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    Wow that's promising! :-) I can't remember what my cycles were like prior to going on the pill, but since stopping it's been spot on every 28 days which is a good thing I hear :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SquiggsMom View Post
    OMG & FelH - which tests did you use early on? We've had so many BFPs it's hard to remember!
    I used an Internet cheapie with fmu on 13dpo definite line but a bit faint, then frer at lunch time 13dpo very clear 2 lines. Would definitely use frer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FelH View Post
    I used an Internet cheapie with fmu on 13dpo definite line but a bit faint, then frer at lunch time 13dpo very clear 2 lines. Would definitely use frer!
    I agree. My ICs are showing clearly now, but FRER was an obvious positive before the ICs.

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    I use internet cheapie OPKs once a day at about 5:30pm (as that's when I get home from work). The instructions have a table saying what day to start testing based on your cycle length. For me I'm supposed to start on CD9 and I expect to O on CD14 so should only use about 5 tests per month. I have heaps of them (bought off ebay 40 OPK and 10 HPT) so will probably use them again this month just 'cos I have 'em. For those newbies it's important to know that you are most fertile the 2-3 days before you O rather than the day of ovulation. If DP is up to it it's best to DTD for the 4 days before, they day you think you ovulate (day after positive OPK) and one day after (in case you ovulated late). The difference in chances of getting pregnant if you DTD every day versus every second day for those 6 days is a few percent more if you DTD every day (assuming no sperm count issues then every second day is better).... according to my extensive internet research

    AFM CD7 today so thinking positively that means it's only 39 more weeks until my due date!!! DH is having major second thoughts about having #2 as we won't be having the close age gap (under 2 years) that we wanted. He now seems to think it's going to be too much extra work and maybe we should just stick with the one bubba I think I can convince him we shouldn't give up TTC #2 yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChannyV View Post
    What dpo did most of our bfpers get their positive in here?
    10dpo

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    Hmmm... Well I have 6 FRER and a clear blue, 8dpo today really really want to hang out til Friday (11dpo) then allow myself testing Friday, Sunday, Tuesday when AF due. Three more sleeps can I make it? Yes I can! Lol
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    Default Nice November 2012 testing thread

    Sorry more detail:

    10dpo- first response (dipstick not early result) got extremely faint- barely there line
    10dpo- did clear blue digital- said not pregnant

    11dpo- confirm early bfp
    11dpo- first response early result bfp

    My ic oracle fertility ones arrived yesterday so just for fun did a one and bfp at 16 dpo- not as dark as test line but definitely obvious so would have shown up early. My hcg was 322 yesterday

    Good look everyone testing this week xx

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    I'm not usually one for symptom spotting but I feel..weird this week, not that "weird" is listed anywhere as a pregnancy sign but well c lol

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    Channy I really hope this is your month! I'm a few days off o day with hubby interstate on business as of early tomorrow morn. :-( not feeling so positive this month. You never know maybe o day will arrive earlier or a bit later this month....

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