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    Congrats on the BFP this morning Two Pink Lines.
    I did another test this morning BFN. I would have thought that if I was UTD it would show up by now. So I'll just keep on waiting.

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    Hcg test yesterday. Came back the same afternoon with a positive!!!!!!! Low hcg levels but PREGNANT nonetheless. Now the arduous wait for all those pregnancy milestones. Bring on the 7 week scan!!!!!! Universe please show me a healthy little sac & heartbeat!
    Sending positive vibes to all on the TWW! My empathies to all that have to try again next month..... I know the feeling! But stay positive I have high grade endometriosis and I still managed to implant a precious few cells!
    Does anyone know if there is a thread I can join for those 4 weeks pregnant? Would be helpful for me to chat.
    Buckets of Babydust to all! STICK BABIES STICK!

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    Well Im out - got AF today

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2pinklines View Post
    Thank you. Maybe a stupid questions which I'm sure will be clarified for me at the doctors, but want to know now...You mention next 8 months, so would this mean I am 4 weeks already or just 2?? Not sure when it is calculated from? Thanks.
    Yes, pregnancy is defined as the number of weeks since Day 1 of your last menstrual period (LMP)...So, technically you are 2 weeks pregnant before you even conceive. This is done to try to standardise things a bit, so all doctors can communicate reliably. Plus, since it is very hard to pinpoint ovulation, and people vary so much in their cycle lengths (some people have short cycles, others quite long), it's just a standardising method to keep everyone on the same page, so to speak. So pregnancy is, on average, 40 weeks...taking into account 30-31 days in a month, it works out roughly 9 months...but most doctors will talk to you in terms of weeks. So you have another 36 weeks to go! (Again, this varies by +/- 10 days or so). J.

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    OPK starting to show the faint line, by tomorrow CD15 am thinking it will be the real thing, which puts me testing on the 29th but more likely to do it on the 30th given my crazy work schedule that week.

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    I am now 2 days late for AF and im never late for the last two days i had dull cramping that comes and goes and sore nipples oh and also clear cm but have taken a forelife pregnancy test and Bfn i never used fmu tho does anyone think it would make a difference? Also don't know how good this test is never ued this brand befo

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    Quote Originally Posted by happy86 View Post
    I am now 2 days late for AF and im never late for the last two days i had dull cramping that comes and goes and sore nipples oh and also clear cm but have taken a forelife pregnancy test and Bfn i never used fmu tho does anyone think it would make a difference? Also don't know how good this test is never ued this brand befo
    FMU is not that important, but perhaps just limit fluid intake for next few hours and repeat test to concentrate your urine. I have used Forelife before, and it wasn't as sensitive as First Response. More expensive however, but worth a trip to the Pharmacy. Buy a 3-pack, repeat in a few hours, then next 2 mornings. The pregnancy hormone doubles in concentration every 24 hours, so pregnancy tests soon become positive if you are pregnant, and are testing at least 14 DPO. Best of luck sweetie. J.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maddy40 View Post
    OPK starting to show the faint line, by tomorrow CD15 am thinking it will be the real thing, which puts me testing on the 29th but more likely to do it on the 30th given my crazy work schedule that week.
    You are same as me, and my OPK is not yet clearly +ve, just fading in. It is best to do them at night, as LH is generally released later in the day. I am going to retest at 5pm today (CD14). Problem is, my husband gets so freaked out when he feels pressure to perform, that we have had trouble. He really wants another bub, but he psyches himself out when I tell him it is "sex week". Other times it is not a problem at all. But I cannot see any way around this dilemma. Just persist I guess.

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    So im now 6dpo and (just so i could POAS...) just got a positive OPK. Grrr I'm assuming it's faulty which annoys me cause does that mean the ones I did when I thought I was ovulating were faulty aswell?! PAH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaDiDah View Post
    So im now 6dpo and (just so i could POAS...) just got a positive OPK. Grrr I'm assuming it's faulty which annoys me cause does that mean the ones I did when I thought I was ovulating were faulty aswell?! PAH!
    OK, we need more information to solve this one for you. Do you have regular cycles, what day in your cycle are you, what brand of OPK are you using, and are you sure you are correctly reading the OPKs? The test line must be AS dark as control line...many women produce LH throughout cycle and will have a light test line for many days on an OPK...which is NOT positive. More info please to help solve this for you. By the way, any photos you can post? Are you still having regular sex to maximise chances? J.


 

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