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    Default TTC and not wanting to move #2

    Hello ladies, quick question I have been taking Elevit with iodine for a while but blackmores pregnancy gold is on special at woolworths for half price for 120 tablets, anyone know if they're any good?

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    I had my post op apt with gyno today. Basically he said I have 'moderate' endo but has removed it. He said my pain during my period is endo related and said to take ponstan (despite my telling him it doesn't work). I have to have 21 and 28 day bloods (if AF hasn't arrived) for next two cycles (had test today atCD24) He suggests trying for another 6-9mths and if not pregnant do ivf. I'm seeing a fs/endo specialist on mon for a second opinion. I just feel so flat after hearing this news, and never would have thought we were headed down this path...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amsmax View Post
    Hi ladies,
    I bought the OvuPlan OPK - it is the little white and purple disc 'thingy'. My issue has been that in the mornings I have the driest mouth! You are meant to get some saliva from your mouth and drop onto the lenses and NOT put your finger onto the lense. However, I am unable to do this and the only way to get the saliva on it, is to slide my finger on the lense.

    Has anyone else used this before or had this issue?

    I have also bought the Discover 7 day sticks, but I am unsure of when to start using these, being that there is 7! Probably a stupid question! But is it at the end of your period or 7 days out from when you think your ovulation is due?

    I don't want to get into temp charting just yet. I don't wake up at the same time everyday, so that could be useless!

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    Ams
    I found the same thing! I would try and move my tongue around to make more saliva but then it would all be bubbly and I would still touch the lens. I tried to use it for a cycle but it just always looked the same so pretty sure I was doing it wrong!

    I've used those opk's before, I started testing from cd10 so I could go over if I needed to but more so I could use 2 on the positive days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChannyV View Post
    Hello ladies, quick question I have been taking Elevit with iodine for a while but blackmores pregnancy gold is on special at woolworths for half price for 120 tablets, anyone know if they're any good?
    My DP sees an fertility acupuncturist and she recommends the blackmores pre pregnancy tablets so I'm sure the others are fine also

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    Just went to Safeway as Oscar at Daycare, and EVERY bi*ch with a trolley had 2 children, close in age. Came home crying. Why do we lose it so easily?!!!
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    Sucks big time J Hope you are ok

    Oh Tormy, BUMMER. Im gutted for you, I was so sure this cycle was it for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by tormy View Post
    Well I'm not utd my prog is still highish but it's about half it was at 7dpo. So I can expect AF sometime this weekend. They want me to go in for a BT on Friday, but there's no point. So onto cycle 13 an month 15
    Oh tormy you poor luv, hope ur feeling better today... Sorry I hadn't noticed sooner I must of skipped past a couple of pages at work yesterday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tormy View Post
    Well I'm not utd my prog is still highish but it's about half it was at 7dpo. So I can expect AF sometime this weekend. They want me to go in for a BT on Friday, but there's no point. So onto cycle 13 an month 15
    So sorry Tormy

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    Sorry Tormy. I really hoped this was your month.

    Bond girl - Hopefully you ovulate without the trigger shot. Good luck

    J, it's horrible when you're trying to fall pregnant and everyone around you seems to be, or has kids as close together as you would have liked. Sorry you're feeling down. Your chart looks good.

    Pigeon, enjoy your holiday.

    Hi to everyone else. Seems like a lot of us are feeling down, have had AF arrive, or had bad news. Hugs to everyone. Hopefully we see some BFPs in here soon.

    AFM, CD4 today. I'm just plodding along. This month is going to be interesting. I'm going to attempt to relax and do no OPKs or anything. I have no idea when I'm going to O - sometime between cd12 and cd17, so am going to be dtd quite a lot, I suspect.

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    I'm so sorry some of us are going through such a tough time.
    I so hope you all get good news soon, you certainly deserve it
    Imagine how loved and wanted those little ones will feel knowing how much you went through to bring them into the world

    I'm on cd10 so it's pretty much business time.
    I have a quick question for J if you don't mind, or anyone with more of a clue than me.
    Tomorrow I have a dentist appt, I have a molar that's been giving me trouble. It will be cd11 for me, should I let the dentist know I'm ttc? Would there be any risk at this stage?
    I don't know whether I'll be getting X-rays or anything at this point.
    Hope you all have better days today

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    Calicocat I only told the dentist I might be pregnant when I was in the 2ww so unsure if yes or no.

    Well in sitting at fs clinic waiting to get more bloods. 1st nurse is pregnant!! Talk about a slap in the face!!! She can't get blood. Have 2 wait for 2nd nurse to start... She can't get blood had to wait for 3rd nurse to start!!! I'm soooo late for work

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