Ovulex II
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garffan - November 17

:) ;)Hello Ladies,
Hope all is well and to Andrea I'm so happy for you. I know you will be a great mom. Well as for me I have tried everything this month. So I will keep my fingers crossed. Thank you all for your support I could never go through this without you guys... Also should I keep on the ovulex until i know my results. Anyway I wish you girls all the best Baby Dust to you all

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sarah soveran - November 17

hey there my ladies im back and done packing ughhh!!
finally, but now im all settled in and can get back on track soo how is everyone and there journey going i wanna know k you ladies better tell me hahaaa well ill here from you all soon!!!

 

Nanci And Dessie - November 17

Sounds like there has been alot of moving in the past month or so. I just recently moved at the beginning of Oct. and still feel like I'm unorganized...

 

Amy and Keith - November 17

Sorry I have not checked in lately. Just waiting to see something with Ovulex. Have been on Ovulex for three weeks today. I did have increased CM last week, but have been using OV tests with negative results. Let's keep in mind girls, I have never seen two lines on anything. I have been bleeding ever since starting Ovulex, but I'm thinking maybe my body has to get adjusted to it. ??? That's what I'm hoping anyway. Let's keep our fingers crossed that this stuff works!

Best wishes go out to Andrea. Congratulations! You have been blessed. Best wishes and baby dust to all.

 

Mahogany Heart - November 17

Amy,

I'm so happy to see that you made it back. You also need to get a ticker. www.tickerfactory.com

I'm not sure why your cycle is still on now for three weeks. I started Ovulex the 15th of Oct and I had to jump start it with Provera Nov, 5, 2005. That goes to show that everyone body is different and every method works different for each and everyone of us. You need to call them and ask them about this. Not only that go see your Dr. The only time I every bleed like that is right after my Ectopic and that was the most painful and scariest thing I have ever know. I past all kinds of clots (tmi). Please go get that checked out.

Keep the Faith!!!
I Love My Sister Hood.
Thirteen Sisters on the Pledge:
Mahogany Heart
Nanci And Dessie
Chynnadoll
Cin
Tosha
Andrea (Conquered Infertility)
Amy
Dona
Les23
Sarah Soveran
TTA
Native
Garffan

 

Tosha - November 17

Hello Ladies,

Sorry I've been MIA. I have just been super busy! Plus a friend of mine had a baby boy this week so I was in the hospital visiting a lot! Gave me good incentive to want myself in a maternity ward! I thought of it as a positive experience instead of feeling sorry for myself!

Thank-you so much for the e-card MH! You are so inspirational! I appreciate your kind words!

Tonight my DH comes home!! Plus it's Alias night... could it get any better!??! hehe

 

Mahogany Heart - November 17

You are welcome Tosha,

Not sure if you knew but Andrea is Pregnant. Look over what you missed. Please don't stay away so long your Sister Hood needs you.

Keep the Faith!!!
I Love My Sister Hood.
Thirteen Sisters on the Pledge:
Mahogany Heart
Nanci And Dessie
Chynnadoll
Cin
Tosha
Andrea (Conquered Infertility)
Amy
Dona
Les23
Sarah Soveran
TTA
Native
Garffan

 

Amy and Keith - November 17

MH, my doctor is aware that I do this. He has given me Provera several times in the past to start AF. When you took Provera this time, did you continue to take Ovulex too? Thanks for the info.

 

Tosha - November 17

Yes, I knew about Andrea. I congratulated her a few posts back before I went MIA! I hope that feeling rubs off on more of us soon!

 

Mahogany Heart - November 17

Amy,

Yes is that what happened to you. I just started my cycle Monday like schedule. Five days after my last Provera pill. I didn't take Ovulex Monday.

Tosha,

You been MIA so long I didn't know when you MIA. Please don't MIA as long we really miss you.

 

Amy and Keith - November 17

MH, I haven't taken Provera since May of this year and I haven't had a cycle since then. I just have irregular bleeding. I'm wondering if I should take Provera again to "clean out" my uterus and then resume the Ovulex again. Any thoughts?

 

Mahogany Heart - November 17

Amy,

That maybe a theory. Go ahead and talk to your Dr and go get some. Read what I marked in Red. You know Provera takes care a lot of things. You know after you pick up your prescription and it has the definition and use for the drug on the bag it does a lot of things. I as wondering how can one drug do all this and bring on your cycle.

[b]Brand Name: Provera[/b]

[b]Description[/b]
Progestins (proe-JES-tins) are hormones. They are used by both men and women for different purposes.

[b]Progestins are prescribed for several reasons:[/b]

To properly regulate the menstrual cycle and treat unusual stopping of the menstrual periods (amenorrhea). Progestins work by causing changes in the uterus. After the amount of progestins in the blood drops, the lining of the uterus begins to come off and vaginal bleeding occurs (menstrual period). [u][color=Red]Progestins help other hormones start and stop the menstrual cycle. [/color][/u]

To help a pregnancy occur during egg donor or infertility procedures in women who do not produce enough progesterone. Also, progesterone is given to help maintain a pregnancy when not enough of it is made by the body.

To prevent estrogen from thickening the lining of the uterus (endometrial hyperplasia) in women around menopause who are being treated with estrogen for ovarian hormone therapy (OHT). OHT is also called hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and estrogen replacement therapy (ERT).

To treat pain that is related to endometriosis, a condition where the endometrial tissue which lines the uterus becomes displaced in other female organs.

To treat a condition called endometriosis or unusual and heavy bleeding of the uterus (dysfunctional uterine bleeding) by starting or stopping the menstrual cycle.

To help treat cancer of the breast, kidney, or uterus. Progestins help change the cancer cell's ability to react to other hormones and proteins that cause tumor growth. In this way, progestins can stop the growth of a tumor.

To test the body's production of certain hormones such as estrogen.

To treat loss of appetite and severe weight or muscle loss in patients with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) or cancer by causing certain proteins to be produced that cause increased appetite and weight gain.

Progestins may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor.

Depending on how much and which progestin you use or take, a progestin can have different effects. For instance, high doses of progesterone are necessary for some women to continue a pregnancy while other progestins in low doses can prevent a pregnancy from occurring. Other effects include causing weight gain, increasing body temperature, developing the milk-producing glands for breast-feeding, and relaxing the uterus to maintain a pregnancy.

Progestins can help other hormones work properly. Progestins may help to prevent anemia (low iron in blood), too much menstrual blood loss, and cancer of the uterus.


[b]Ingredient Name:[/b] MEDROXYPROGESTERONE (me-DROX-ee-proe-JESS-te-rone)

[b]Drug Manufacturer: BARR LABS [/b]

[b]Common Uses:[/b] This medicine is a progestin used to treat menstrual disorders. This medicine may also be used to treat other conditions as determined by your doctor. Progestins lower the risk of estrogen-related cancer of the uterus. This medicine used in combination with estrogen (hormone replacement therapy - HRT) should not be used to prevent heart disease.

[b]Before Using This Medicine: WARNING:[/b] Two-drug combination hormone replacement therapy (estrogen and progestin menopause HRT) can infrequently cause cancer of the breast, heart disease (e.g., heart attack), stroke, dementia, or blood clots in the lung (pulmonary embolism) or leg. Estrogens may also increase the risk of cancer of the ovary. These risks appear to depend on the length of time this combination is used and the amount of estrogen per dose. Therefore, two-drug HRT should be used for the shortest possible length of time at the lowest effective dose, so you obtain the benefits and minimize the chance of serious side effects from long-term treatment. Discuss the risks and benefits with your doctor. If you use this drug for an extended period, you should be evaluated at least once a year. See Caution section. Blood clots may be more likely to form during very long periods of sitting or if you are bedridden, as well as with certain types of surgery. If this applies to you, ask your doctor whether you should temporarily stop your medication. You should not use this medicine during the first 4 months of pregnancy because birth defects may occur. This medicine has not been proven to prevent natural abortions that occur early in the pregnancy. Often, the cause of an early natural abortion is due to a defective female egg. Using this drug does not fix a defective egg and may get in the way of expelling it. Some medicines or medical conditions may interact with this medicine. INFORM YOUR DOCTOR OR PHARMACIST of all prescription and over-the-counter medicine that you are taking. Some medicines or medical conditions may interact with this medicine. INFORM YOUR DOCTOR OR PHARMACIST of all prescription and over-the-counter medicine that you are taking. Inform your doctor of any other medical conditions including heart disease or circulation problems (e.g., stroke or heart attack), asthma, migraine headaches, any previous cancers (e.g., breast or ovary), blood disorders (e.g., blood clots), liver disease, gallbladder disease, history of depression, diabetes, seizure disorders, any allergies, pregnancy, or breast-feeding. ADDITIONAL MONITORING OF YOUR DOSE OR CONDITION may be needed if you are taking rifampin. USE OF THIS MEDICINE IS NOT RECOMMENDED if you have a history of pulmonary embolism. Contact your doctor or pharmacist if you have any questions or concerns about taking this medicine.

[b]How to Use This Medicine:[/b] Follow the directions for using this medicine provided by your doctor. THIS MEDICINE MAY BE TAKEN on an empty stomach or with food. TAKE THIS MEDICINE at the same time every day, not more than 24 hours apart. STORE THIS MEDICINE at room temperature in a tightly-closed container, away from heat and light. IF YOU MISS A DOSE OF THIS MEDICINE, take it as soon as possible. If it is almost time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and go back to your regular dosing schedule. Do not take 2 doses at once.

[b]Cautions:[/b] YOU MAY EXPERIENCE absence of menstrual periods while using this medicine. If you experience irregular menstrual periods, contact your doctor. IT IS IMPORTANT that you keep all doctor and laboratory appointments while you are taking this medicine. Laboratory and/or medical tests (e.g., monthly breast self-exams, and yearly breast exams) should be performed to monitor for serious side effects. THIS MEDICINE MAY CAUSE dark skin patches on your face. Exposure to the sun may make these patches darker. If patches develop, use a sunscreen or protective clothing when exposed to the sun, sunlamps, or tanning booths. IF YOU PLAN ON BECOMING PREGNANT, discuss with your doctor the benefits and risks of using this medicine during pregnancy. THIS MEDICINE IS EXCRETED IN BREAST MILK. IF YOU ARE OR WILL BE BREAST-FEEDING while you are using this medicine, check with your doctor or pharmacist to discuss the risks to your baby. IF YOU HAVE DIABETES MELLITUS, this medicine may worsen blood sugar control. Check with your doctor before you adjust the dose of your diabetes medicine or change your diet.

[b]Possible Side Effects:[/b] SIDE EFFECTS that may go away during treatment, include dizziness, lightheadedness, nausea, stomach upset, or bloating. If they continue or are bothersome, check with your doctor. CHECK WITH YOUR DOCTOR AS SOON AS POSSIBLE if you experience mental/mood changes (e.g., severe depression, memory loss); breast tenderness; weight change; or swelling of your fingers or ankles. CONTACT YOUR DOCTOR IMMEDIATELY if you experience calf/leg pain or swelling; trouble breathing or shortness of breath; chest pain; sudden severe headache, dizziness, or fainting; abnormal vaginal bleeding; yellowing of the skin or eyes; dark urine; or abdominal pain, swelling, or tenderness; vomiting; vision problems; or coughing up blood. If you notice other effects not listed above, contact your doctor, nurse, or pharmacist.

[b]Overdose:[/b] If overdose is suspected, contact your local poison control center or emergency room immediately. Symptoms of overdose may include nausea, vomiting, sleepiness, and dizziness.

[b]Additional Information:[/b] DO NOT SHARE THIS MEDICINE with others for whom it was not prescribed. DO NOT USE THIS MEDICINE for other health conditions. KEEP THIS MEDICINE out of the reach of children. IF USING THIS MEDICINE FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME, obtain refills before your supply runs out.

 

Andrea - November 17

hi ladies, hope everyone is having a great day, u ever feel like time can't go fast enough....want to hurry and see my doctor to make sure everything is ok with baby :) (have an appointment on the 30th)

tosha - i love your possitive attitude!!glad to hear that you are staying on the bright side of things.

native - lol....i'm sure there will be more sore boob in the group soon!!!!

mh -you are the women with the knowledge....your (and everyones) incredible support here does not go unoticed!!! luv ya sisters!

amy - i have read on other boards that some women bleed for weeks on ovulex too....not sure why as i didn't reasearch it ,but just be at ease that u are not alone.

starting to get a few more symptoms....darking areolas, EXTREME fatigue.....even as i write this i am just waiting for my lunch to digest so i can go take a nap....thanks again for the congrates everyone...you know i'm pulling for all of u too.....hey if anyone needs any ovulex i'm all stocked up...lol

 

Mahogany Heart - November 17

Andrea,

Go get you some rest. I know you need at least a week to take all this in. You can go on a Vacation for a week of too or as Tosha say MIA (missing in action) The Sister Hood will not be mad. When my time comes you all will be the first to know then I'm going to have to take a week off to convince myself.

If you need to take a vacation just let us know that way I will not be lighting up your email with a Where are you Andrea or posting to you and you are not online for a week.

It's all about Love.

 

Nanci And Dessie - November 17

Hi yall .. How's it all going? I know what ya mean about time going s-l-o-w... I thought today was friday..... urrgh.. actually looking forward to a somewhat peaceful weekend... MH- love the new ticker... awesome

 

garffan - November 17

Hello Ladies,
Hope we are all doing well, and a special hope all is well to Andrea. Take it easy and get plenty of rest... Mahogany heart I can't say enough about how wonderful you are... That e-card you sent me just made me feel so much better it really made my day.. you are truley appreciated by all of us... I'm still taking the ovulex until at least I know to stop. i can't wait until the 27th the day I can take the test... I don't want to get my hopes up but I find myself looking for all kinds of baby stuff at the mall, I must sound crazy.. With the green tea thing I drink a blend of white and green tea its a little more mild and it sure taste better to me the brand I use is Stash... I have also changed my diet no more junk, its driving me nuts because I just love my daily dose of chocolate(who doesn't)... I'm now getting ready for Thanksgiving I have to write things down now or it will end up a complete mess... My husbands mother wanted us to come over to her place this year but for the first time I have the room and would love to have my very own Thanksgiving... :o Andrea how long after you concived did you start to have any symtopes Anyway Baby Dust to us All
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