Tons of thanx for reply and I m so happy to read u got preggers , positive story is such a moral booster.
I was neither tested for insulin nor tube test Yes u/s was done on day14 of my 1st round of clomid and doc showed me two follicles ready to release eggs on day 16-18 . Later I was administrated blood test for progesterone and she said it was good . After this she asked me to continue 25mg clomid for next 3 cycles and try BD with assumption that I ovulate day 16-18. This month I finished my last dose of clomid but ended with same AF
I think u have a point in getting tubes tested and DH sperm test done too. Besides I have started doing cardio to take control of pcos.
I m mad reading about positions frequency of BD and I feel so low
Me and DH happily married for 5 years but did not want a baby for first few years now since one year have been trying. Initially casually but now badly. We are 31. I have PCOS but my doc had put me on clomid for 4 months 25 mg and it gave results in terms of O and good progestrone level later. But even after 4 month of clomid and charting etc , we did not get the desired result yet , rather AF comes every month and kills all our hopes We dont drink, smoke and i have recently quit tea also ( my fav food ).
Any advice freinds, we so badly need a child now ............
All advice / suggestions / tips would be really helpful for my disturbed soul.View Thread
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