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    I just realized I sound like a total hypochondriac! I'm not I swear!!
    AF also just showed, onto the next month! At least I know this hormonal person that's slipped into my body will be gone soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pigeonpairplusone View Post
    Welcome expectantmum! Sorry to hear about your mc i also had one a couple of months ago, not fun Like Channy said everyone is very supportive in this thread im not sure i could have got through the last few months without it.
    Thanks pigeonpairplusone! I feel for you too.

    Yeh, I should have seen this forum during that time. Honestly, when I had AF last month, I thought it was another mc coz I knew/felt I was PG again that time. Hopefully, this month will be totally different. This will be a wonderful Christmas for me, if ever! This is like a roller-coaster ride. I can't tell DH I am expecting to PG again (but he knows I am trying every O) since he hates to see me devastated...

    More baby dust for all of us here expecting... xoxo

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    Quote Originally Posted by SquiggsMom View Post
    I bought some the other day to try this cycle. I just felt like this month was a no go and bought it cuz I happened to see it in my local pharmacy that doesn't usually stock it. Seemed like a sign. Do you use it?

    I am pretty regular fortunately. My cycles ranged from 24-30 days before I started TTC. Now they have been 28 days since we started. So something good is coming out of all this TTC buisness! This cycle was 27 days but I think the OS travel threw it out.



    Your story sounds like mine! I was about 7 weeks along so I have no idea what my early pregnancy symptoms would be anyway!

    I know they say wait a year but I'm too medically minded and impatient for that. I like to have as much info as possible. Even though I'm regular and ovulate each cycle, I'd rather know nothing is wrong. Especially since last cycle we were on holidays and I couldn't be as diligent with my OPKs and BT. I managed to BT around O time so that was confirmed but that's all I could manage with the jet lag. It was kinda nice actually. They say relax - well, we did and still BFN! I know I'm generally healthy because I get blood work done every 2 years or so. Thyroid issues run in my family and I've just always done them to keep an eye on it in case it wants to run wild on me. I also make them give me the results so I can check them. Yeah, I'm one of those. Anyway, just had them done 8 months ago and was all fine. So, if after cycle 6 (this is 5) we have no luck, I'll head to my GP and see what else we can do. It wouldn't bother me as much if I wasn't the only one in my family who's ever taken this long to get pg (and it hasn't been that long).

    Thanks for the words of wisdom. Sorry to hear your journey hasn't been easy either. Glad you finally got your little bean. I bet June can't come quick enough!!



    Thanks Pigeon. I hope your last cycle gives you your BFP!

    Hi ExpectantMum! Welcome!
    Thanks SquiggsMom! All the best! More baby dusts for all of us! (Positive thinking: December is for US!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by shelby27 View Post
    Welcome, it's nice to have people to chat to and who understand. I hope your journey is short.
    Thanks so much Shelby. I am not yet sure what you've been through since I still have catching up to do with reading the forum but I am with you with all the prayers of BFP's for everyone.

    Indeed, it's been 4 months for me but honestly it feels forever especially being by myself (and bearing the mc by myself) and no one to talk to and dunno what to expect. *bless everyone sharing their experiences in these forums*


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    Quote Originally Posted by ExpectantMum View Post
    Thanks so much Shelby. I am not yet sure what you've been through since I still have catching up to do with reading the forum but I am with you with all the prayers of BFP's for everyone.

    Indeed, it's been 4 months for me but honestly it feels forever especially being by myself (and bearing the mc by myself) and no one to talk to and dunno what to expect. *bless everyone sharing their experiences in these forums*

    My story is not to bad, DS took 3-4 months to conceive, found out about 17dpo we where trying and I was on bub hub but wasn't obsessed so was happy to wait till way after AF was due to test, it was actually the women on bubhub that made me go test lol. Plus I have long cycles so it was hard to keep track anyway after being on the pill for 10 years. This time around trying for number 2 has taken longer, been off the pill since May but in large part it has taken longer due to DH always working away. Been a bit frustrating to miss out so many months but he's home now and I'm due to O on Christmas day fx this cycle is the winner. cd9 today of a 35 day cycle.

    What do you mean by yourself?

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    Hoping to join this thread ladies
    dh and I are trying to conceive our first baby together, I have one 6 yo son from my previous marriage and dh has a daughter and son from his previous.
    we started trying seriously 3 months ago.
    we fell pregnant last month but I had an early mc at 5 weeks nov 21.
    have continued to have regular sex since and now just waiting to see if I get a bfp or bfn.
    no idea when the witch should arrive as they say a mc can put your cycles all over the place, but I am usually a regular 28 day cycle.
    So maybe 18th?...
    any ladies that have had a mc and conceived right away?
    thanks ladies

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    Default TTC and not wanting to move #5

    Welcome tymum, I had a mc in sept and another in nov so as much as it didnt pan out in my case you can conceive again quickly

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    Thanks channyv, I'm sure you will understand then that I don't really want to test, but really want to
    if I could just be a patient person and go about life and wait, I think I could cope better..
    you always think mc happens to others and not yourself hey.

    I have also seen a naturopath a few weeks ago and got some progestalift, can't hurt I figure, and makes me feel like I'm doing something to help....

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    Quote Originally Posted by shelby27 View Post
    My story is not to bad, DS took 3-4 months to conceive, found out about 17dpo we where trying and I was on bub hub but wasn't obsessed so was happy to wait till way after AF was due to test, it was actually the women on bubhub that made me go test lol. Plus I have long cycles so it was hard to keep track anyway after being on the pill for 10 years. This time around trying for number 2 has taken longer, been off the pill since May but in large part it has taken longer due to DH always working away. Been a bit frustrating to miss out so many months but he's home now and I'm due to O on Christmas day fx this cycle is the winner. cd9 today of a 35 day cycle.

    What do you mean by yourself?
    oh, we are the December hopefuls then.
    yeh, by myself coz i dont know no one other than my inlaws. just moved from overseas. we havent told the family i was pg then so when i got mc, you can just imagine my depression with no one to talk to (DH hates to see me sick, stressed, depressed, etc. He's an easy guy and he only wants a simple life without complications. So, I save all my worries and woes all to myself.).

    So, moving on, with all these symptoms i am experiencing, i cant tell no one, not even DH coz i know for sure he gonna tell me, dont expect too much. but i cant help it as i am desperate to be preg. and i feel lucky to be welcomed in this forum.

    thanks to all of you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExpectantMum View Post
    oh, we are the December hopefuls then.
    yeh, by myself coz i dont know no one other than my inlaws. just moved from overseas. we havent told the family i was pg then so when i got mc, you can just imagine my depression with no one to talk to (DH hates to see me sick, stressed, depressed, etc. He's an easy guy and he only wants a simple life without complications. So, I save all my worries and woes all to myself.).

    So, moving on, with all these symptoms i am experiencing, i cant tell no one, not even DH coz i know for sure he gonna tell me, dont expect too much. but i cant help it as i am desperate to be preg. and i feel lucky to be welcomed in this forum.

    thanks to all of you!
    Well your no longer alone, someone is always here to chat too.

    Welcome tymum.

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