Week 3 summed up I did a better job of remembering my meds and vitamins this week… minus those two day but still… better! Water, I am definitely still working on, however, I am going to set myself reminders. I set myself reminders for my vitamins and those reminders annoyed me enough that I actually… Continue reading Week 3 summed up and Week 4: Packing my own lunches and leaving the debit card at home
Recap of my previous 2 goals: Goal 1 This week, I forgot my vitamins at home. Not once, but twice. So I’m still working on this. Goal 2 Water was pretty much non-existent. I’m struggling with finding ways to drink water or remembering to drink water. Somehow, I still remember to drink my coffee though.… Continue reading Week #3 and a new layout
Even though the gym and I have met before we’ve only been acquaintances. My doctor has told me that I need to become besties with the gym. Having withdrawal from sugar was a valid excuse for not being able to get there but now that I’m feeling better, I don’t really have an excuse anymore.… Continue reading This week: Gym meet Linn. Linn, meet gym.
We started our new cycle last week. So far, I don’t really like our clinic but we keep telling ourselves that a) the clinic is local and we don’t need to drive two hours there and back at 5 in the morning and b) the doctor is really nice. For me, because we need to… Continue reading New cycle, Day 10 update
E and I went for our follow up appointment this week to discuss our test results. My PCOS screening showed that my insulin was really high and then he said that I need to exercise and lose weight. It was actually great for E to hear that though because now that he hears it from… Continue reading New doctor = new plan
So, Day 15… 1 follicle is at about 1.3 cm and I have another small follicle. My ultrasound technician made me laugh for the first time by telling me that my right ovary is lazy and sleeping lol. It’s always my left that responds. The fertility nurse said that my M.O. is to move along… Continue reading Day 15… I have to start thinking…