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    waiting hoping I hope you recover soon.

    Bondgirl we are the same CD though I am yet to O so will be doing BT Tuesday U/S Wednesday and possibly injection Wednesday as well so for both of us this month

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    ToniS- yeah sounds like we might both O around the same time then. Will be nice to have a testing buddy if we do! Will you have a blood pregnancy test?

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    BondGirl I have a blood test to check if I O first, if that is positive then I would have a blood pregnancy test but not sure when that would be. At the moment I'm just wanting to get my levels up to something that indicated O will occur.

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    Bond girl:
    If you dont mind me asking What testing do you get done during your cycle. I'm thinking if this cycle doesn't work I'm going to ask for more test coz all FS does is say take clomid cd2-6 50mg and see me at end of cycle... Just getting frustrated and at least if I know some test that he could do I can ask for them..

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    Can someone explain symptoms in the TWW to me please? Is it just me or does anyone else not understand symptoms in the TWW? I thought that the egg doesn't even attach to you until about 8DPO so how can there be symptoms before that because every month our body is still doing the same thing up to 8-10DPO. I never have looked for symptoms for my whole ttc journey? I never noticed any when pregnant with DS (in the TWW) and when people talk about them i think they could be caused by numerous things. I'm not saying there's no such things as symptoms I'm saying can someone explain it to me I just genuinely don't understand

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    Quote Originally Posted by tormy View Post
    No luck this cycle unfortunately . Yay for you ovulating soon! Good luck for Tuesday! I know what u mean about the crappy weather - damn Canberra!

    Afm - well I got another bfn today - so af should start this weekend sometime. Next cycle we're going on a holiday at O time - so I'll probably have the ultrasound before we go - but I doubt I'll get the trigger next cycle.
    Sorry to hear that Tormy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tormy View Post
    No luck this cycle unfortunately <img src="images/smilies/no.gif" border="0" alt="" title="No" smilieid="40" class="inlineimg" . Yay for you ovulating soon! Good luck for Tuesday! I know what u mean about the crappy weather - damn Canberra!

    Afm - well I got another bfn today - so af should start this weekend sometime. Next cycle we're going on a holiday at O time - so I'll probably have the ultrasound before we go - but I doubt I'll get the trigger next cycle.
    So sorry to hear that u got a bfn. Take care and go enjoy a nice glass. Hopefully u won't need a trigger next cycle and you can make a holiday baby xo

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    Ah bummer Tormy Fx you O on your own next cycle

    Shelby - I have no idea how it all works. I thought the same thing, that you wouldnt notice any symptoms until at least implantation, or maybe even after when the hcg increases in your system. With DD I had nothing (apart from what I thought was just AF symptoms) before my BFP. Saying that though, with my m/c last sept I had nausea the day after dtd and sore bbs within a couple of days which just got stronger and stronger..... so, no idea now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shelby27 View Post
    Can someone explain symptoms in the TWW to me please? Is it just me or does anyone else not understand symptoms in the TWW? I thought that the egg doesn't even attach to you until about 8DPO so how can there be symptoms before that because every month our body is still doing the same thing up to 8-10DPO. I never have looked for symptoms for my whole ttc journey? I never noticed any when pregnant with DS (in the TWW) and when people talk about them i think they could be caused by numerous things. I'm not saying there's no such things as symptoms I'm saying can someone explain it to me I just genuinely don't understand
    You are absolutely correct. Symptoms of early pregnancy cannot physiologically occur until there is bhCG in your blood******, and this does not occur until 7-8DPO at the earliest. Even so, the levels are very low. In the MAJORITY of women, early pregnancy symptoms do not occur until 5-6 weeks, when the bhCG level rises rapidly. This is when nausea starts.
    Sore breasts are a common phenomenon in women post-ovulation, whether they are pregnant or not. This is due to increased progesterone levels post-ovulation. Breast tenderness often increases in early pregnancy as progesterone levels increase, but is not a predictor of pregnancy in the TWW.
    Fatigue is due to increased metabolic needs as the embryo begins organ formation, and this does not start in the TWW.
    There are a lot of symptoms which are hormonal, and related to your cycle day, which are completely unrelated to pregnancy.
    People definitely over-interpret symptoms in the TWW, and this concerns me, as I watch people get their hopes up too much. The most reliable symptoms in the TWW are NO symptoms, with a positive HPT at the end of it.
    It is a hard time each month, but I think it is wise to avoid "symptom-spotting", as when one understands the physiology of embryogenesis and early pregnancy, it just isn't possible.
    Does that make sense?
    J.
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    J that makes sense to me. Thanks for explaining

    Tormy - sorry to hear it's a bfn! Good luck for next cycle! Fingers crossed for you


 

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