The TTC booty call

November 17, 2007 at 2:09 am Leave a comment

I expected to ovulate a couple of days ago while I was 4000 miles (give or take) away from my hubby. Since we started trying to conceive I’ve found it tricky to fit business trips into the calendar. At the beginning I didn’t stress too much about having to occasionally be on the road during the peak time for ovulation. But since we’ve been seeing a fertility specialist and going through procedures at the fertility clinic it’s a lot harder. This month was one of those times that I just couldn’t make it work, which meant skipping the clinic and being away from DH when my follicle was expected to drop its load.

Since I figured we’d missed the proverbial boat (or in this case the journey of the egg) this month, I was surprised to notice the signs of ovulation today. I never get the pain in my back some women feel but I nearly always notice the clear stringy discharge indicating the “moat is being lowered” (as my doctor says) and ovulation is close at hand.

Of course tonight my DH has plans with the boys and is going out right after work. It’s unusual for him to go out on a Friday night so I hate to change plans…but this is ‘clear stringy discharge’ we’re talking about…who wouldn’t want a piece of that!

I talked to him at work and he’s rushing through his day so he can squeeze me in for a quickie…ah the romance!

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