Wednesday, October 26, 2011


the counting began again.
started miss flo.
darn it.
my cycle is not the same from month to month.
i haven't been able to get it on track since i had makenzie.
the last round i ovulated really late.
and i have now started just a couple days sooner than expected.
the only thing that bugs me about it all is that i cant plan ahead at all.
guess that's all part of my big lesson of life which is --- patience ---
so ill just have more patience.
stupid patience.

i cant believe its almost november.
oh i love this time of year.
other than the ugly sickness's going around.
it seems our little household has a nasty one that is being tossed back and forth.
i cant help it. i like kissing my husband. but that just means this wont go away very easily.

i turned the heat on for the first time today.
at noon it was 61 degrees inside!
i thought i died and went to hell.
so i put on my comfiest pj's and snuggled the mini (niece) under a big blanket while we watched princess movies for the rest of the day.
we will all be chugging nyquil tonight.


Keltie said...

Has your doctor ever tried putting you on birth control to regulate your cycle. I have done IUI treatments, which is the same as what you are doing, only with my hubby's stuff and if the time between your ovulation and cycle isn't long enough the fetus can't implant. If you don't ovulate until like day 15 next cycle I wouldn't waste the donor sperm even if they make a baby it won't have time to stick. I don't know if you have, but you may want to do some reading on Inter uterin insemanaisone (sp?). Good luck.

Anonymous said...

Hang in there, girl! You are so close! :) Still praying for you.

Kristin Milius said...

Darn it!!! Aunt freaking flo! Ugh. Next month will be it for sure!!!

Anonymous said...

Have you thought about investing in a Clear Blue Fertility Monitor? They're a little pricey- about $150, but worth every penny. You test your urine every day, and it'll tell you when you're getting close to your LH surge, and then your "peak" days. Or, you might consider doing a monitored cycle with your doctor, and having a trigger shot (hCG) so they know EXACTLY when to do the IUI. Again, expensive, but might be worth it. Good luck.

Anonymous said...

good luck this just came early so that you can try to get pregnant earlier!!!!

Toni ~ Mom to 8 heavenly Angels and 1 earthly Angel. said...

((hugs)) BOO on AF, and I am hoping that this month brings you a little Trukey that is cooking by Thanksgiving. That would be a wonderful reason to give Thanks.

The Gardner's said...

I came across this:

Maybe you can find it helpful.?

You're amazing...thank you for your strength!

Shelly Gardner

Allison said...

I am so sorry about this cycle! Have you thought about taking your basal body temperature every morning? It would help you see exactly when you ovulated and how long your luteal phase is (time after ovulation before your period). I have super irregular cycles and have found it helpful. I saw someone above said if you ovulate on day 15 not to waste your time which isn't really true. I got pregnant once on a day 46 ovulation. The important thing to see if how long your luteal phase is and make sure that it is at least 10 days (preferably 12 or more) so you know the embryo would have time to implant. Sorry if this is TMI you don't care about! I am dealing with some infertility and miscarriages so I've got a lot of info on the brain! Good luck with your next cycle!!


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