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    Default TTC and not wanting to move #3

    Thanks for understanding & good luck xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkorblue View Post
    Hey good luck with testing, im just going to wait till af due on 18,

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    Thanks I hope AF stays away

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChannyV View Post
    Well levels have gone down so looks like an mc for me this time, nevermind.
    So sorry to hear I hope you're ok x

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    Channy, the bhCG will fall to zero within the week, and you will most likely continue to bleed and/or spot for several days. I would keep charting, and start with OPKs in about 10 days. There is no reason to wait until your next "normal" period. Once the bhCG falls to zero, the normal hormonal processes kick back in (in most cases).
    You obviously don't have a "cycle day" to go by at the moment, which is why I suggested charting and OPKs (in about 10 days)...this will give you a better picture of what is going on, and when you are likely to next ovulate.
    Does that make sense?
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    Thanks again J, u have been so lovely & helpful I really can't thank u enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loonylea View Post
    So many testing next week fx for us all
    Yeah fx,
    Hope a.f stays away for us all.

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    I'm sorry Channy

    I didn't get follow up bloods or anything done when I had a chem in April, I had a pretty solid AF so I took it as a sign that my body had cleared everything out by itself.
    That being said, you may want to get double checked anyway.


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    Oh channy I'm so very sorry.

    Sending you lots of hugs. Glad to hear you are being positive and I hope you get your BFP soon sweety. Take care this weekend and rest up xxx hugs. Xxx

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    So sorry Channy - was really hoping this was a sticky for you.

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    Ah that's awful cranny but your right, everything happens for a reason.... It's ok to b sad though *hugs*

    Well girls I need your help. Sorry if tmi but have had a bit more cm than normal however just noticed then it had a slight brown tinge..... I'm about 5dpo. Any ideas what this may be?


 

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