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Stopped BCP & began TTC in January 2013- no ovulation, no cycles for 3 months
May-July 2013- provera cycles with no ovulation
August/September 2013-50 mg clomid cycles with no ovulation
October 2013- SA revealed low motility--referred to RE
January 2014- DHs repeat SA came back "normal"! I was diagnosed with PCOS
February 2014- IUI #1 on Valentine's Day with 2 mature follicles- BFN
March 2014- BCP to clear up cysts
April 2014- IUI #2 on 4/9/14 with 3 mature follicles and 3 catching up! BFP at 10dpiui!!!!!! So thankful!!! Beta #1 @ 13 DPO- 167; Beta #2 @ 15 DPO- 384!
Congrats!! I dont know what chs are but sounds like a good thing
Ch stands for crosshairs and it is what fertility friend gives you when it confirms your ovulation. I was supposed to be monitored by my dr this month because I had taken Clomid but we found out that we owed the clinic over $800 and they would ask us to pay the full amount when I went in to have my u/s on top of the $255 for the u/s. I cancelled my appointment and luckily since I temp and chart, I saw that I ovulated on my own Last month when I was being monitored, I didn't get a positive OPK (ovulation predictor kit) during my dr's time frame and they gave me a hcg shot that cost $80 and I really think I would ovulated on my own then but the dr I guess was impatient
I hope this helped you to understand what ch stands for and didn't make you more confused