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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    @Mumma K thats great about the follie fx it becomes a sticky bub! Do you not regularly o?

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    Unfortunately not. As far as I know this is the first time I've ovulated in years

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumma K View Post
    Unfortunately not. As far as I know this is the first time I've ovulated in years
    Are you seeing a fs? I didn't ovulate for 15months (at least) and took soy isoflavones and ovulated! Now I have DD.

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    Wow @Mumma K hopefully this is it for you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beccaboobang View Post
    Are you seeing a fs? I didn't ovulate for 15months (at least) and took soy isoflavones and ovulated! Now I have DD.
    Not yet. I had so much going on that I had going on that I put ttc on the back burner.

    I'm seeing my gyno next Tuesday to talk about getting a laparoscopy done to investigate for endo and starting clomid.

    just a bit nervous as I've already got twins who were conceived naturally and very unexpected haha so possibly adding clomid into the mix is kinda scary

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumma K View Post
    Not yet. I had so much going on that I had going on that I put ttc on the back burner.

    I'm seeing my gyno next Tuesday to talk about getting a laparoscopy done to investigate for endo and starting clomid.

    just a bit nervous as I've already got twins who were conceived naturally and very unexpected haha so possibly adding clomid into the mix is kinda scary
    Twins and triplets can and do happen off clomid - we know people who've had this happen, however, for us, we had 11 rounds of clomid over the course of time and the only time that we knew we conceived twins was naturally without clomid. All our clomid babies were singletons.

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    Well hopefully you get just one bubba

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    What is it that you're studying? - (pm me if you don't want it on the hub.)
    It does sound busy and it probably is better than going nuts during the TWW to be preoccupied.
    Ahh good haha I'm studying BSc science in the attempt to get into BSc midwifery eventually :-)

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    Sounds great - need more skilled midwives with great people skills and a sense of humour!

    DH has a BSc - but different field...very different field!

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    Which field @Little Ted? I have a BSc in Genetics.

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    Haha what field LT?


 

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