Today...DPO5 (CD21), PCOS, Month 2 of Letrozole, CD 3-7(fertility drug)
Let me go back... Month 1 on letrozole, had ovulation (1st one in my life, I think) as per the Progesterone lab test.
Okay month 2, CD17, BB's were definitely sore, good sign that OPK was correct. CD18 starting feeling strange light cramping...like a finger nail dragging on my inside. CD 19 more cramping, not as noticeable, CD20, no cramping in the morning, but midafternoon it came back. Can not stand for anyone to push on my belly. CD21 Woke up with my belly feeling heavy and irritable. Not much cramping as of yet. Not sure if this is implantation pain...or just some other weird pain.
DPO7, CD23, today woke up with nausea. Nothing has made it go away. Definitely did not have this last month. I talked to my nurse and she said the pressure and cramping I was previously having was normal due to the letrozole, making my ovaries produce more follicles.
I hate the 2ww....Only a few more days to go....I hope this is the one!
Anyone else out there using letrozole? I would love to hear your experiences.
Well DPO7-10 felt sick, near vomiting . DH was so excited , he though maybe M/S. I started to think that way too, after the 2nd day. However DPO11 was feeling better and feeling AF cramps. DPO12 more AF cramps...expect AF tomorrow . Looks like round 2 of letrozole also failed. Only 2 more attempts can be made. Maybe 3rd time will be a "baby" charm! Atleast, I know the letrozole is making me Ovulate. I have been reading that in PCOS patients the 3rd ovulation is usually the more normal/healthy follicle. So we will see. Just ready for AF now to start...so we can start the BD and O days ahead. I am just excited atleast that for 7 years without ovulation I am now succeeding. The clomid did not work for me. Letrozole is working. Maybe the Actos is also helping...could not previously take metformin due to stomach cramps and diarrhea (sp).
I am so impatient though...Now that I am ovulating I think it should just automatically happen. Seems like you make it over one obstacle just to approach another.