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    Default TTC and not wanting to move #5

    Pinkorblue - I just got AF which made it a 32 day cycle. I think I O'd 2 days late, not 4 and I usually have a 14 day LP. Before my mc I would have btn 28 & 32 day cycles but always a 14 day LP so that was a bit weird. I had heaps of stress and lack of sleep around o time and most of last week so I'm putting it down to that. I hope AF arrives soon for you - it sucks when u have that bfn and just want to get on with things *hugs*

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    Thanks Nic. Its getting a bit ridiculas now but I have a niggling feeling that its just around the corner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NicT View Post
    I'm cd1 today and had the worst AF pain I can remember - couldn't even breathe properly through the pain. My obgyn found endometriosis when I had my d&c in july and suggested I see him in December re a lap. I had previously seen my gp in January because I thought I had endo but he fobbed me off. The pain has been better since the d&c so i have been thinking about not having the lap but today has reminded me why I should. Has anyone here had one? I so don't know what to do.
    I have had 2 laps. One last year and one in July. I suffered debilitating painful periods where I was often in emergency and took endone for the pain. This time they found moderate endo. I also had a d&c and tube testing. I saw a fs in sep who prescribed clomid and I'm now 8 weeks pregnant.
    My advice would be to get a second opinion if you are unsure whether to have it done but if the pain is unbearable each month, go for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maybee baybee View Post
    I have had 2 laps. One last year and one in July. I suffered debilitating painful periods where I was often in emergency and took endone for the pain. This time they found moderate endo. I also had a d&c and tube testing. I saw a fs in sep who prescribed clomid and I'm now 8 weeks pregnant.
    My advice would be to get a second opinion if you are unsure whether to have it done but if the pain is unbearable each month, go for it.
    That's reassuring, thank you. I have been putting it off because I was hoping to fall pregnant again easily but that isn't happening and now I'm thinking if I have to deal with periods, they may as well involve a lot less pain. I also worry about whether my tubes are ok so having them checked can help too. I think I'll plan to see him in December as planned. Hopefully we can still ttc and not miss a month if we can time it right.

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    Default TTC and not wanting to move #5

    Pinkorblue, I hope AF arrives soon, or you get your BFP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    it's next tuesday!

    Is J still here? I'm freaking out. I had a combantrin chocolate square as the boy i look after has worms. I didn't even think about it, and then afterwards googled and it's a class C drug. So I went and vomited most of it up. I have read that it's class C because it caused problems in pregnant rats but there haven't been any cases of deformations/spontaneous abortions related to the drug in it that are different to the normal population. So it's a Class C because there's not enough known about it.

    But oh my god I am such an idiot. I've been crying for the last hour.

    I know i don't even know if I'm UTD but if I am and I ruined it?
    Don't worry AT ALL. Even if you are pregnant, you don't yet even share a circulation with an embryo, so nothing will have been affected.
    Just relax, forget it happened.
    J xx.

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    Rainbow road, for the most part, the only way you can share stuff with a foetus is for whatever you take to cross the placenta... You don't yet have a placenta. No placenta = no sharing. You haven't done anything wrong. This is why women who have big nights out in the first month or 2 before they know they are pregnant don't have damaged babies. You and any prospective jelly bean will be perfectly fine

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    omg congrats lil smurfy!!! fantastic news- I knew your time would come soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    Don't worry AT ALL. Even if you are pregnant, you don't yet even share a circulation with an embryo, so nothing will have been affected.
    Just relax, forget it happened.
    J xx.
    Thank you, thank you!

    Feeling much better today. After all this panic I will probably not be preg anyway! But I am still crossing my fingers that I am!

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    I am happy this morning ff has put the lines in to say I ovulated yay


 

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