Just a quick note to say hi! im cd 14. ive used clomid 3 out of four pregnancies b4 as i dont ovulate on my own. so im trying to conceive although i do need to get some clomid to seriously try. im going on a cruise in 16 weeks and want to wait til after then to start charting and temping and clomid. ill be starting all that asap after may though. so sad to hear about your loss. how are your other children? hope this month works for you.. xx
Thank you so much! Yes, I totally remember when we were both TTC'ing a few years back! I can't believe your daughter is 3 already!!! My little girl just turned 2 (conceived via IVF), and this one was a surprise and is a boy (currently 18 weeks along). It's funny how things can change. I'm sorry to hear about your recent miscarriage. That is just so devastating (I've had two miscarriages myself...both before my daughter). I hope you get pregnant again soon and that it's a happy, healthy nine months next time!
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