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    Tfehrenbacher posted:
    I'm confused & thought I would ask my friends on here for any insight.

    So far we've been trying since Decemberish... nothing yet. Husband has been partially checked out - his semen was a little thick and his "guys" weren't able to move quickly enough so they put him on Mucinex to help with that... and our next move it to go see a Urologist. Should we just do that now? And what will this visit entail - anybody know?

    I've been using ovulation sticks and then had a blood test yesterday to check my progesterone levels (they want to make sure I'm ovulating) and my test came back with a 21.3. It was on the 9th day after my surge as my doc recommended.
    I've read online that this level is high - normally if it's around 10-14 you're ovulating normally. Does this high level mean I could be pg?

    I'm confused... maybe I should call my doc back & ask her... the nurse I got this morning wasn't very helpful at all :(
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