Our TTC Journey
Pre-TTC: BC pills since age 13, due to heavy and crippling periods with no regularity.
Oct 2008: Stopped BC pill. Began piling on weight, cystic acne, body hair, and cycles of 120+ days.
Apr 2010: Diagnosed with PCOS. Metformin 1000mg.
Dec 2010: Began NTNT - cycles continued to be irregular.
Apr 2011: Metformin increased to 1500mg. Began taking prenatal vitamins & Vitex.
Jun 2011: Our wedding day! :)
Sep 2011: Referred to first RE. Metformin increased to 2000mg. Diagnosed with annovulation.
Oct 2011: Clomid 25mg. No O. Progesterone required to induce AF.
Dec 2011: Clomid 50mg. No O. Progesterone required to induce AF.
Jan 2012: Clomid 100mg. O! BFN.
Feb 2012: Met with new RE. Male issues as well as resistsance to Clomid - referral to IVF clinic.
Feb 2012: HyCoSy/HSG - tubes clear.
Feb 2012: Clomid 100mg. O! BFN.
Mar 2012: Began IVF #1 down regulation. On BC pill.
Apr 4, 2012: AF arrives - begin sniffing Synarel twice daily
Apr 12, 2012: Begin daily Puregon injections
Apr 18, 2012: Blood test #1
Apr 20, 2012: Blood test #2
Apr 23, 2012: Blood test #3 & follicle ultrasound
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Category Archives: Metformin
Life is busy in our household right now. Monday: Staff Development Day at work Tuesday: Staff Development Day at work – last day! Wednesday: Practical Completion Inspection for our future-home. Thursday: Going to get my early Christmas Gift Friday: Potentially … Continue reading
The progesterone worked like a charm – just like last time, AF arrived on the second day after I stopped. That brings my previous cycle to a grinding halt at 41 days, much nicer than 60+! (Though it would be … Continue reading
Ok. Here’s the down-low. I didn’t ovulate this month. No surprises there, though the bloodwork basically just confirmed all of my charting and monitoring. He went through Mr. J’s SA paperwork and is concerned about the 11% morphology (<15% normal … Continue reading
Hubs has to have a sperm analysis done sometime in the next two weeks – and my Metformin has been upped to 2,000mg per day. So far, so good with the progesterone.