About Me: Female, 45, italy, Italy, member since Feb 2009
We said goodbye to our baby girl at 28 weeks (Jan '09) for a highly suspectable osteogenisis imperfetta. We've been trying again since march and still nothing :-(. Our first baby girl came immediately. Haven't i suffered enough? Patience is a virtue but geez, the wait
[More] is agonizing.
I took one on monday evening (cd 14) around 7.30 pm and at around the same time last night. I should have tried this morning but i didn't want to waist a test :-)
I'll do one as soon as i get home at around 7.30 pm.
I'm on 50mg of clomid days 3 to 7 and today is cd 16. I tested last night with a digital ovulation predictor kit and still nothing but I have real bad pain down there and i think i'll be ovulating soon....I feel like my o..."
Hey hon I just wanted to let you know I had the same burning twinges by my ovaries also..and I got my BFP this month so I have everything crossed for you!!! It has been a year since the m/c for us so I am relieved and thrilled....good luck!!!
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