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Me (42) DH (43), Catholic Mom to DD (11), DS (6), DS (1)
Expecting #4 in May 2014
Mama to my veggie girl (1/09) and my sweet rainbow baby (9/12).
Anna (29) & DH (30) 6.2006 :: 2.2008 :: 1.2012 I'm a proud mama!
Its a relief to hear from pps that ovulation itself wasnt affected.
Did it make it harder for you to predict ovulation? I guess you become more dependent on opks. (luckily i just bought 40 of them .) Or do you just assume that ewcm is irrelevant unless its appromixately 2 days before your usual o time. (or whatever your usual pattern is)
I actually feel a bit of activity in my ovaries too. I hope the epo isnt making them work too hard.
Another question actually-maybe i should make this a separate post. I hear that if you use injectibles (gonatrophins-sorry if i got that wrong-ie pure fsh injection near the ovaries), women get abundant cervical mucus way before O because the fsh triggers the estrogen build up which leads to ewcm.
I dont think that epo does anything to the estrogen but is just supplementing oils in your body that might be deficient, so same level of estrogen, more ewcm anyway.
I wonder what produces better ewcm-more estrogen, or same level of estrogen but more oils to supplement it, or whether it makes no difference...know what i mean?
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