Seems like all of a sudden, every IVF girl is on Clexane. I am allergic to aspirin, so can't take that. Interestingly, because of my internal bleeding episode in hospital after my surgery and because I bruise so easily from Bts etc, they tested me for the oppostite - thought I might have had trouble clotting. But they couldn't find anything. And actually, I must say (sorry TMI), but from my m/c onwards I do have little tiny clotty bits in my AF. And I bled lightly for 6 weeks after the m/c. Hmmm. Well, as I can never take aspirin I take lots of fish oil & CoQ10 - seems to help the blood run better for BTs. Maybe if we do go back to see FS I can ask him about Clexane.
Letrozole is used in the same way as Clomid, but has been found not to have the side effects (including thin lining) that have been reported with Clomid. You take it for 5 days, from CD3-7 - it works by supressing oestrogen receptors to allow more FSH to come in on those days. So it's used either for people who don't ovulate to help them ovulate, or for people who do (like me) to have a"better" one, or maybe 2 or 3 eggs. It is off label for fertility, as it is intended as a breast cancer drug ... but is used a lot for this purpose anyway. Goes by the trade name of Femara in the US. A girl I know in another group was prescribed it for her FET and they gave her 6 repeats. She very kindly offered it to me and sent me 2 months' worth! So if this month doesn't work, I'll give it a go next time.
Meanwhile, still no bloody surge this morning. Hmmmmm.