I'm on my first round of clomid... and I've been in my 2ww for what seems like ages... even though I know it's only been 13 days.
I'm wondering if it's too soon to POAS to see if we're successful or not. I'm on CD27 - which means AF is either going to visit this weekend or she's not! It's just on the very top of my mind today... and I can't seem to get myself to focus on the real things I need do rather than drive myself insane with knowing what's going to be my next step in this TTC process.
I know that I COULD use one of the early detection tests... but I'm still trying to convince myself to wait for a few days to see what happens then (I always feel like I jinx myself when I talk about it or buy a test).
Also, I was wondering something else - I have been working out A LOT lately over the past 4-5 months (3-4xs per week 1-2hrs at a time) and a couple of the classes I go to are Kickboxing and weight training in which I limit my use to no more than 15-20lbs... I'm wondering if this is too much or too high of an intensity workout while TTC? I'd hate to impede my success because of the type of workouts I do. My life prior to January 2011 was a pretty sedentary one, and now with the change in lifestyle I'm afraid I might cause issues for conception. Any information on this topic would be greatly appreciated! I really enjoy the classes, and would really like to continue them as long as possible.
:) Jackie (30)TTC 1 since 06/08 - possible PCOS, 1st round Clomid 100mg (04/11) - DH (34)SA Normal - 3 Fur babies: Adonnis & Serendipity - 8yrs, Trinity - 2yrs
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