Well I'm on a slight downer after AF last week. The excitement of my body working again has just made me anxious now about when am I ovulating and when should I be having sex etc etc. Trying not to stress as I know that doesnt help but easier said than done as I am sure you are all well aware of!
Just curious, do any of you suffer from ingrown hairs? I know PCOS causes darker ticker hair but I have found I get a lot of ingrowns!!
Anyone know if its okay to drink alcohol after taking clomid?
Ive been told in the past that alcohol affects your chances of conceiving and messes with ovulation and its obviously not the best idea to drink whilst on medication but We are having people over for dinner on saturday night (I finish clomid on friday night) and we normally end up having a few drinks. I know I probably shouldnt drink, but I dont really want everyone to assume I'm pregnant (which they will as I always drink with them)
Most people that avoid drinking don't drink after o. Not sure how it works with clomid though sorry.
See I'm the bad girl of the bunch. I'm doing naughty stuff right up until that Pregnyl injection.
Maybe I'll re-think that.....
HCG has come down a little and spotting is getting a wee bit heavier so it's starting to happen. But I've been given the all clear for copious amounts of cocktails!! Yippee
Bugger! See how it goes
Anyone got any tips for handling the TTC anxiety?
just having one of those days where its all overwhelming and frustrating!!
The FS we want to see cant fit us in until august so we are seeing someone else in the mean time but I've only heard bad things about him and that is stressing me like crazy as more and more people are saying DONT see him!
I feel like a nutter today.
Sorry for the rant!!
Ah purple, wish I could help. The only thing that helped me was coming into this thread and venting how $hitty or depressed I was, it helps cause we are with you - we understand!
Just have to stay positive. It's not a matter of if, it's a matter of when.
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