Sunday, July 10, 2005

Oh for crying out loud

My ovaries hurt. Like, they REALLY hurt. I reckon I've ovulated twice, considering the appearance of the EWCM on not one but two distinct occasions. Now I'm getting mid-pelvic cramping pain starting CD19 which is just like it was when the last Clomid cycle went a bit wobbly.

So of course, just when I'm trying to get my head around the concept of not being able to get up the duff without technology, my brain calculates that this crampy thing is happening about implantation time.

Somebody please stop me!

Okay, now a question:

Should I cancel the hysteroscopy I'm on the waiting list for? Is there any point in doing it? I was wondering about the endometrial biopsy and whether that would shed (ha!) any light on anything minorly important like the miscarriage. Barren Bitches Clinic says no point in doing it as it wont change our treatment, but I dont know....

3 comments:

  1. Absolutely no advice... I would be wondering the exact same thing as you...

    I'm also in the midst of a bout of copious ewcm... and I'm scheduled for surgery in 11 days... I'm now worried that we might conceive this month (BWAAAAHAAAAAHAAHA!)but that it'll be too early for an hpt to show anything... and then that the surgery will destroy any potential embryo....

    Isn't it fucked-up... the way we think?

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  2. My name is Holly Lem and i would like to show you my personal experience with Clomid.

    I am 28 years old. I got preg first time on my own & miscarried. after a while of trying, my dr put me on clomid. after the first round i got pregnant & miscarried. i decided not to try or think about it at all probably for a 9 months... right around the time baby would be due & then started trying again. after a few months got back on clomid. after 5 months and no pregnancy i'm giving it a rest again. it's to much disappointment. i'm going to give it a try again soon, in the mean time we're keeping our fingers crossed for the old fashioned way to work.

    I have experienced some of these side effects-
    HOT FLASHES, moody, cry easily, weight gain, headaches etc!!

    I hope this information will be useful to others,
    Holly Lem

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  3. My name is Holly Lem and i would like to show you my personal experience with Clomid.

    I am 28 years old. I got preg first time on my own & miscarried. after a while of trying, my dr put me on clomid. after the first round i got pregnant & miscarried. i decided not to try or think about it at all probably for a 9 months... right around the time baby would be due & then started trying again. after a few months got back on clomid. after 5 months and no pregnancy i'm giving it a rest again. it's to much disappointment. i'm going to give it a try again soon, in the mean time we're keeping our fingers crossed for the old fashioned way to work.

    I have experienced some of these side effects-
    HOT FLASHES, moody, cry easily, weight gain, headaches etc!!

    I hope this information will be useful to others,
    Holly Lem

    ReplyDelete

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