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    Quote Originally Posted by tormy View Post
    Welcome ! What mg of clomid are you on? Are you doing any tracking ?
    Thanks girls I just needed somewhere to talk to others who understand. I'm currently on 50mg of clomid. I had an ultrasound yesterday on CD14 (as I usually have really long cycles of 33 days). They said the lining was only 3mm but she was hoping it would be around 7mm. I had a follicle on the left ovary at 19mm & one on the right at 17mm. She thinks I might ovulate about 1-3 days time. I've been doing ovulation tests with no luck so far.

    I'm not doing any temps this time around... Just the opk's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky27 View Post
    Thanks girls I just needed somewhere to talk to others who understand. I'm currently on 50mg of clomid. I had an ultrasound yesterday on CD14 (as I usually have really long cycles of 33 days). They said the lining was only 3mm but she was hoping it would be around 7mm. I had a follicle on the left ovary at 19mm & one on the right at 17mm. She thinks I might ovulate about 1-3 days time. I've been doing ovulation tests with no luck so far.

    I'm not doing any temps this time around... Just the opk's
    Welcome Rocky I have read parts if your ttc diary, I'm glad you joined us these ladies are amazing.

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    Welcome Rocky this group is the best good luck for this cycle

    Del - have you looked into taking soy isoflavones? It's meant to work in a similar way to clomid maybe check it out?

    AFM at docs waiting to get results of my ultrasound so nervous waiting for them to give me bad news why I can't get pg this time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pigeonpairplusone View Post
    Welcome Rocky this group is the best good luck for this cycle

    Del - have you looked into taking soy isoflavones? It's meant to work in a similar way to clomid maybe check it out?

    AFM at docs waiting to get results of my ultrasound so nervous waiting for them to give me bad news why I can't get pg this time.
    FX everything is perfect pigeon!!

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    Thanks Shelby...everything looking fine apart from having one tube. It looks like I was due to O from the wrong side though so not sure how we will go this cycle. They faxed off a referral to a FS so at least I feel like I'm being proactive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pigeonpairplusone View Post
    Del - have you looked into taking soy isoflavones? It's meant to work in a similar way to clomid maybe check it out?
    I have heard they work similar to vitex so I might give it a go, not like I have anything to lose lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I have heard they work similar to vitex so I might give it a go, not like I have anything to lose lol
    Yes I might try that as well.

    So I got my US report lining was 9mm on cd10 does anyone know whether that's ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pigeonpairplusone View Post
    Yes I might try that as well.

    So I got my US report lining was 9mm on cd10 does anyone know whether that's ok?
    I think the lining needs to be a min of 8mm but don't quote me on that. I suspect it will continue to increase too so I would say that's good news.

    I read that with the soy isoflavones they say if you have a normal cycle (which I do) you shouldn't take it, much like vitex. But once the clomid is done I'm out of options so willing to try anything.

    cd13 today and an almost pos this evening so should get the surge tomorrow morning and ovulate cd15. I'm cutting it ultra close for ovulating when I'm going away without DH next month but we'll see what happens. Getting pain on both left and right so it feels like I have more than one follie. Come on body PLEASE work!

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    So how does ovulating work with only one tube pigeon? I've read it pulls the egg over to intact tube, is this true or do you not ovulate from the ovary missing a tube at all?

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    So did anyone watch the Mary Coustas story on 60mins a few nights ago? I balled like a baby thru the whole thing. That poor couple Just wonderful to hear though she is pg again and just about out of the 25 week danger period...


 

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