Hi. I'm only 4dpo & I am SO nauseous! I've been feeling these ridiculous waves of nausea since this morning & the only thing I can attribute it to is the progesterone suppositories I'm using. Maybe I just don't remember the nausea from past cycles?! Does anyone feel the same way while taking progesterone? Thanks!!! :)
Yes, I did feel nauseous at times while using the progesterone suppositories. I hope it's not too bad for you while you wait to get your bfp! Good luck this cycle! My IUI should be on Wed. so I will be in my two week wait too. Keep me posted!
Thanks, ladies :) You'd think after so many months of using it, I'd know all the symptoms by now! I guess I just forgot this was one of them :)
therese101: Good luck on Thurs! kmcarino: Good luck on Wed! butterflybabies & Miky72: I hope so, too!!! ;-)
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