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    I wanted to try letrozole given it doesn't ruin your lining (and low and behold I lost the baby in Oct, I believe from that exact problem after 6 months of clomid). You know what the gyno said??? I've never heard of that drug before so I'm not comfortable prescribing it? WTF????

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    I too had a very frustrating double surge this month. Surged CD19 and thought I ovulated but nope CD29!!! ovulation!! Such a long yucky cycle. I want to ask to take clomid on the cycle that I do a frozen emby transfer as my cycles are too cactus without it

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I wanted to try letrozole given it doesn't ruin your lining (and low and behold I lost the baby in Oct, I believe from that exact problem after 6 months of clomid). You know what the gyno said??? I've never heard of that drug before so I'm not comfortable prescribing it? WTF????
    My FS put me on it instead of clomid, saying it was gentler on my body, with less side effects.

    How does Clomid affect your lining?



    Me = 34, DH = 34
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    Quote Originally Posted by bel2466 View Post
    I too had a very frustrating double surge this month. Surged CD19 and thought I ovulated but nope CD29!!! ovulation!! Such a long yucky cycle. I want to ask to take clomid on the cycle that I do a frozen emby transfer as my cycles are too cactus without it
    Excuse my ignorance, but with a FET don't they give you other drugs to stimulate a "proper" cycle to go along with it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrillian View Post
    Excuse my ignorance, but with a FET don't they give you other drugs to stimulate a "proper" cycle to go along with it?


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    Hey Shrillian, clomid can thin your lining making it difficult for an embryo to implant.
    In terms of a FET, my clinic either does them unmedicated/natural for those with fairly regular cycles and medicated FET's for those with irregular cycles and other fertility or hormonal issues.
    My FS hinted at a previous appt that I could do an unmedicated FET but I'm going to ask for clomid or similar x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrillian View Post
    My FS put me on it instead of clomid, saying it was gentler on my body, with less side effects.

    How does Clomid affect your lining?


    Yes from everything I've read, letrozole has the same success rates but is def gentler. Apparently clomid puts estrogen into overdrive, which after months, thins your lining so you can't sustain a pg. Which I firmly believe is what happened with my last loss. My period was so scant I was bleeding one day and spotting 1-2.

    That's why I plan to do 2 months of clomid, then go a month on, month off. The lining regenerates really fast after 1 cycle so a month off is all that's needed.

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    Why the feck do they prescribe clomid if it affects your lining like that?!?

    Sigh. Frustrated as heck over here. Ff gave me an ovulation day this morning and I'm hoping hoping it's wrong. It thinks o day was cd8!?! And we didn't BD that day so if it's right I'm gonna be mega peed off!!

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    Bc usually if clomid works, it works in the first 3 months when the lining is still ok. Apparently something like 30% fall in the first cycle but the success rate at 6 months is only 40%. It's rare to fall so late like I did.

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    Have had a looong day at work and now having a miserable downer moment and feeling a lot of self pity and lack of self worth. Stupid TTC!!!

    DH is working till 11pm tonight, so I think I'll take advantage of it and have a sappy girlie movie night with dinner consisting of the remainder of the tub of ice cream in the freezer.

    Considering I feel like picking a fight with DH for no reason, I think ice cream is the better option.


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    lol Shrillian I'm aiming for wine


 

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