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    Default First cycle - 6 Follicles!

    This is my first cycle on clomid. Hubby and I have been trying to conceive for 5 years with no luck. I went in for my follicle scan two days ago and I had 6! that was CD 14.
    Took an opk today which was positive.

    Have you had a large amount of follicles which either all implanted, or just a few, or just one?
    Or know of anyone else?

    I'm just wondering if with that many follicles, is there a high high chance for multiples are will just one 'beat out' the others?

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    How big are the follies? I've had several cycles where I had between 6-5 follies. Some continue to grow others do not. Good luck

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    At my scan one was 20 and the rest were 15-17.

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    Those are good sizes. I hope you catch it. Are you doing IUI or timed BDing

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    Just timed BD... hopefully it works!

    The 2ww is brutal!

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    I had 4 great follicles the cycle that I got successfully pregnant. I only conceived one baby. And that was with injectables and iui. I would say its definitely possible but not super likely. Typically high order multiples (like the gosslins) are from injectables and iui.

    I can't wait to see how it goes for you!! I hope you catch an eggie!! What did your Dr day?

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    Ya I'm not expecting high multiples because like you said we didn't use iui or injectables or anything. Lol but my Dr must have told us like 3 times before we left the office that there was an increased chance for twins. Lol. I'm 5 dpo now and having a lot of cramping. I'm going to test next week.

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    My very first symptom where I knew I was pregnant was cramping and soreness where my ovaries are. I always develop a corpus luteum cyst (helps support the pregnancy in the early stages) and when I could feel it at around 7 DPO I knew I must be pregnant. When will you be testing?? Fingers crosses that this cycle gives you a sticky BFP!! I hope those cramps are a good sign! I'll be stalking

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaityA83 View Post
    My very first symptom where I knew I was pregnant was cramping and soreness where my ovaries are. I always develop a corpus luteum cyst (helps support the pregnancy in the early stages) and when I could feel it at around 7 DPO I knew I must be pregnant. When will you be testing?? Fingers crosses that this cycle gives you a sticky BFP!! I hope those cramps are a good sign! I'll be stalking
    I'm 10 dpo today and I've been having more cramps! On 8 dpo I had bad cramps and a backache, thought for sure AF was coming early, but that is way early for it to come, so I'm hoping this is a good thing. I'm going to be testing tomorrow. . . It'll only be 11dpo so even if it is negative I won't be too bummed because it's still early.. . but I would love to know sooner rather than later if I am!

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    I'm the same way about wanting to know *if* I am!!

    So did you test today???
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