bellehelene, im sorry to hear about your losses. I hope you manage to bring doc appointment forward.
mazzad56, its always nice to hear succes stories for people lttc, thanks.
hello girls sorry i aint been on here for a couple of weeks hope your all well
got a bit of bad news clomid didnt work that well for me this month so now i have to take 100mg instead of 50mg really hope this helps me
baby dust to you all
Hi ladies can I join you? Dudders pointed me in this direction from the you and your wedding website.
Bit about me. I'm 32, my husbands 33. Trying for our first. We got married April 2011 and have been ttc for 15 months. We got clomid this week. After lots of tests (all the usual) they can't find anything other than my hormone levels seem to be low at times and when they are within normal ranges they are apparently still on the low side. I have also got fibroids in one area.
I'm cycle day 17 at the moment, so around ovulation time but Clomids in the cupboard ready for day 2 of next cycle. I'm determined to try and stay relaxed about it all now after a difficult 7 months of tests, (we had Feb/March off from trying whilst I waited for test results.) Feel better for having a break. I've started having reflexology and am contemplating starting accunpuncture too.
well till june then back we go back to see the doc really hope i get a BFP before then :/
Just to say i suffer with really bad hot flashes on clomid aswell as been tired all the time hope ur ok xx
Hi can i join you?
Hubby and I are both 25 and have been trying for 4 years with no joy. I have known for some time that i probably have PCOS and after a long battle with my GP we were finally referred to the hospital for tests and it was confirmed last week that i have PCOS.
I have been given provera to start in two weeks and then Clomid on day 2 of my cycle. Im happy that we appear to be making progress FINALLY!
mrssmithy, ive heard a few ladies on this site saying docs dont take them very seriosly because 'time is on their side' which I do kind of understand, but surely if you have pcos then you have a medical condition that needs treatment whether or not you are trying to conceive, and waiting 4 years is an unacceptable waiting time for any treatment!!!! sorry bit of a rant... I have issues with NHS!!!
dudders, not long now before you start clomid... it feels good knowing that you are actually trying to do something towards getting that bfp (other than lots of bd'ing of course)
I had my first reflexology today, Im always abit skeptical but was pleasantly suprised. I told her about issues with ttc and stress and tension because of that. but when the treatment finished she said she noticed areas of tension in the lower back... which is spot on, ive been moaning at hubs cos i want a new sofa, my lower back and hips are constantly aching and im finding it so uncomfy... so im off to buy a new sofa at the weekend... its been proven a medical necessity!!!
What vitamins do u girls take? xx