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My hosp results

I was back at the docs again on Friday to collect my results from my scan. This time there was no confusion over times or locations of appointment (phew)

My Doc was all excited when I went into his office, and called up all my results from the scan and the bloods I had done before we went to France last month.

He says there does not appear to be anything physically wrong with any of my womanly bits. I do not have PCOS after all (Woohoo!), my womb, tubes, ovaries, etc are perfectly healthy and normal, they can even see that I have LOADS of follicles (eggs) just waiting to be released!

So why the hell am I only getting a period once ever 3 months??

The answer is: No one knows. Sometimes people just don't. I might be stress related or anything. But physically I am fine! A "Perfect" patient for Clomid! That will hopefully jump start my bits and I can go back to having a regular cycle just nicely in time to start for our next baby :o)

Ideally it should be taken on day 5 of my next period, but as that might be nearly 3 months away now I have been told it's ok to take sooner, so long as I take a preg test first - just in case. So... I shall wait until my next period is due (if I had a normal cycle) and if there's nothing then I'll take a test, and start from then. Approx 1st July!

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