Good luck for Wednesday's scan @tuxcat!
Yeah, I think it's meant to be about 500-1000 per mature follicle. I know for me it was closer to 1000 per mature follicle.
Definately a lot of organising to do, esp on the meds side. I thought I had it all sorted but you fly through the meds on Warrens protocol. I'll offload another $350 tomorrow between CW, my local chemist and the compounding chemist.
@Molros I didn't need the Pregnyl 5000 trigger because the combo of Warrens meds did the job somehow. Some women do though. I'm putting 30 medical items in my body a day, so there's definately nothing 'natural' about it, as such. But you're right, ovulation wasn't medically forced.
I've never in my life taken a sleeping tablet, but my god, I would tonight if I could.
I'd love to throw back some Valium @BlondeinBrisvegas but the idea of sleeping through DS calling out for me during the night completely freaks me out. Maybe I should just give him some too. Problem solved!
Hiya Had a busy afternoon faffing around with various issues. Just getting a minute to myself now. @Tahli, yep, due to start the Pred and Clexane on CD2, as well as the Progynova. Never used Progynova before though - I think it's meant to build up lining - is that right? Anyway, that's the plan. Just waiting on AF whom my clinic assures me will come tomorrow. Tell that to her through - I'm betting Wed evening or Thursday morning. We'll see.
Soooooo......apparently I am a MTHFR. That is, I have one of the MTHFR genes as it turns out. They told me the name of it which of course I can't remember, but they did say it was the lesser of 2 evils if that makes sense? I am expecting a call tomorrow re treatment plan, but as I'm already going to be on the Pred and the Cexane I think I'm sort of set anyway. Is it wise to flip over to folinic acid instead of folate though?
Um..what else was troubling me.....um.......oh, antibiotics. I do have a prescription here so might get that filled and take it just i case. Can't hurt, right?
Pregnant for the first-time?
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