About Me: Female, 49, London, ON, member since Apr 2010
42 years old...DH and I have been TTC for about a year but due to my age our RE stepped up our infertility treatments. We are pursuing IUI for 3 rounds if needed and then decide our next steps from there...
[More] In August 2008 I had gastric bypass surgery and have lost 160lbs and over 110 inches!! I feel incredible.
Just got engaged on my 42nd birthday March 2010 and looking forward to getting married sometime soon!
"So I have only been temping a short time....I am CD5.
Last cycle I was on Puregon 150IU's/day for 8 days. Then Ovridrel....then after IUI was on Progesterone vaginal suppositories. I stopped the Progesterone on Sunday.
My temp is still..."
"Ok...Thanks so much! I wonder why it came up on my O chart? So if you have a line that show's your FAM...what does that mean? HUM...kinda confusing..I chart my temp...not too much with the Cervical mucus or calendar as much....
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