Tuesday, November 30

Provera and Clomid

The year 2010 became the busiest year for me as I juggled three online writing projects with what's left of my time. I was so busy that I did not find time to go back to my doctors. For almost a year, I was able to survive without my doctors. Before November ended, however, I finally found the time to make a visit. Along with the routine tests that consultations I had was a hormone therapy that will help bring my period back.

Having polycystic ovaries for more than a decade now, I have gotten used to the fact that my menstrual periods will never be regular. I have also gotten used to telling people that it's the reason why my boy is an only child. My new OB-Gyne has given me Provera which I took for 5 days to induce my period. Then, I was advised a pill of Clomid for 5 days starting on the 2nd day of my period to induce ovulation.

Well, I'm now on my 4th day and I'm finally reaping the consequences of not going to the doctor. I have cramps that are so painful I just want to sleep. Believe me, menstrual cramps like these are more powerful that the most effective diet pill in the world. I just want to sleep and wake up when it's all over.

I'm almost done with Clomid. Hopefully, we'll finally have our second child. Wish me luck!

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