We are going on our third round of Clomid this month. Only this month I have to go in for an ultrasound to find out if the medicine is actually doing it's job. I honestly had hoped that the medicine would have worked and we would be PG by now and it just isn't happening. I just don't understand why it only took 2 months with DS and it's been a year and a half this time and nothing. I'm having such a hard time holding it together right now. I just need somewhere to vent because no one around me understands or gets what I am dealing with.View Thread
So, I went to the doctor the beginning of January. I love my doctor so much, we discussed a lot and decided that if I get my AF in February, then we will start on Clomid. My hormone levels are all good and she doesn't think my DH is the problem since he has had 2 children. We will see how it goes. At least I have some solutions and am hopeful that things will go well in the next few months.View Thread
How can my cycles be as regular as clockwork, but still never get PG?!?! I can tell you the exact day my AF will come and I am always right. Never miss a beat, but still can't get PG. It was so easy with my DS, 2 months and BAM!!! Now, it's been a year and nothing. So frustrating!!!View Thread
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