I haven’t started. That’s unusual for me because I am always right on a 27-day cycle, and I have always started by this time of day.
That could mean that I really am pregnant. Or, according to the Internet, it also could mean that the Clomid is affecting my cycles. I didn’t know this, but apparently, Clomid can make you not have a period. That would be one of those things that I would think would be on the “tell patient about” list. However, that one minor detail was left out.
So now I’m sitting here scouring the Internet and wondering what is going on with my body. On the bright side, if I have to take something to trigger my period, I can time it so that my ultrasounds fall after we get back from Ohio. It would be nice to not have to miss a month. Now, if I could just time everything so that I’ll be on maternity leave during our family vacation next July. 🙂