I am nervous for our first appt to the clinic. I know that it is a good thing that we are finally getting to this step, but there are so many unanswered questions that I fear. We have been TTC for almost 2yrs now with no luck. I have done 5 rounds of clomid, all positive for ovulation but still no BFP. Had a HSG which was normal and my husbands SA was normal. Really starting to think that there are some other factors at play here. The longer it takes to get that BFP the more I start to get discouraged. Really hoping they will be able to help us answer some questions and figure out what is going on.
I know how you feel. It may be actually hard to understand why there is no BFP when everything is good and normal. But hang in there, i was anxious as well at my very first appt with an RE but you will get answers and everything will be fine. Keep us posted about your appt and how it will go. Good luck.
Me(30)DH(38)TTC 18 mths.2rounds 50mg clomid.Ovulated but BFN.Sent to RE, on Femara 5mg (3-7), Ovidrel and IUI.
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