Hello all! My husband and I have been ttc for almost 3 year. My cycle is very irregular. My last Dr. said there was nothing medically wrong with me, just that my body didn't want to ovulate like it should. So he decided to try me on Clomid. We only did 3 cycles of the clomid because our different work schedule made it close to impossible to plan anything. Now we are on the same schedules and ready to try again. I have a consult with a new Dr. this week and am looking forward to ttc again. I wasn't very impressed with my last dr. so I'm hoping the new one will have a little more insight to what is going on. Wish me luck and baby dust!View Thread
I went to a new doctor because my husband was offered a new job so we moved from WI to IL. My previous Dr. was just a general dr. not a specialist or anything. My new dr is and actual ob/gyn. Both dr.s though recommended 6 months on the clomid. I am very happy with the new dr. though, He came in and we quickly set up a game plan. The old Dr. was kinda hit and miss on what to do. So to have a Dr. that has experience in this field is a BIG relief...I actually have a good feeling this time. Best of luck to you!View Thread
Holy moly!....are you using a fertility monitor or opk? Have you asked your Dr. about it? My cycles have always been crazy irregular. When i started using clomid i also used the fertility monitor and i never got peak fertiltiy, only got as far as high fertiltiy. So that would make me think ok i'm not going to ovulate...but then 2-3 weeks later i would get my period...i still don't understand that. But anyway, i am hoping to have better luck this time on the clomid. Best of luck to you!View Thread
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