Thanks ladies! I am at loss of words for what the girls I thought were my friends said to me... I have been tested for almost everything, and so far all my blood work has come back normal, my dr told me that one of my blood clotting blood work came back mildly positive. I forgot the name, but I have to redo the test in 2 weeks to see if still comes back positive.
I am seeing my OB, who prescribed me both metformin and Clomid. I am stationed overseas with my husband, and unfortunately the women's clinic on base does not monitor us while on Clomid, so it's pretty much wait and see if it works... I want a baby more than words can ever describe, but the fear my body will fail me once again is driving me crazy :[ meanwhile, I know a ton of other spouses on base who are drinking and smoking while pregnant :[ makes me high five them in the face with a brick :[
I hope you don't mind my asking questions. I'm trying to understand what course of action you and your doctor are taking.
Being monitored on Clomid is very very important. Even if it's not something they 'typically' do, it's something that you should demand be done for you. Monitoring includes CD3 blood work, multiple ultrasounds (to check uterine lining as well as follicle growth), and I would think 7DPO blood work in your case as well. (The 7DPO b/w shows if you need the Progesterone)
Clomid can thin your uterine lining and if someone already has a thin lining, it can create issues. Clomid can also cause over-stimulation. ( Look at John and Kate Plus Eight - she was being monitored on Clomid, was over stimulated, told NOT to have sex that cycle, they ignored doctor's orders...) Also, did your doctor inform you that you have a lifetime maximum of only 6 cycles with Clomid? Why did your doctor decide to go the Clomid route? Was he concerned with a weak or non-existent ovulation or is he trying to give YH's sperm more 'targets'?
I wish I had more information for you about the clotting test. Hopefully one of the other ladies here will have something.
ETA: I saw you have PCOS - removed my met question.