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    My BBT shot back down to the coverline on FF, I am 12 DPO. Im not devastated, Im really really angry. Everything was looking so hopeful this month. I got a lovely implantation dip at 6DPO and have had wonderful high temps the rest of the month. This was my 4th month TTC on clomid. You are only supposed to take it for no longer than 6 months, so I really feel like time is running out.
    Hubby is not as committed to this as I am. He has this relaxed attitude of, "We will give it a shot, but if it isnt meant to be, it isnt meant to be"
    We do already have children, so I do feel grateful, but that doesnt mean I dont long for another. I just dont feel "done" yet and I'm just not ready to say goodbye to that part of my life.

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    Default Fun February Testing Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Rachel3072 View Post
    These are the letters after his name. He is described as a GP on the website.
    M. B., C.H.B., M.R.C.G.P., D.R.C.O.G. (UK), Family Planning Certificate.
    So according to google, he isnt an obstetrician, he is a GP but has done a voluntary exam resulting in a diploma.
    DRCOG Diploma from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. This is a voluntary exam undertaken by GP’s in training to recognise specialist knowledge in the fields of pregnancy and women’s health.
    Yep, GP obstetrician then

    DRCOG is the UK version of the DRANZCOG. I forgot about the international versions.

    Lucky you! It's nice when people can get continuity of care with the one doctor

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    So after a failed ovulation and cancelled insemination in December, we skip past lots of tears and find out that the second round of clomid worked and insemination is booked for tomorrow!! I can't believe it, i was sure it wasn't going to work again. I will do a trigger shot in the next couple hours which I am terrified about, I'm fine with needles but it's the thought of having to do it myself.

    Wish me luck ladies and I wish everyone luck for their upcoming testing and I am so sorry to those who didn't get their BFP. Can I be put in for the 23rd, that's when I will have my blood test. I will try so hard to not test before then.

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    @bubbaT good luck! Are you doing iui? We did our first round of iui last month, sadly we didn't get lucky. We will be doing our second round of iui next month as I had a laparoscopy and hysteroscopy this month and am still recovering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NelopeJ88 View Post
    Today I'm CD32 and 11dpo. My LP is generally about 12 days so I'm going to try and hold out until the weekend to test. This darn cold I have is messing with my body and I've barely slept for 2 days because of it so this is just going to be a wait and see cycle
    You are so strong!!

    I'm CD25, 9dpo today. My LP is usually 16 days so 32 day cycle.

    I'm thinking I might test on Friday (11dpo). I'm a poas-aholic so honestly, not yesterday already is a huge achievement for me

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    @Rachel3072 I'm sorry to hear! My DP has the same approach (although I have kids and he doesn't) I'm 100% not done!
    @bubbaT Goodluck!!!
    @kylez83 how is the recovery going?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kylez83 View Post
    @bubbaT good luck! Are you doing iui? We did our first round of iui last month, sadly we didn't get lucky. We will be doing our second round of iui next month as I had a laparoscopy and hysteroscopy this month and am still recovering.
    Yeah we are trying a few rounds of IUI and if that's not successful we will go ahead to IVF.

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    @dreamingodnumber3 I'm feeling a lot better. The numbness in my left thigh is still there but slowly going. I only get abdomen pains now if I bend over or carry something heavy or if I sit too long. Still no sure I can dtd I'm still getting flashy smilie faces but am expecting o tomorrow. I so t hold much hope for a win this month even if I'm up to it tomoz. But that's ok I'd rather heal well and do iui next month and really have a chance. How are you doing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kylez83 View Post
    @dreamingodnumber3 I'm feeling a lot better. The numbness in my left thigh is still there but slowly going. I only get abdomen pains now if I bend over or carry something heavy or if I sit too long. Still no sure I can dtd I'm still getting flashy smilie faces but am expecting o tomorrow. I so t hold much hope for a win this month even if I'm up to it tomoz. But that's ok I'd rather heal well and do iui next month and really have a chance. How are you doing?
    Make sure you take it nice and easy Like you said, best be 110% ready for iui next month.

    I'm doing ok. 9dpo and no usual pms symptoms. No symptoms at all really. My LP is 16 days so af not due for a week. I want to be hopeful but so much is going wrong in my life at the moment it's really hard to be optimistic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamingofnumber3 View Post
    Make sure you take it nice and easy Like you said, best be 110% ready for iui next month.

    I'm doing ok. 9dpo and no usual pms symptoms. No symptoms at all really. My LP is 16 days so af not due for a week. I want to be hopeful but so much is going wrong in my life at the moment it's really hard to be optimistic.
    Sounds positive! Good luck


 

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