The menopause pills? I took them at the same time at night so I didn't feel any effects
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01-02-2014 21:03 #181
01-02-2014 21:19 #182
Cool sounds like a plan to me
01-02-2014 21:27 #183
Here's some info for you.
You take Soy Isoflavones, like Clomid, on either CD 1-5 , 2-6, 3-7 , 4-8 or 5-9.
A lot of women will choose the middle cycle (3 -7)
1-5 = you produce more eggs, and ovulate sooner, with a stronger ovulation.
2-6 = you produce more eggs that usual, but not as many as taking it 1-5. Eggs may be more mature, and ovulation will be slightly more strong than 1-5.
3-7 = The best of both worlds, a few more eggs, and all eggs will be strong & mature, and ovulation will be alot stronger than 1-5.
4-8 = No more eggs will be produced, but the ones already there, will be matured alot more than usual, and ovulation will be very strong. Ovulation may only be brought forward a teeny bit.
5-9 = You'll have one very mature strong egg, from the ones you already produced on your own. Ovulation will either happen when it usually does, or a few days later, but your egg will be of great quality.
I did days 2-6 and ovulated cd 35.
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01-02-2014 21:30 #184
Oh going by that yeah the 2-6 might be ok. That's when I did my Clomid too.
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03-02-2014 14:05 #185
Just got back from the fert doctor. He wants me below 90kgs which isn't too far (4kgs) before he will start induction. Since af rocked up naturally he thinks I will get pg naturally... Here's hoping!
03-02-2014 17:40 #186
What's induction miss?
03-02-2014 18:07 #187
Ovulation induction I'm assuming.
03-02-2014 18:20 #188
Yep that's what he's going to do next. Hopefully I won't get there
03-02-2014 19:10 #189
Ah I get it now. Fingers crossed!!!
03-02-2014 19:36 #190
Yeah hopefully it doesn't come to that, but if it does as long as I take home a baby I don't care
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