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BridgetBurke posted:
Tomorrow is the day I start my second round of Clomid. We have been on our two month break since having our m/c in Sept. I am anxious for this to work, but a little apprehensive about the outcome. If we get a BFN I will be crushed, but if we get a BFP I will be a nervous wreck until we are out of the 1st trimester. To top everything off, I just started meds for a sinus infection. So, I hope you guys can help keep me sane. LOL.

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Bridget
DH(31) Me(29) DS(21 months) ^i^ (m/c 11/10) TTC for over 1 year before starting Clomid 08/06/2011. BFP on 09/02/11 on 1st cycle! ^i^ (m/c 09/14/11)
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BabyParks responded:
I will help you stay sane girl, email me anytime ok I enjoy are time to talk. I will be praying for you and I think the sinus meds wont' do a thing. Are you just doing clomid or IUI also? Take something with vit C to help with cervical mucus ok Look it up or better yet get you and hubby some vitamins like I did us. He was on fertilaid and so was i we both took Vit C, E and zinc Praying for you!
 
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Stenya responded:
Best of luck my dear on your first cycle back on Clomid. We are here for you through this stressful time.

I just finished my 4th round of Clomid, and should be ovulating by the end of the week. Im trying to keep myself as "stress free" and sane as possible! Not always so easy is it.

Best of luck this month!


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