I took an OPK test last night and I barely, barely, barely had a test line. Fellow PCOSers know that we almost always have a nice looking line. Perhaps not positive, but almost always there. Not last night.
I didn’t fool myself. I knew that it didn’t portend of good Continue reading
I got a positive OPK this morning. On CD 11. In shock, I checked my cervix and it was soft and open and producing some nice mucus. Fertility Friend says I am to ovulate sometime between CD 11 and CD 13. This is bananas. With and without Clomid my typical ovulation day is right at CD 19. This is so fun! It is so fast! It is like a whirlwind! I love Femara! Continue reading
Now that I’ve taken both drugs I wanted to write about my experience with both drugs, and to hear about other’s experiences, too. Without further ado:
I’m so excited. I just can’t hide it. I’m about to lose control, and I think I like it.
Today I’m feeling blue. While walking around the botanical gardens on Sunday I noticed that my breasts were a bit sensitive. Yesterday I woke up and noticed they were really sensitive. This is a side effect of Femara, so I didn’t think much of it. As I sat down at our kitchen table yesterday morning to check email, news, Facebook, blogs, etc., I leaned against the table and noticed that my right breast was really sore. In fact, as I spent a moment bringing my awareness to my breasts, they both weren’t sore. Just my right.