We are on IUI#4- 5 good follicles on day 10- IUI on cd 11, intercourse on cd 12. Been doing the progesterone suppositories since 2 days post IUI. Been having tender nips, bowel issues and cramping for the last week. AF suppose to arrive Sunday... Crossing our fingers. We move on to IVF if we get another BFN.. thoughts and prayers please!
sending you big prayers for a BFP!!!! I'm on Progesterone 200mg lozenges every 12 hours. My breasts are soooo sore and I'm tired. Do you know if this is common side effect of the progesterone? I just did first round of Femara 2.5mg and HCG trigger. I'm in the 2ww. Good luck and lots of baby dust your way:)
Thanks! Yeah sore breasts and fatigue are side effects. I've been having mild cramping for about a week, but maybe it's gas from progesterone too...? We have been so discouraged and are praying this is the one!! AF due Sunday... Baby dust to you!!
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