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    lindseymk posted:
    I got some blood work done last month to check my progestrone levels. They came back at a 14.5, which is very good! This month I went back for more blood work & my level was at a 0.17 for ovulation. Needless to say, I did not ovulate this month. My doc wants me to come back in a month to get more blood work done to see where I am at. Has anyone had this happen to them??Ovulate one month & not the next?? I am thinking about taking the next couple months off because I am so sick of being on a schedule & still not getting it right.

    Background story: My husband I started TTC in May 2010. 1 miscarrage in November 2010.
    Hopeto responded:
    A friend of mine ovulated only once in a while. They put her on chlomid and she used ovulation tests every day. For her it worked after 3 months, and she is now 6 months pregnant. I hope it will work out for you.
    lindseymk replied to Hopeto's response:
    When I got my 1st reading of 14.5 they ruled out clomid but maybe now they will out me on it. Regardless I still think I wanna cool it for the next couple of months. Maybe that will make the stress & worry go away. Thank you for the reply though!
    Hopeto replied to lindseymk's response:
    Cooling it sounds like a good idea. I will be doing the same. Unfortunately an early scan revealed that my pregnancy is not viable. I am waiting for the last blood work but the doctor said I will miscarry. I will be lurking on this board though, and I hope I will see a happy update from you in 2012.
    lindseymk replied to Hopeto's response:
    I am so sorry for your loss! That is horrible news. I will say a prayer for you! I hope we both get lucky at some point this year.

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