FINALLY FINALLY got my BFP!! I was seriously thinking I would never be able to share a bfp story. Here's a quick summary of our history. ME 30 DH 30. DH and I have been together almost 8 years(since 2008) & he has a 9 yo daughter. We used condoms (sometimes) & pull out method with no other BC in the first year we were together before we got married in 2009. We knew we eventually wanted kids and we choose to not necessisarily try but not to prevent either. When the baby fever really kicked in in 2011 I started to wonder why nothing had happened yet but I brushed it off. In 2012 i started using OPKs here and there and I would get surges. AF was pretty regular, every 27 to 33 days. Finally 2014 rolled around & I was about to turn 29. Started seeing a new obgyn and he suggested a lap for a fibroid he felt and also suspected endo due to heavy/painful flow. 03/2014 lap was performed and I did have slight scarring that was cleared up, a cyst on left ovary, and lemon sized fibroid removed. 04/2014 AF came then started 1 month of lupron depot. DR was confident I'd get pregnant soon. Finally with no bps I went back to DR in 09/2014 and requested clomid & he prescribed it for 6 months. After first dose I went in for day 21 testing and ovulation was confirmed so I stayed at 50mg dose. 5 cycles BFN, I was so bummed out by the end of that year I didn't even fill rx for the last (6th) cycle. DH took new job and we moved out of state so the first have of 2015 was pretty busy. New insurance policy with his work starts 08/2015 and I finally make the appt with a fertility specialist clinic I found after plenty of online research. Our first visit was late 09/2015 and we were there almost 4 hours doing all the bloodwork, consultations, SA. We found out our insurance was GREAT and covered everything up except IUI or IVF, even meds!!! I was shocked I thought maybe just some testing would be covered. RE had an amazing attitude and made me feel good about the situation. After seeing pis from my lap she said it looked like I was slightly polycystic andscarring from endo wasn't very bad. She said we would attack the situation aggressively and get me pregnant. DH's SA came back perfect so she prescibed femara/letrazole 5mg CD 2-6, follistim or gonal f 125iu CD 7-9, CD 10 appt for US and BW to check for 1.8cm follie so I could trigger that evening, then progesterone capules vaginally 2 dpo. Insurance didnt cover compounded prog pills so switched to crinone instead. AF started 2 days after appt so I started meds CD 2. CD 10 appt showed 1.75 follie so nurse said to trigger that evening with TI the next 3 days. 7dpo appt showed p4 at 29.2...good ovulation!. Beta at 14 dpo was negative...so bummed. The crinone gave me so many pg symptoms thought it would be my bfp finally. Went in for baselines to start 2nd cycle on 10/2015. Cancelled appts with DRs because DH was going out of town for work and wasnt sure when he'd be back, but I already had the meds so I went ahead and took meds but we only got to BD once after trigger on CD 10 but since I had no monitoring Im not sure if i was even ready the night i triggered. 14 dpo AF came....great, more bummed. Scheduled baselines again to start cycle 3 (technically cycle 2, didn't tell DR i took meds last month). This month my insurance would cover gonal f instead of the follistim from cycle 1 &2 and Dr said it was basically the same thing. CD 10 appt was day after thanksgiving. Showed 2 good follies 1.7 and 1.5 i think, nurse said to wait to trigger til tomorrow evening, CD 11 and said if we wanted to could do IUI. We decided to try TI one more month then try IUI if bfn. Started PIO this time instead of messy crinone. Beta was scheduled very early at 10/11 dpo. Waited 4 hours for call back thinking for sure it was negative. Nurse finally called this friday, 12-11-15 and said your pregnancy test came back postive, hcg level is 12.3 and over 5 is positive!!!!!OMG!!! She said it was VERY early pregnancy to second beta is tomorrow at 13 dpo!! Trying not to sound corny but I was trying to be positive for a long time but the hurt of never seeing a bfp was getting to me, i felt like i was really losing hope the the last couple monthseven though I was responding well to meds. Then BAM!!!, got our BFP finally after 8 years together. Keep praying miracles happen everyday, thats my DRs office motto. Babydust to all!!!