@Jay we all have our cry moments, and oh yes! it is good to let it all out. Crying doesn’t mean you are weak, it only shows you are human and as long as you don’t unpack there, it’s time to refocus on way forward.
A quick one, did your gynae follow up with follicular tracking during your clomid session? It’s also possible, the dosage was not enough to induce ovulation or the timing is actually wrong as the doctor at prism had said.
My suggestion is that you do a follicular tracking without any induction to actually know when you are ovulating and when the egg is to be released.
As DH said God has the final say, you are stronger than this babe.
In addition, mother with kids or not, we all have challenges. Most times when I’m in my low moments and begin to question God why sm1 who was wayward had baby after babies and He drops a word in my spirit that He makes everything beautiful in His time. No matter who we are, efforts we have put in, money spent, time wasted, as long as there is life, then there is hope. Let’s thank God we have small change to even pay to see a gynae and buy certain drugs and do certain procedures. It gives us knowledge on our health and helps to keep us informed on how to treat or manage it. I also tell God in my prayers that all these money and time I’ve spent, I will NEVER spend anything to take my children to d hospital for treatment or managing any lifetime disability or ailment or disease. This is my own prayer, and in all dear it makes us STRONGER. So @Jay NOTHING CAN BREAK YOU. God has the final say!