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I am starting IUI this cycle and will be taking Bravelle injections followed up by Ovidrel injection when the time is right to take that one.
I am on CD 2 today and start my Bravelle injections tonight, I have to take it between 4 - 6PM... I am just wondering what common side effects are that some may get from taking the Bravelle injection.. Also....
I have very regular cycles, I always ovulated around CD 13 like clockworks, sometimes a day early or day late but always right in there and I was wondering if the Bravelle has ever messed with your cycle... I have been told so far that I may end up ovulating earlier or later on it, just wondering what others have to say about their Bravelle cycles. Also...
I know Clomid can mess with your EWCM, and wondering if Bravelle does the same thing?
And lastly, did anyone taking Bravelle or and other med for the same reason take baby aspirin to help keep their lining thicker?
Thanks so much for all the help you can possibly give me, I do really appreciate it alot..
I am on my fourth day of Bravelle injections today and tomorrow i have an ultrasound to see how things are going. I have been trying infertility for the last 16 months, i took provera for 3 months, clomid and provera for 6 months then nothing and now i am on bravelle until they say the time is right for the IUI. I am so excitied. I cant wait.
I pray it works for everyone. Infertility is very frusturating and i know that.
Just keep your heads up, i am trying.