Waiting to know
Good Morning! A quicky (well, you know what I mean) because my Mom is in town and it's her birthday and large amounts of carrot cake are being consumed!A recap:Monday u/s CD 12:
About ten follicles ranging from 13-18 mmTuesday night:
Happy cervix, one ICI late nightWednesday u/s CD 14:
3 *beautiful* follicles 24, 24, 25mm. *this was me FREAKING out* Went straight home and triggered, inseminated late that night.Thursday:
THE MOST FERTILE CERVIX EVAH. EWCM, insemmed last vial at 10am.Friday:
Temp SHOT up and entire degree.
Needless to say I feel great about the chain of events, here's hoping.Max
, could you please move me to WAITING TO KNOW
Thank you all for the sweet words and support, I'm excited about that threadkeepers luck for next month, hopefully I can keep from screwing it all up!Pretty Isa
--Sounds like we are really close in our cycle! Yay for a 2WW buddy!Max
--I am SO SO SO SO sorry. What an awful ordeal. I hope the time passes quickly.
Proud of you for being positive and productive!Amanda
-- Get back on that horse sister!Library-
- My allergies have SUCKED as well, but Ive been trying not to take anything for fear it would damage my CM even more than the clomid already has. I have no basis for this fear, but I figure if it's drying up my nose mucous it's doing the same to mucous in other parts. As for signs (which I think is absolutely fascinating) I am a Sagittarius, and I mean CLASSIC, and DP is a Pisces (shoot me). I was really hoping for another sweet Sag, but if this is the cycle, it'll be a Leo (meh).QOTD--
We started with zero intervention and have slowly progressed to our current state of clomid, u/s x 2, and trigger. I didnt want to get here, but here we are. The bad thing about this situation, is that before I always felt like there was another trick up my sleeve. You know, "well, we could always try clomid, or we could always do some ultrasounds, and finally, well worst case we do the whole trigger thing." Now we are here, and the only trick left is IVF, it's a scarily vulnerable and hopeless place to be, but I'm staying positive and moving forward.
One thing about all the intervention it is taking to get knocked up, I am officially planning a home birth with little to no intervention for the birth. We'll see how that goes, but it's the plan for now.