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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrillian View Post
    Okay.

    Now it looks like I'll be having a THIRD surge for this month, according to this morning's OPK.

    I have no idea what my body is doing!!!

    I officially give up for this cycle.

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    Me = 34, DH = 34
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    Omg.....WTF?

    Well....Fx for triplets???????

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    My tests had come back negative for PCOS each time. Had it tested for three times in my life. Once by a Specialist when I got a massive ovarian cyst, second with my GP and then again by my FS. I really have no idea what my body is doing. Might bite the bullet and make an appointment with my FS again (haven't seen him since December's OI).


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    Quote Originally Posted by OIC View Post
    Omg.....WTF?

    Well....Fx for triplets???????
    I know!!!! It's just nuts.


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    Okay. Called the FS and have an appointment on Monday afternoon. Let's see what he recommends for me!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrillian View Post
    My tests had come back negative for PCOS each time. Had it tested for three times in my life. Once by a Specialist when I got a massive ovarian cyst, second with my GP and then again by my FS. I really have no idea what my body is doing. Might bite the bullet and make an appointment with my FS again (haven't seen him since December's OI).


    Me = 34, DH = 34
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    It's frustrating! It took them 3 goes to diagnose me with it! I was tested once a year for 3 years and they finally diagnosed me last year. Hopefully your fs has some answers!!

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    I'm wondering if he'll let me try OI again, or if he'll recommend more intensive treatment for me. Hmm...


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    Good luck for your appointment on Monday @Shrillian let's hope you get some answers or a new course of action!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrillian View Post
    Okay. Called the FS and have an appointment on Monday afternoon. Let's see what he recommends for me!


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    Good luck Shrillian, hope he can get you some answers......or triplets! Kee hee hee.
    Are you going to start POAS ing according to the first, second, or third surge!? That's going to be an expensive week of testing! Fx one of them worked for you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OIC View Post
    Good luck Shrillian, hope he can get you some answers......or triplets! Kee hee hee.
    Are you going to start POAS ing according to the first, second, or third surge!? That's going to be an expensive week of testing! Fx one of them worked for you!
    Oh Shrillian, what a frustrating cycle! My guess would be that only the final surge may have actually achieved ovulation as it is highly unlikely you would drop 3 eggs at 3 different times in a cycle! After the true ovulation, the body would prepare then for AF if is not fertilised, so in theory i would count the final surge as O if it also matches with CM, cervix position, body signs etc?
    Why cant our silly bodies just behave!! xxx

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