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    Clomid question
    mommyin2011 posted:
    Hello. I have a 4 yr old, 3 yr old and a 1 ½ yr old. My husband and I are trying for 1 more. Problem is, I haven't had a period since my last baby was conceived! That was back in May-ish 2013. I am also still breastfeeding him (just when I get home from work and at night…maybe a total of 3-4 times will he actually latch and feed).

    I understand those factor will make it difficult for me to ovulate. We have been trying for a while now…I have used ovulation tests and I though it said I was ovulating, but I cant be sure.

    I have a doctor appt Monday to discuss, but wanted to see if you ladies have had a similar experience like mine…and how many of you conceived with Clomid.

    Thank you!
    Me: 28 DH: 26 2 fur babies IUI 9/11/10 BFN - IVF planned for March 2011 but found out im pregnant on Thanksgiving morning! Such a Miracle! EDD 7/31/11 - BLUE TEAM!!

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