Monday, September 20, 2010

Just a quick update-

So I posted earlier already, but here's a quick update...

There was a giant 27mm follicle on lefty. Yeah, for serious. Thinking it was probably the 9.5 from last time, and it kept growing after all (the extra Femara probably helped). Not sure if that's good or bad, I've never had one that big before... ever. We always trigger well before then, around 18-20mm. My doctor kept telling me it was fine, and probably getting ready to ovulate on it's own anyway. So we triggered. But I'm still not sure if that's good or bad...

We tentatively scheduled an IUI for tomorrow, but I may change my mind. I'm very sleep deprived and loopy, and probably shouldn't be making major decisions right now... I don't know. I left it up to my husband (proof that I am not awake at all, haha) and he says we're adding the IUI... so yeah.

That's the plan for the moment.
Although I really just don't know about that follicle... it seems so big.

9 comments:

Celia said...

That is big, bit I am choosing to think of it as super juicy and fertile!

Katie said...

That's WONDERFUL news! Good luck with the IUI tomorrow. And, um, I would keep the IUI if you're tired. This will sound terrible, but at least it doesn't require as much energy and effort as sex.

Another Dreamer said...

lol, thanks ladies ;)

Do I Have to Be a D.I.N.K.? said...

I have also had some huge follicles. Before my medicated IUIs I was producing one around 30mm and a few even larger. I was convinced that it was not a good sign but my dr always said it wasn't a big deal. Best of luck with your IUI.

Glass Case of Emotion said...

Good luck!

Melis.sa said...

Woot for that follie!!
I tried to comment earlier but it wouldn't let me.

Kristin said...

Keeping my fingers crossed and praying for great results!

BU said...

Good luck!!! I think that follie is full of baby dust!

P.S. Sorry I used a term like "baby dust" but I couldn't think of anything else that sounded less cheesy.

MrsSpock said...

Hopefully this will be an overachiever in more ways than one...