Got my dr.ugs
Today my dru.gs arrived. I got a box of ovidrel and my Femara. They look so tiny. I have been googling a lot and found that a lot of women conceived on 5mg of Femara, which is two 2.5mg pills a day. I have been prescribed one 2.5mg a day. So I suppose it’s just like being on 50mg of Clomid, starting at the bottom to see the results. However, I can’t help but feel a little antsy that I am not on the dose that most people on the net seem to be starting on. However, I know my doctor is being cautious and maybe I will do just fine on this level.
I’ve started feeling the signs that af is coming. I usually get menstrual cramps a week before she shows. I am on my last week of bc pills (yea!) and will take my last pill on saturday. Unfortunately, I am due for af when I am out of town visiting with my in-laws extended family. Oh well. I guess I’ll just pack the pads and tylenol.
I’m getting excited to start my new job. Yesterday I had to run around getting my background stuff in order. I got a tb test, a urine test, a vaccination that is making my shoulder feel like it got hit by a baseball, and a blood test to make sure I am not due for any more vaccinations. I also got my picture taken for my badge. On monday I have to go for an all day orientation and then I will start training on tuesday. I am supposed to be working 24 hours a week. I planned it out with my husband and I am thinking of doing 9-3:30 or 4 (depending on how long we get for lunch) for four days a week. That would give me every friday off and the early morning and late afternoon to have my appointments. It’s not set in stone yet, so we will see when I learn more. It’s nice that with this job I have the flexibility to dictate my own hours since I’m not working with clients and instead working with paper work.
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