Finally, the ever elusive egg has appeared on my monitor this morning. Perfect timing because tomorrow morning Doc leaves for his conference, so we'll get one at least, maybe two shots in before he goes on his jetplane.
Talk about delayed ovulation...I haven't been keeping exact track of my cycle days, but I think I'm about CD19 or 20. In my past non-medicated cycles I almost always ovulated on CD16-17. I wonder if the meds have messed with cycles or if it's the exercise?
I haven't really exercised strenuously in almost 2 months. No running, no spinning, no lifting weights and right after the BFN, I started up again on everything. I've been sore for about 2 weeks off and on and I feel great! However, I think with all the exercise, I probably threw my body off it's lazy cycle and the consequences are a delayed O. Well, at least that's my layman's hypothesis.
Anyway, I mentioned that Doc will be at a conference until next Monday, so I'm on my own for the next few days. I know I'll miss him, but I'm actually looking forward to being on my own. I have dinner dates and brunch dates with a lot of my girlfriends -- it'll be great to catch up.
Sometimes, I miss my single days when I could make plans based on my schedule alone. It's nice sometimes to just be that single girl again, hanging out with the girls and not feeling bad about ditching Doc. So, beginning tomorrow morning at 7am, I am "single" for 5 days.
Do genes matter?
2 months ago