Not that I really know how to find anyone here any more...but... I just finished my first round of clomid 50mg...and I got my smiley face on Thursday morning.
Seriously...I don't want to go through this type of ovulation again! You ladies on clomid...is this normal? But I was in quite a bit of discomfort. I couldn't hold in my stomach...didn't want a full bladder...and walking was more like "left ovary, right ovary, left ovary, right ovary..." The whole two days (not including today...its better today) just sucked.
I really hope i get preggers this cycle. We started bding on day 7...did EOD until today...sometimes every 24 hours.... this is day16. I think we're pretty much covered. But really....I feel like something's got to come of this to make it all worthwhile!!
But...what day do I count as o day...the day i got the smiley? or the day the pain went away (which I'm assuming is the cyst popping and shooting out an egg?)View Thread
I'm so sorry ladies. We've been through that a couple times now. It doesn't get any easier.
If it's early, you can count the m/c as day one...but usually you're going to want to wait a cycle to see what happens. It could be way off from what you're used to...and you may or may not ovulated. If you have to have a d&c, you may have to wait a little longer. But lots and lots of hugs!!!View Thread
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