sotohana, I totally agree with Lindsey on this: Skype in your DP and take another test!!! Okay, okay, I'll calm down, and totally respect your choice... I'm just really stoked about that chart you showed us. And it really is so sweet that your DP wants to share in this as much as possible. Edited after I saw your above post: Hugs!
twomommyfamily, I admire you for doing yoga daily! I keep intending to do the same, but I find it hard to enjoy outside of a class (and can't fit in a daily trip to a yoga studio). Do you practice on your own at home, with or without videos for guidance? I was looking for online yoga videos specifically to aid fertility, and there's lots, yet I'm unfamiliar with many of the poses and it makes me not want to try them for fear of hurting myself. What style do you practice?
Thanks for mentioning "The Business of Being Born", 2justice. I was trying to remember the name of the film just this past weekend; I've never seen it, and would like to watch it with my DP. Currently, she's against a home birth (whereas I see it as ideal)... I'm glad you and your DP agree on that.
AFM: At my ultrasound this morning, the doc first told me that all the bloodwork from the previous days showed I wasn't close to O'ing yet, but then saw lots of half-developed follicles in each ovary (the classic "string of pearls", my major PCOS symptom)... And then he found a corpus luteum in my right ovary, which is where I *knew* I had a developing egg! So yeah, a corpus luteum means the egg's popped out already, and I just checked my progesterone test results to confirm that they are sky-high: I'm a day late to the insem parade, and it's left without me. Arg!!!
Not much to do now but wait for AF, then start Clomid again... And in the meantime, knit furiously away at tiny little articles of clothing. Depending on how crazy I feel in the next couple weeks, I just *might* end up knitting enough baby cardigans for *all* of our future infants, like scorp suggested!