Well I just got back from seeing the RE this morning at my CD14 u/s. I've had lots of O pain since CD7 so I thought I'd probably have some good eggs. I also had a lot of pain on CD12 that made me wonder if I was O'ing but thought it was too early since I normally O around CD15 or CD16 and DTD just in case but let it go otherwise. Well, I get to the u/s today and the doc says my lining looks weird. The exact word he used was vacuolated. First he said that if I didn't get pregnant this time he wanted to do a CD5 u/s next cycle and possibly another d&c if it's still an issue. Of course this upset me terribly since it's been 5 months now since the m/c and I already had a d&c once, did cytotec, and birth control pills to get back on track. Then he looked at my left ovary and said it looked collapsed and he thinks I may have already O'd once and I have 3 more eggs between both ovaries one of which looks like it could be ready in two days if I haven't O'd already. Then he said I had a small cyst forming on my left ovary too and after that said there was a good chance my lining was just fine and I already O'd and that's why it looks the way it does. He said if this is the case it's perfectly normal. However, I never got a clear positive OPK which is confusing to me. Of course, I wasn't using them regularly when I may have gotten a positive if I did in fact O on CD12.
Basically, we have no clue what's going on right now and I'm super confused. I was so looking forward to some positive information today and more than anything clear info on what's going on and the doc really won't know unless I get pregnant or we do a CD5 u/s which may mean missing another cycle of fertility meds. Has anyone ever had this before and does anyone know what vacuolated means in relation to your uterine lining? The doc made it sound like this is normal after O so...who knows. Sure felt like I was O'ing on CD12...Any insight would be fantastic. I'm trying not to freak out here but I'm on the verge.