I failed the Clomid Challenge Test.
Day 3 FSH: 7.8
Day 10 FSH: 13.3 (Should be <10)
Day 21 Progesterone: 19.7
I couldn’t help but start crying right there in the doctor’s office.
However, contrary to what I had read on the internet about failing a Clomid Challenge Test, I quickly learned that failing for me was not complete gloom and doom for one simple reason.
Dr. L told me that a Clomid Challenge Test is an indirect measure of my egg quality and age is a far more important factor.
So basically, finding all this out could not have come at a more perfect time.
I am 27.
The endometriosis is gone.
The events of the past almost 18 months have been woven together into a window of opportunity that only the Hand of God could do.
If we are going to have biological children, NOW is our window of opportunity, given these newfound circumstances.
I believe this window of opportunity is a gift from God.
God’s Timing is always perfect and way better planned out than we can plan things out.
At first, I couldn’t help but be mad and angry that it was me who had to have the endometriosis and consequentially, fail the CCT.
But looking at things from God’s perspective always gives you the brighter side.
God is still at work bringing this journey to completion for His glory alone.
I still wait in great expectation of what God is going to do next.
Please pray with Dave and me, especially in the next few days, as we pray for God’s guidance and peace towards choosing the next path and moving towards it.
Thank you for your prayers today!