Tertia's book!. I've only read a few pages, but I'm psyched that it's here. I am drinking a glass of white wine in honor thereof.
AF seems to just be arriving tonight. I'm going to call it an 11 day LP. Better than normal. . .I'm on the fence today about the Clo.mid. This damn cycle has me thinking that maybe we can just do it on our own. . .hope is such a bastard. I'd love to hear your Clo.mid story, if you have one, or better yet, link me to your blog page, if you've posted about it.
I think Io (and dude, can I say it's SO good to have you back!!!) asked if the liver situation could just be left "as is"--the answer is yes. Unless there's a problem, they don't touch the liver. Since I can't feel the tumor, it's small, and it's not impacting anything else, they don't operate. Operating is actually way more dangerous than leaving it alone, as I understand it, and this particular type of tumor isn't known to become malignant.
As far as the unmonitored cycle goes, I'll know when I ovulate because I temp AND I have the CBEFM. They've basically been spot-on every month that I've used both. Once I think the monitor was off by a day or so. I'm not worried about that part. I'm worried about creating a freakish level of eggs, since I know that I ovulate; I just don't do it early enough. I know Clom.id multiples are generally twins and not HOM's, but it still scares me. And honestly, the biggest thing I'm freaked out about is just taking the drugs, and the potential side effects. I don't do medication well, and I've heard such horror stories. When I hear women enthusiastically choosing injectibles over Clo.mid, it gives me pause.