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BFP after Clomid
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sspraglin posted:
I have posted a few times but it has been awhile. I didnt diligently track like i wanted to but the short version is

me:30 Pcos diagnosed in aug 2012
DH:32

I started off with 50mg clomid first round in Aug , did not ovulate
2nd round 100 mg clomid ,did not ovulate

After being annoyed and frustrated , I took a break for about a month and a half

Most recent cycle 150mg of clomid +metformin

Povera for 10days
AF started dec 10 ,2 days after end of provera

I was bad, and didnt take the ovulation test

Took ept dec 31, BFN

Went outta town on jan 2 , an the whole weekend I was constantly peeing

Took ept Jan 5 , BFN


Jan 7, period was due but figured I just didn't ovulate and didn't think anything of it

Jan 10/11 mild spotting, and cramping

Jan 13/14 cramping but no spotting +sore breasts

Today Jan 15, 2013 BFP

Went to the doc and the doc confirmed

Feb 6 will be my first ob apt.


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mrs62610 responded:
Congrats!!! That's great to hear it worked for you! Good luck!!
Me-25 DH-38 TTC 1st for 21 months. 3 rounds of Clomid-BFN's. 5 rounds of Femara, 3 IUI's - BFN's. Planning IVF for week of Jan 21st. Using Lupron, Bravelle and Menopur.
 
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sspraglin replied to mrs62610's response:
Thank you so much !
 
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sproutkm responded:
oh my gosh i am so happy for you, congrats
 
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sspraglin replied to sproutkm's response:
Thank you !


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