Hello ladies. I was diagnoased with pcos in April. I have taking opk but I have not been ovulating so my OB put me on 50 mg of clomid. Af should be due on Friday an he wants me to take it cd5-9. Im nervous and excited at the same time. In the back of my mind I fear it won't work. I hope this is the boost I need for me to get my bfp. I want it so bad. Do you any of you ladies care to share some stories you have.
This is my third cycle using clomid. I tried for a year to get pregnant and I would use OPKs. Each month I would get a positive, but no baby. Finally, I went to see my OB and found out that I have very low levels of progesterone showing that there was no way I was ovulating on my own. I used 50mg days 3-7 and went to have progesterone checked at day 21. The first 2 months my levels were in the 20s and 30s ensuring that I ovulated. Though I didn't get pregnant in the first 2 cycles, it was nice to know that the meds worked for me. I just go a positive OPK this morning and hoping the third time is the charm!!! This cycle I am using preseed to see if that helps. I sure do hope so!
Preseed is a sperm friendly lubricant and is safe to use when TTC. Clomid has a tendency to make the mucus dry and hostile. Preseed can help with moisture down there as well as help with the sperm to be able to survive the hostility that the meds can bring.
Glad to hear you got a BFP the month you used the preseed. I pray this is our month!!!! Good luck everyone.
I've never used jelly's. I'm pretty wet down there (sorry tmi) but thought since I'm using the clomid to go ahead and try preseed since its the only safe lubricant to use when TTC. I'll let you know if it works.
Thank you ladies for responding and sharing your stories. I really appreciate it. I might try the pressed out. I heard about it a while back but never looked too much into it. So is it a pill? When and how often do you take it?
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