First I'd like to give my sincere thanks to WebMD for giving me numerous pointers that have really helped me take charge of my fertility, something I quite honestly never paid that much attention to until now. Thank you all so much! My concern now is this: My cycles have for the most part been, as DH puts it, like a Swiss clock, between 26-28 days. However, all of a sudden, they've been all over the place with a shift from CD28 to 38 & 39 for May and June respectively. My doctor then put me on 2.5mg Femara for this cycle from CD3 then advised that we commence with BD from CD10. However, from my calculations I should be ovulating from CD23. So, why do the BD from CD10? My OPK test today (CD10) was negative. Does my doc know something I don't??? Secondly, what could have caused the shift in my cycles by 10 extra days? Kindly respond.View Thread
Oh great! CD6 for me here.. Doctor put me on Femara. I'm charting, temping, OPKing like crazy this month. Travelling a lot too so its all over the place..lol. Was in Malaysia yesterday, today Australia, then back to Malysia, then Dubai, then Indonesia..Gosh! I hope the Femara nails it all in.. BFP for July, yay! I'm so excited..I got a feeling this month is THE month for us! Its my Birthday too in July so I'm hoping for some birthday luck too
Great to have a cycle buddy..so cool! We're together on this one..Baby Dust ****View Thread
So, AF is here, and she didn't fail to disappoint..right at CD40..sigh. Sort of relieved though. It was getting really frustrating with the BFN, and no AF days past expected date!
Was keeping a brave face all day, but I feel so drained right now, like I've lost a huge chunk of energy. Poor DH is getting the brunt of my sour mood today.. But he's so sweet, booked me a luxurious spa and massage session to pamper and cheer me up..! He's so sweet, I feel so blessed to have him here for me.
Okay..so "bootcamp TTC" is on for July..Bring it! lol.. Any cycle buddies?View Thread
I can only imagine how tough it can be to TTC post cancer. Youre a real fighter and I admire your courage..way to go!
An expert would be better placed to assess how all these affect your ttc journey . I read widely on the ttc topics available online and it helps demistify lots if stuff.
I'm basically sticking to the basics.eg the folio idea is explained on webmd's home page under pregnancy - topic: Preparing for pregnancy. Look it up. It helps clarify stuff
The ovacare supplement was prescribed to me by my gyn. Just a minrq/vitamin supplement for preconception. There're millions out there so its better if your doc can specify one for you.
Will be great to chat some more on fb ..I'll look you up.. We can be bootcamp buddies )View Thread
Oh dear, I feel your frustration dear, especially with all those symptoms!
You can try testing again in another few days to see if it was just too early to test or if you got a false negative result. You should have your answer one way or the other by 16-18 days past ovulation.
I had my last period on 11th May and I don't have half as many symptoms as you do yet I'm CD38 lol.. You seem to be having higher chances than me..really hoping for a BFP for you soon!!!View Thread
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