage, but do I still need to take...
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SO I am taking estradiol and a medroxy___. I am probably past this stage, but do I still need to take precautionary measures to NOT get pregnant? I had a number of health issues and went through menopause early (41) so I am now on these 2 products. I want to be intimate with my husband, but I have no drive, and at 46 I don;t want to get pregnant- how can I "get in the mood" and can I stop using condoms? Sounds like a stupid question, but I am unclear even after speaking to my OBGYN.View Thread
hello, my name is brittany. this past week i have had gas and non stop diarrhea, like i have never had before. im very uncomfortable and sometimes nauseas. i havent really been eating because everything either makes me feel sick (just from looking at it) or makes me feel like using the restroom. today my friend told me that someone she knows had diarrhea and found out she was pregnant. and it reminded me of the unprotected sex i had with my boyfriend. my period wont be for another week or so, i guess i m just wondering if this could be an early pregnancy sign or if im just letting this little comment get to me.. please help lol
I am 49years old and trying to get pregnant. And wanted to know if Letrozole is advisable to use? Please...
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I am 49years old and trying to get pregnant. And wanted to know if Letrozole is advisable to use? Please kindly advise before I start using the pills. Thank you in advance for you professional medical advise.View Thread
So me and my partner is trying to have a baby for almost a year now. 1 more month to go. We do not have any...
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So me and my partner is trying to have a baby for almost a year now. 1 more month to go. We do not have any protection at all. We do it every single day. Its like we could let a day pass by without doing it. Its like hobby to us. He puts everything inside me for 11 months and now I'm still not conceiving. He already has kids with his previous partner and I think I am the problem. Haven't gone to the doctor yet.View Thread
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