Suddenly I have HUGE appetite.
Must be the holiday non-stop eating syndrome!
I can’t stop munching.
For now I’m enjoying my long weekend in Malaysia… Food heaven!!
Visited the company clinic, RMG at Bugis early in the morning today.
Doctor found pus cells & blood in my urine.Yes, its UTI.Comfirmed.
Told the doctor that I just started TTC and on clomid.
Doctor said, ” Well, you could be pregnant!I shall prescripe some medicines that’s not gonna affect ur baby..”
Excited or wat!
I know that UTI might be one of the first signs for pregnancy.
I must drink LOTS lots of water…..for the next 5 days.
Pray you are inside me baby….
Few days ago, I found myself hurrying to the toilet.(is a norm actually!)
But with a burning pain during urination.
Oh no no no….
Or maybe the s** we had few days ago….:-)
Day 8th, 10th & 12th…
Or is it the early sign of pregnancy?
I’ve been questioning myself what’s the reason for my miscarriage.
Here’s what I found online;
We don’t fully understand why a blighted ovum happens, but it’s thought to be an accident of nature. When an egg is fertilised by a sperm, the cells begin dividing. Some cells develop into the embryo, and others develop into the placenta and membranes.
Sometimes, the cells that would have become the embryo fail (probably because a mistake happened during fertilisation, and there are too many or too few chromosomes), but the cells that become the placenta and membranes keep developing, so the pregnancy sac continues to grow inside the uterus and the placenta starts to form.
Your body doesn’t recognise that there is no baby developing inside the sac, because pregnancy hormones are still being produced which prevent a miscarriage.
During your scan, if the pregnancy sac measures more than 20mm, with no sign of an embryo, then your sonographer can make a diagnosis of a missed or silent miscarriage. The entire amniotic sac must be checked using vaginal ultrasound before the diagnosis can be confirmed. If the diameter is less than 20mm, the pregnancy may just be less advanced than you thought, and you will probably have another scan between seven and 14 days later. If there is still no sign of an embryo after this time, the diagnosis can be confirme
Found this online;
Clomid is one of the least expensive and most effective of the medications that are used for fertility problems today. Also known as Clomiphene Citrate, Clomid is a hormone used to induce ovulation, to correct irregular ovulation, to increase egg production and to correct a condition known as luteal phase deficiency. Clomid is typically taken in doses from 59 mg to 200 mg, and taken for 5-9 days. It is easily taken (orally rather than by injection) and it is the first line drug used for ovulation induction in patients with PCOS and other ovulatory disorders. It has been used for patients with luteal phase defect. It can also be used to assess ovarian reserve (the likelihood that a woman’s ovaries can still produce viable eggs). Clomid is not useful for women whose ovaries have reached the end of their working life.
The way that Clomid works to help with fertility problems is somewhat complicated. Clomid reacts with all of the tissues in the body that have estrogen receptors, such as the hypothalamus, pituitary, ovary, endometrium, vagina, and cervix. Clomid influences the way that the four hormones required for ovulation, GnRH, FSH, LH and estradiol, relate and interrelate. While we do not completely understand the mechanisms by which this drug works, in essence it appears that Clomid fools the body into believing that the estrogen level is low. This altered feedback information causes the hypothalamus (an area of the brain) to make and release more gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH) which in turn causes the pituitary to make and release more FSH and LH. More follicle stimulating hormone and more luteinizing hormone should result in the release of one or more mature eggs – thus helping to cause ovulation.
Clomid will not help every woman who has fertility problems. Because women’s bodies are so different from one another, their reactions to Clomid can also be very different. In additon, Some women have virtually no side effects, while others will. Side effects are frequently related to emotions. Side effects may include mood swings, hot flashes, breast tenderness, and thinning of the uterine lining. About 10 percent of those who use Clomid will have a multiple pregnancy (twins). Clomid can cause hostile fertile mucous and thins the uterine lining in over 30 percent of the women who use it. The hostile mucus kills sperm, and the thin uterine can prevent implantation or cause an early miscarriage.
Most women do not have any symptoms from taking Clomid. Some will have some lower abdominal cramps in the 2nd half of the cycle. Rarely (less than 1-2%) a woman may experience ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome. In this case the ovaries become quite enlarged and grow cysts. If this occurs, the ovaries can cause moderate pelvic pain. There can also be large amounts of fluid secreted into the abdominal cavity. Sometimes the fluid can be so severe that it can cause heart or kidney failure.
Several years ago, there research findings were reported stating that Clomid increased a woman’s chance of getting cervical cancer. The data associated with that study have since been found to be flawed, and many physicians discredit the researchers’ conclusions. However, if you have concerns, talk to your physician about them.
Clomid has been used to help with fertility problems by inducing ovulation for more that thirty years. It is not associated with an increase in premature labor or in other complications of pregnancy.
2 days was spotting.
4 days was heavy as ever.
Good or bad?
And today was spotting only….
Gonna mandi hadas tomorrow.
We are advice to have sexual intercourse every 2 or 3 days from Day 8 to Day 20 of my menstrual cycle.
But hey, we may have the usual pattern right?LOL
And have to take note, DAY 24th to KKIVF Centre for my blood test.
Please answer my prayers…..
D2 on clomid 1 tablet (50mg).
Symptoms : cramps, bloated, tired .