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    I wasn't going to tell anyone but I had such wonderful mood swings and other such stuff that I've told people at work, my immediate family and a few friends. Besides the people at work noone where I live knows what's going on which can be quite isolating. It took me months to get the courage up to join bubhub but one week in I am very glad I did.

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    My mum also goes on about how fertile she was conceiving me and my brothers. So annoying that she expects I will be the same! Well, I was for my first bub, but my cycle kinda switched itself off since his birth! She was also very shocked when I went 18 days overdue to DS as thought I’d be on time like her!

    I had my U/S today, but still a bit early on for me despite being CD 15 the 2 biggest follies were only 9mm. And oestrogen still just 372. So think it might be similar to last month when I didn’t O until CD 24. But as long as it happens, I really don’t mind. I’m back again on Thursday for another blood test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissXamA View Post
    Thanks everyone <img src="images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" smilieid="1" class="inlineimg" just as I thought...so I will hold off. It is so frustrating! Especially when I chat to family and they are like &quot;I don't know - I blinked and I was pregnant&quot; feel like I have left this too long and now my body is paying me back.
    I have no symptoms, I am in perfect health, good diet, regular excercise.. I guess everything has always been quiet simple and easy (or maybe I just don't stress as I have a 'whatever' attitude) and now this is like - suck it! Gonna make you work! Lol my biggest frustration is that.. In all this, it's not just about me now - so if my body keeps taking longer cycles, it also impacts DH. But hey... Bub will come when bub is ready.
    Thanks for the support ladies xx
    This is harder said then done but again I would try not to stress, I came off the pill in May and my cycles vary from 32-36 days which i think is normal this happened last time I got pregnant so everything still must be working down there. If your really worried though go see your doctor.

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    Thanks Shelby was feeling a little down this morning, but after everyone's posts today, I am feeling better. Not stressing anymore and I have decided that I will go to the Dr if nothing by CD 50 - but let's hope I don't go until then!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissXamA View Post
    Thanks Shelby was feeling a little down this morning, but after everyone's posts today, I am feeling better. Not stressing anymore and I have decided that I will go to the Dr if nothing by CD 50 - but let's hope I don't go until then!!
    The general approach taken by GPs is to allow at least 6 months for regular, ovulatory cycles to resume. However, it can (and often does) happen much sooner than that.
    Most GPs would not be inclined to investigate just yet, especially as you are young (a mere baby yourself by my standards!).
    Have you thought about charting your BBTs to get some sense of your cycle?
    J.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    My mum also goes on about how fertile she was conceiving me and my brothers. So annoying that she expects I will be the same! Well, I was for my first bub, but my cycle kinda switched itself off since his birth! She was also very shocked when I went 18 days overdue to DS as thought I’d be on time like her!

    I had my U/S today, but still a bit early on for me despite being CD 15 the 2 biggest follies were only 9mm. And oestrogen still just 372. So think it might be similar to last month when I didn’t O until CD 24. But as long as it happens, I really don’t mind. I’m back again on Thursday for another blood test.
    Good luck with your BT on Thursday, I had mine today and go for U/S tomorrow so will see how mine is going seeing as we are same CD

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    Hi girls been a few days since I posted but been reading on.
    I'm cd21 / 5dpo .
    can't remember who was asking about cycle length. i have been using fertility friend (its free) to track my cycles since September last year & I have had lengths from 33 -48 days & each month has been different I use digital opk's and temping to help me see when I O. I have spent the last 3 cycles on clomid to help shorten my cycle length. I had to wait a year b4 my gp referred me to a fertility specialist because I already have a dd and ds (sorry girls I did have it easy first 2times. Plz don't banish me out of the group 🙏). I was on low dose pill with dd and ds first cycle off pill so now I get my karma and have had to wait a long and agonising 14 months and still waiting its so hard because I pit it off for so long thinking it will be easy and boy oh boy was I wrong. Oh we'll if its ment to be it will be...

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    Hi everyone,

    I have been off bubhub the last 5 days as have been away in Melbourne.

    J - I am thrilled for you! Congratulations! And please stick around on this forum we would all miss you!!!

    AFM:
    So here I am at CD36 and 15DPO.
    My last 2 cycles have been 27 days with an 11day luteal phase.
    I havent done a hpt because when I went to the FS of 9dpo the u/s showed that I have a thin endometrial lining at 6mm which is meant to make implantation difficult and he did a beta hcg at 9dpo which was negative.
    I temp and do opk's so pretty confident when I ovulated.
    I dont think Im pregnant but very confused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    My Mum is exactly the same; claims she fell pregnant first month with all 4 of us. Drives me mental. I am quick to point out to her that she was 21 when she conceived me...makes a difference!!
    I think people believe they are offering helpful insights. But, it is highly irritating.
    J.
    Exactly! My Mum was 19 when she conceived me. I was 30 when I fell with my DS after 8 cycles coming off implanon. I'm up to my 7th cycle this time around after finishing breast feeding. I also love her comments about how skinny she was when she fell pregnant and I should try and do the same (I'm not even overweight - just at the high end of healthy). I have to remind her that she was 11 years younger than me! I was **** hot skinny when I was 19 too... pfft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by button2012 View Post
    Hi everyone,

    I have been off bubhub the last 5 days as have been away in Melbourne.

    J - I am thrilled for you! Congratulations! And please stick around on this forum we would all miss you!!!

    AFM:
    So here I am at CD36 and 15DPO.
    My last 2 cycles have been 27 days with an 11day luteal phase.
    I havent done a hpt because when I went to the FS of 9dpo the u/s showed that I have a thin endometrial lining at 6mm which is meant to make implantation difficult and he did a beta hcg at 9dpo which was negative.
    I temp and do opk's so pretty confident when I ovulated.
    I dont think Im pregnant but very confused.
    Thank you.
    When are you next seeing your doctor? Do you have a rough management plan?
    You were going to do an assessment cycle this month, weren't you, to investigate possible progesterone deficiency in your luteal phase?
    I think this will provide useful information.
    J.
    Last edited by J37; 02-10-2012 at 20:59.


 

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