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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    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!
    I have my FX for you!! Yea I heard that about the soy but I figure I can't lose at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tormy View Post
    That sounds good to me my FS said the other day they like it to be 8mm or higher
    Thanks for that you girls are a wealth of knowledge!

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    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?
    Yes I still O on the wrong side...I wish I only did on the right side I'd prob have more chance of success. The thing is I conceived dd2 with one tube so I know my body is capable...so frustrating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    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...
    I bawled too...it's so unfair what some people go through...made me want to try harder & not give up.

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    Yes I watched it too, was in tears.

    Welcome Rocky, glad you found this thread, a lovely group of very supportive ladies.

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    IUI booked! Woo hoo! Two good follies, one on each side. Go in Friday, 1pm

    Bloods came back fine. Nothing interesting. FS said it was def AF, because my really thick lining has now thinned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissusMac View Post
    IUI booked! Woo hoo! Two good follies, one on each side. Go in Friday, 1pm

    Bloods came back fine. Nothing interesting. FS said it was def AF, because my really thick lining has now thinned.
    That's great, can I ask the reason you are doing IUI just cause DH is away? Still trying to think if we are going to give it a go, I'm leaning towards no because I can fall on clomid it's just keeping it that's the issue. So what real benefit will IUI do for us. Appt today I guess I'll figure out what I'm doing then.

    I watched 60min I was in tears too such a beautiful story.

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    Woo right follie is looking good, between 12-13mm at cd12. Seems to be on track for oing on cd16

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    Quote Originally Posted by CinderElla88 View Post
    Woo right follie is looking good, between 12-13mm at cd12. Seems to be on track for oing on cd16
    Nice!

    I'm keen to see what my follies are doing today will be cd10.

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    Great news cinder.

    Shelby we're doing IUI basically because we're sick to death of trying! And now that DH is away it didn't leave us an alternative (he will be home for this one has it works out). We've done TI, both monitored and on our own (using OPKs) and have had one pregnancy (mc) in 2 years. So hopefully this increases our chances. FS seems very positive we'll be successful.

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