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Wednesday, December 06, 2006

CD 6

CD 6... Saw the nurse... doing the same protocol as last month since it seemed to give good results.

CD 4 - Started clomid (1 day earlier this time since it seems to make me "O" late.
CD 8 - put on estrogen patch
CD 14 - u/s to see where the follies are
Trigger when I am ready to "O"
*pretty straight forward*

Went to my 2nd RESOLVE meeting last night. This time there were 9 of us. I am finding it tremendously helpful just meeting real women going through the same feelings I am. Although most of them (except for me and 1 other person) are doing injectable IUI or IVF... so I learning a lot about shots!

You may notice a few small changes in my blog... I am trying to go a little more anonymous. Being a teacher I have to be very careful with my blog... I want to keep my job and I feel like I just need to be a little more careful about my name and where I live. I don't want to be part of any news headline like "local teacher posts sex life on the internet" This blog has been such a source of comfort and support for me and I would hate for any conservative school board member or administrator to find this blog and make it something scandalous. Right now I plan to leave my wedding picture on... and to occasionally post pics... but I may change my mind. I am not sure if I could be traced... I anyone has any suggestions about something I should remove please let me know. I am not sure how advanced the google tools can be and if my blog could get me in some sort of trouble... maybe I am just being paranoid.

We have a show opening tonight... so I may not update the rest of the week.

7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is nothing wrong with trying to be anonymous. I agree about the concern about school board members finding it, although with the amount of time that kids spend on the glorious ole' Internets :), I'd even be concerned about your class finding it. I don't think that there's any problem with posting occasional pictures of you and your husband, but I would see the benefit of removing the wedding picture that's up all the time (although it's not a clear shot of your face, so you could probably justify keeping it up).

And just so you know, my s-i-l and I are rooting for you and check your blog almost daily (she's not much of a commenter though :)

-Alisa-

6:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can totally see wanting to be more anonymous. I myself wish there was some sort of way to make my blog more private. And I know if you change to the new beta blogger, there is that option, but it didn't work to well for me.

Anyway, sounds like you have a plan for this month, and I wish you the best.

10:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I tried commenting earlier and dear 'ol blogger wouldn't let me...

Glad you have a plan. I know I always feel better when I have one.

I go between wanting to be anonymous and not giving a damn. I wish you the best in keeping yours.

12:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A fellow teacher/blogger here. It's scary (because it can be a very small world) to put 'too much' out there. I try to be as non-identifiable as I can-- I don't put any of my pictures on my blog.

Hang in with the Clomid-- it ended up working for me (although it made me crazy-- I had a road rage incident and I'm a very low-key person). I'm sending good vibes/wishes/prayers your way!

6:50 PM  
Anonymous Elizabeth said...

Wanted you to know that I'm hoping this cycle works for you. We had great success with Clomid, but it took a while. For some reason the holidays were the times I struggled the most with my infertility. SO EMOTIONAL!!!

As for wanting/needing to be more private... I don't think anything you post is inappropriate, but I understand you not wanting your students to know intimate details. Maybe if you taught younger kiddos things would be different. I think your plan of not posting pics. or giving away geographical detials is a good idea.

8:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My wife is on her third month of Clomid. We are hoping the third times a charm! Good luck with everything!

9:06 PM  
Anonymous Kriston said...

I was just wondering how you found a support group for infertility?
kriston@triad.rr.com

11:29 AM  

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