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    No af this morning and no signs either, my temp is still up, but did drop 0.1 degree, but that cane be normal. I have no freaking idea what is going onI'll hold of calling the doctors now because I need to know something before I get an appointment
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    Quote Originally Posted by JorgieGirl View Post
    I hope this is it for you Froggie. 3 CP's in such a short time, I am so sorry.

    My fancy sperm friendly lubricant from Belgium arrived today, so we took it for a test drive. Quite nice!! I like that it's in a bottle instead of individual packets. It's called Conceive Plus, by Sasmar. We had been using actual eggwhites, since that was the trick that got us our first two babies. But 4 cycles in and DH doesn't want to waste anymore eggs. lol. I figure this bottle will last us a few months anyway.

    No +opk yet. DTD every other day til then.
    Have you heard of Zestica? (Bescot Healthcare Canada: Zestica Fertility?)

    DH and I had a horrible allergic reaction to Pre-Seed, but we tried Zestica a few months back and we love it. It's a little expensive, but a little goes a long way!
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    Oh Sarah and Wendy, I'm sorry to see you here still trying! I hope this month is it!! You too Rachel!


    I started my provera on Tuesday, so hopefully by next Friday I'll have a cd1! Then back to clomid. If I look on the bright side, I've gotten pregnant 50% of the time on clomid right??
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    I did see Zestica at Shoppers Drug Mart. It was about the same price for the Conceive Plus, so I got that instead, since it has the ions its users swear by. lol!!

    Here's hoping for a Jan baby for you too, Susan!!
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    Yikes! I woke up today 1.5 hrs before my normal time and then adjusted the temp and it shows a temp raise....

    However, it was beeping so slowly and has been stopping and starting during it's beeping process, and pretty much taking forever that I could barely get back to sleep afterwards. So I took my temp upon waking for the day and it was lower than the too early time! Shouldn't it have been higher since I was up and moving? Then I took my daughter's temp and it wouldn't even finish. Battery died!!!

    I don't know which of my temps are null and void now, but I am really hoping this isn't an annov. cycle and maybe I even already O'd the day after the OPK. I decided I may just remove the temps and be and wishing and hoping.... I'll get a new thermom today and see what it looks like in the AM. The good news is the new temp is over 97.9 then I'm sure I have O'd because my post-O temps are consistent each month.

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    oh that IS frustrating, Sarah!! I hope your temp tomorrow will tell you what you need to know.

    I got a POS opk today, so Yay! I did take my temp an hour later than I normally do, though, so my temp is skewed. blah.
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    Looks like af is about to start, oh joy.
    I have an appointment with the doctor on Tuesday evening to start trying to get some answers as to why we have been TTC for a year with no luck. Unfortunatly because I can only go late in the day the only doctor on is the one I didn't want to see because he never looked into causes when I had continued spotting and bleeding issues when pregnant with DS, so I am worried he won't investiage this issue to far either.
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    Can you not switch doctors?
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    I wanted to see the female doctor who is starting at that surgery next week but she only works 9-5 and I work in those hours as well and have a crazy schedule next week and no prior approval for time off for an appointment. Many of the surgeries in my town have their books closed to new patients, the only one I know of that doesn't has doctors with some of the worst reputations in town. I have been there out of nessecity for DS when he was 4 months old, they were the only surgery open after a category 5 cyclone had been through and DS was really sick with what turned out to be his first bout of brochiolitis. They were terrible.

    I live in a small town with a high aging population, medical services are quite stretched. Ideally I would love to go see my fantastic GP who is an hour and a half away, but she only works two days a week(and she has been on extended leave lately as well, but I think she is back) and the distance is a problem as well with work. If I get no love from this doctor I will be making an appointment with my good GP, I need to see her in June anyway, so I can just move the appointment up

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    Oh I'm sorry honey. That all sounds so hard.
    If it helps, many of the tests that you'd start with, a regular dr can order... I really hope they can help you or at least point you the right way.
    Susan, dh Tom, dd Megan, ds Marcus, ds #2 coming Feb, 2014

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