She also gave me some information and a sample cup for my husband, so he can provide a particular lab with a semen sample. I'm sure he won't be overjoyed at having to do this, but it's important for us to know if there is a male factor involved, too. Hopefully that won't be the case.
I clumsily broke the Clomid tablet I took earlier while I was trying to remove it from the packaging, so I hope that doesn't effect anything. I still took most of the medication, so I don't think it will, but the thought that it might has still been nagging at me.
My doctor agreed - from what I told her about my BBT charts - that I don't seem to be ovulating, which would explain why I haven't conceived naturally any time in the last year and a half, but she seemed confident that Clomid will help. She did make it clear that it may not be the answer for me and that I cannot remain on Clomid indefinitely, so I'm not going in to this thinking I will become pregnant in the next few months. I hope I will, but I know better than to think things will necessarily work out that way. :)
Wish us luck!
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