"I think I ovulated around CD26. I have been looking at charts and there is a 'dip' and a rise in temp! CM ties into this and when I tested with opk on that day I had a dark line but not as dark as control line. Not having much luck wit..."
Hi i dont know what stage your at, but i had a Dr in leeds the Uk, Very racist, hated the age difference between me and hubby (10yrs) and didn't like my bmi i was 0.2 over the limit for any treatment as the pcos proceeded i gained weight and made it hard to take off, so was rufused even more.. Been in canada 18months although i am private i am being treated. Also like a human not a "fat person" who doesnt deseve a child. The Dr here is fantastic i have done 7 rounds of chlomid with metformin with no luck, no ovulation. and now have had 4 rounds where i have ovulated but still not fell pregnant. I have IUI next month plse keep in touch let me know how your doing Lisa
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