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Rainbow/Clomid baby on his way!

I have PCOS and insulin resistance. My husband an I ttcd for 16months and of the last 4 months of that I was taking 1500mg metformin and finally fell pregnant with our beautiful daughter Matilda. At 40+1 she was stillborn due to an umbilical cord accident.. Thus beginning our journey to getting our rainbow baby. I was taking 1500mg slow release metformin and began my first round of Clomid 50mg when I was 5months post partum. In total I did 4 rounds of Clomid with my last being at 200mg. Ovulated on CD 22 6dpo - sore nipples 8dpo- large amount of cm, crampy 9dpo - BFN, crampy, bloating, irritable uterus, nipples sore still 10dpo - BFN, uterus VERY achey/irritable, some stringy yellow tinged cm, boobs feel heavy and nipples still sensitive 11dpo - BFN, uterus VERY achey/irritable, felt like AF was about to arrive, increase cm from yesterday 12dpo - BFN, although a faint line an hour after I took the test. Temp dip. Positive opk? 13dpo - BFP, lower back pain and cramps I am now 23 weeks and having a little boy. Feeling incredibly blessed. Goodluck to all your ladies on this roller coaster of a journey! Xxx

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im sorry for your loss. i cant imagine jow someone gets through something that tragic and emotional. i wish you much happiness in life and healthy children. i am still trying  for my 1st. one tube. 33 xxxxx  love alexandra 

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