It could mean that you don't ovulate EVERY time you have a period. So maybe you only ovulate every other month or maybe less than that. What factors did your doctor say justified diagnosing you with PCOS? Maybe you only have a hormonal imbalance or insulin resistance or excess body hair etc. Do you have cysts on your ovaries?
Since you had a transfer done, you know the exact dates related to your pregnancy. This could be why your doctor is not as optimistic. If you had gotten pregnant through just intercourse, then the doctor would probably just assume that your dates are off. The best thing you can do is not worry and just hope that the baby's heartbeat will appear soon. ...
I tried it but I can't say that it was just the Robitussin that made me conceive. I was also taking Clomid and Metformin. I have also conceived again without any meds at all. So I really don't know for sure if the Robitussin alone did the job, but I did conceive while using it.
You probably are not pregnant. It takes a while for the HCG to leave your system completely. You should be evaluated by a doctor to make sure that you had a complete miscarriage and that there wasn't any tissue left behind. I am very sorry for your loss.
Avocado is a great first food for babies and it's also easy to prepare. At wholesomebabyfood.com there is a great article explaining why it's such a great starter food and even a few "receipes" other than just mashing it with a fork lol. Hope it works out well for you and Madison!
I have PCOS and I'm breastfeefing also. I declined birth control as well. My cycle returned at 7w pp. It came every month up until the last two months. I tested and thankfully I'm not pregnant, but my cycle is still absent. I opted out of BC for the same reason you did. I conceived my baby on clomid as well but I have conceived on my own too. Just ...
I'm definitely not the person to ask about this because my LO wakes for night feedings and she's a year old. But I was just wondering if you co-sleep. If so, it will be a bit difficult to stop night feedings when baby is so close to you.
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