Oooh Chandra, I'm hoping for good news for you! I know you are nervous, but hang in there girl!! Easier said than done Even if today is not the day to trigger, with your RE tracking things so closely, you will have an excellent change this cycle! Keep us updated!View Thread
Well I guess I figured this was coming, although I didn't anticipate several would decide to go together. I understand your decision to move on, but I'd be lying if I didn't say that I am sad and disappointed (for me and the others here, not at you). Beth, thanks for posting this message before you moved on too, I appreciate that.
I will miss you Beth, Jess, and Tanya. I wish you all the very best. I will obviously be lurking over there to keep up with you guys. I'm hoping and praying for your BFPs very soon. You are wonderful ladies who I have enjoyed getting to know, but even more importantly, I have appreciated your supports. Thank you so much for that.View Thread
I've not ever taken the provera, although I was taking another progesterone as a supplement after O. I know everyone is different in the way that they respond, but from what I've read I believe you should get AF 5-7 after provera. Some get it sooner than that, but I think it should start after those 5-7 max. I'm hoping for you that she shows soon so you can get started on your next cycle and the clomid. Have you taken the clomid before? This is my first cycle on clomid, and I'm in the 2ww.View Thread
Hey Cate! My thoughts are that the fertility monitor or OPKs always outrank the temping, although it is nice to have both to compare along with the cm too. There is more room for error in the temping so today's little increase could be off for some other reason (did you have some more wine last night I love wine too fyi). The fact that your cm is matching up well with your CBEFM is a good sign! I usually get my ewcm the day of my first pos OPK which is right before I O. Sounds to me like you are about to O!! Get it on girl! Happy BDing!! View Thread
So glad you got good news from the HSG and the sesame seeds mystery And like Jess, I felt wimpy when I had my HSG too! As soon as that dye went it, my lady parts were like "uh uh we don't want this stuff in here" and cramped up on me! The moving from side to side so they could get the pics was awkward too! But thankfully it was quick! The aftermath for me wasn't bad, just very little minor cramps that went away quick. Doesn't it feel good to have it out of the way with?? View Thread
Wow, I feel so behind on here! I've been MIA the last few days bc life has been a little crazy! I want to reply to all the threads on here but I don't have enough time tonight either...sigh...I'll do my best to hit some highlights on here....
Ok my quick update...I am on C11 cd19 and I'm gonna say 3 dpo. I'm kind of guessing on the exact day because I got 4 pos OPKs which makes absolutely no sense to me. I'm thinking either I am just screwy or maybe I need to change OPK brands. But I did have some O cramping/pains, good ewcm last wk, so I'm feeling good that I did O. And DH and I BDed a lot this time. Every day in the last week. I'm freaking exhausted from it!!
Ok, lots of stuff going on here on this board...Joelle I'm rooting for you this week!! I'm thrilled for the recent BFPs so I'm hoping for some more Lots of dr apts coming up too, so I wishing the best for all of you. Hoping to hear encouraging news here. Keep the updates coming girls!View Thread
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