Im 3dpo. And looking for others to wait with! This is my first Femara (2.5mg) cycle and only my 2nd medicated cycle. Last cycle I did 50mg of Clomid and had abnormal bleeding so had to move to Femara and I am happy to say I responded to Femara with no side effects! I plan on testing on 10 dpo (Feb 1st)! So anyone else waiting to test please comment below! Its going to be a long two weeks but we can do it!!!!
I just started my first cycle last month and got cramps about 5 days post ovulation that lasted a week. The nurse at the FE office said that can happen. I was hoping it was implantation but it wasn't. We are trying again this month.
I done 100 mg on clomid asked my dr for femera and what was the difference and the response I gotten back was it all works the same! I actually ovulated and has 3 matured follicles so I was given the ovidrel shot than went for my second iui the very next day!
So I'm 3dpo and also I'm waiting to be tested!
Baby dust to the rest of you ladies!!!!
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