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Chemical pregnancy after ttc 7 years with PCOS on clomid

CD 28 (12dpo) bfp

CD 29 (13dpo)hcg beta 21, progesterone 21.7

CD 33 (17dpo) hcg beta 14

CD 35 (19dpo)full force af

I've been told to count CD 35 as CD 1 and take Clomid CD 5-9 with progesterone blood work at 7dpo.... just a repeat of last month basically.

How emotionally draining this clomid cycle + early miscarriage has been. I'm in a terrible miserable mood. I feel bipolar. I feel bad for my husband. He has to deal with me.

Last cycles optimistic outlook has completely vanished.

And I don't know how many more times I will hear maybe I'm "trying to hard" before I make a scene and be a complete lunatic.


I'm so sorry. I can't even begin to imagine how you must be feeling. It's ok to be angry sometimes and be a bitch to insensitive people. You don't have to be perfect and wonderful all the time. I really hope the next cycle is it. I've heard good things about accupuncture, yoga and meditation to help you through the stress. Might be worth considering. Hugs

Talia, I'm so very sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you; I hope you are able to find peace and comfort during this very difficult time. Do you think this next cycle could help you through it, or do you feel like maybe you need a month off? Do you do estrogen/progesterone supplementation after ovulation? Do you think it would be something you want to ask about, just to try something extra? Things to consider. Just take care of yourself. ♡ At some of my darkest points I saw a counselor for a little while, and it helped me tremendously. I always keep it in my back pocket in case I feel like I need to again. Wishing you brighter days, dear.

I understand that it is difficult dealing with emotions right now. How anxious you are and it feels like things are not working for you. I have been through that phase before. But I thank Bio tex for really helping me out. All you have to do is accept that you have no control. Just go with the flow. Sometimes it may seem like things will not work out. But the more you force things the more you get hurt. So accept and move on. I understand how this my seem not a good idea for you. But believe me it will help you a great deal. Rather than complaining day in day out. You will be stressing yourself more. This might even seem more hard to make it in your fertility trial. If you want to increase your chances. You should not feel mad at yourself. Be comfortable and always ready to do what makes you happy.

Just sending some more hugs and hope you are feeling a little less awful.

Thanks for your thoughts. Of course every day I accept it a little more, and grieve less often throughout the day. My husband has been amazing threw this. I've really leaned on him for strength.