So we have been trying since September and I feel bad getting upset about it because I watched my sister struggle for 3 years to try and get pregnant and had several miscarriages. She now has twins (boy and girl the cutest babies ever, call me biased). But anywho I have done the blood work...had the HSG test to check my tubes (which was painful) they were open though and this month my fertilty monitor said I was high fertilty for 7 days!! That started on day 20...i have a 32 day cycle. Never hit peak...kinda bummed. They said the HSG test gives you higher fertilty but I think it just messed me all up. I am taking progesterone because my dr says I may be getting prego and not getting progesterone in time...my hubby has NOT been tested...guess thats my next step. What about Chlomid though?View Thread
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