This post was very helpful to me. I have been using BBT and clomid but only for like a month. I understand with the $$$ item with all the TTC. I think that if I am not pregnant this month, I will get the ovulation kit. Clearblue does sell one in Walgreens I believe. It's 43.99 on Walgreens.com for a one month supply. I t may be more cost effective than the $200 one. Thanks again.View Thread
So we're on round 1 of clomid and charting. I'm on day 27 and took a test last night that was negative. So feeling dicouraged. Our anniversary is Tuesday and I was so hoping to have a positive test for our 3rd anniversary. I can't help but be disappointed. I'm 37 and I was hoping to have my second child during this year. Just needed to say something ..................................... View Thread
Hubby and I have been ttc since January. Still nothing. Went to my OB/GYN and she started me on clomid and charting this month. So we'll see. We have a 2 1/2 year old and had no trouble conceiving with her. So we'll see how this work. Anyone use clomid without the HSG?? I did not do HSG since it was not covered by insurance. If it doesn't happen by December, then we will think about HSG with another round of clomid.View Thread
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