Ever since I started with my new department (back in August), my cycle has flipped out. Mostly stress, I'm sure - the weirdest cycles coincide with the most stressful times.
Things are better at work since my old boss left. My colleague was just hired to her position, and it makes my own job way, way more secure so things are better in addition to simply being more settled in with my departments and closer to being caught up generally.
But still. Funky. I thought I'd finally ovulated in January (weak ovulation, but still an ovulation), and then things were going well this cycle, I thought. Until today, when I've been spotting all freaking day and now have cramping. UGH.
My cycle being screwy makes it that much harder to decide if we want to ttc or not. Not a fan. I definitely need to make my annual appointment and make sure there aren't other possible issues, and then talk to Dr. B about testing. Is it crazy that I'm sort of uninterested in starting that up? It's just that we know there will be so much trouble keeping a pregnancy to viability/term that I don't want to hassle with fertility treatments on top of that. It makes me question whether it's worth it, and if we shouldn't just focus on saving up for a gestational surrogate.