I've noticed that there seem to be a lot of lawyers and a lot of writers who are struggling with their fertility. Maybe this makes sense, because more writers blog than other people, and lawyers tend to wait to have kids later. Or maybe I'm just crazy, and that's not really the case. Anyway, I've set up an informal poll. Please play along and vote!
I ovulated around CD23 this month. Each month ovulation seems to be getting later and later. I am feeling too lazy to walk out to my mailbox right this second, but I know that the new book I bought on fertility and nutrition is out in my mailbox. Or maybe my garage. . .I know this because I looked online, and Amazon says it is here at my house somewhere. It's not the new fertiltiy diet book that's been all over the news in recent weeks/months. The one I ordered is more than 15 years old, and published by some sort of Catholic organization. It supposedly has some good nutritional advice that might help fix my late ovulation problem. Since we still don't have the green light to start to TTC again, and since Dr. HooHoo isn't overly fired up about my late ovulation (but I'm neurotic about it), I figured that I might as well give the "natural" route another month to get my cycle in order, before I make a decision on Clomid (which Dr. HooHoo is willing to prescribe).
Incidentally, for those of you on Clomid, any idea how much a month's supply cost, if you are paying out of pocket?