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    Jorjarenee - I have had so many hair disasters (never had someone rip my ear to pieces though, ouch, you poor thing!), and I am way too nice and shy to speak up! As a result I haven't been to a hair dresser in over 2 years, maybe 3. Cut and dye my hair myself because I know what looks good! Although I have been thinking if going to a hair dresser just to feel a little pampered and for a bit of "me time"

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadeWithLove View Post
    Fx for a darker line. But ur last line was pretty convincing too!
    I agree!
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    good luck! hope you get a BFP! try not to stress.. I'm underweight too (good genetics, I could eat McDonalds for breakfast, KFC for lunch, and hungry jacks for tea for a week and not see a single kilo!!) thank god my periods have always been on time

    have any of you girls heard of O'ing earlier?
    oh I feel for you two, not being able to put on weight, the amount of *****y girls that would hate you for it like its your fault! Have found people are sizest in both directions! Me I am quite firmly in the curvy/cuddly category (size 14) but do admire those girls who can wear those shorter shorts and stuff. ahhh wouldn't call it envy, I just sometimes would love to have it but can appreciate it on others.

    As for O'ing early, I can ovulate between cd8-13, but usually around cd13. I found with DS it was a full moon and I firmly believe I o'd and conceived around CD8.

    As for the Michelle thing, definitely put it in writing, your friend should be worried about his business, he may socialise with Michelle outside of work but it will possibly just be as acquaintances. And if he doesn't take it seriously then he deserves to lose business. It sounds like an awful experience. Was there noone else in the salon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by misscheviuz View Post
    As a result I haven't been to a hair dresser in over 2 years, maybe 3. Cut and dye my hair myself because I know what looks good! Although I have been thinking if going to a hair dresser just to feel a little pampered and for a bit of "me time"

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    Ha I do home stuff too as I am a trained nail tech, wax tech and makeup artist. But for the first time in years I went to a friends nail salon and omg it was so nice to get the claws done by someone else. I just haven't been getting round to it. I am booked in next week to get them to wax me too for my holiday as can't see me breaking out the wax to do it either! Hopefully by then af has been and gone though.

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    Ouch that story is horrific!! I would not have paid the $140 n that's for sure!!

    AFM-ughhhh woke up with the dreaded feeling of AF, I'm 99% sure she's coming today-a day early

    I got a FRER n tested-not a second line in sight so my patience didn't pay off at all. I'm not sure what to do-I have just been told I'm goin to America for work in May next year n I dunno whether I can handle being preg overseas for a month without DP but I don't wanna let these cycles go to waste but then i think its clear I can't get preg so easy so I wouldn't be wasting anything n maybe I should go back on BC to save my sanity n my self worth!

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    oh no CHillies! Was it FMU? Did you have a very full bladder? Before you write it off I would do another one.

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    Hey girls I wanted to ask a quick question about FF. My cover line has changed to a dotted cover line which happend last cycle aswel and I fell pregnant with that cycle. Now I'm wondering if I oed when I have that HUGE temp spike it was like 37.77 or something crazy. I'm ment to be 12 dpo today but I I oed on the day I think I might have due to that huge spike that means Im 9dpo...ahhh and o thought my chart was okay lol any ideas. Still having cramps and af not due till Saturday according to ff.

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    Default Delightful December 2012 testing thread!

    Why do I have a dotted line on my chart?

    The dotted lines on your chart for the coverline and ovulation detection mean that there is something about your data that puts your ovulation date in question. Usually this is because one or more of your non-temperature fertility signs do not confirm the ovulation date that your temperature would suggest. This may not mean anything significant for you, especially if your thermal shift is clear. Sometimes your fertility signs just do not all match up to show a perfectly correlated picture. In most cases, the detection is still quite reliable, but it means that you have to keep looking at your chart and your fertility signs and have intercourse if you see any signs of increased fertility.

    When the lines are dotted and the thermal shift is not clear or dramatic, it is especially important to keep having intercourse since it is possible that you are still waiting for ovulation. If a more likely ovulation date becomes apparent later, the software will usually adjust the detection automatically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plan2bamummy View Post
    Why do I have a dotted line on my chart?

    The dotted lines on your chart for the coverline and ovulation detection mean that there is something about your data that puts your ovulation date in question. Usually this is because one or more of your non-temperature fertility signs do not confirm the ovulation date that your temperature would suggest. This may not mean anything significant for you, especially if your thermal shift is clear. Sometimes your fertility signs just do not all match up to show a perfectly correlated picture. In most cases, the detection is still quite reliable, but it means that you have to keep looking at your chart and your fertility signs and have intercourse if you see any signs of increased fertility.

    When the lines are dotted and the thermal shift is not clear or dramatic, it is especially important to keep having intercourse since it is possible that you are still waiting for ovulation. If a more likely ovulation date becomes apparent later, the software will usually adjust the detection automatically.
    Hey. Thanks I just read that and ended up modifying my post. I'm confused now if I oed even later that CD 25 this is my chart atm sorry it's so tiny I'm not on my iPad

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    OMG OMG I can't believe it. Yay!!!

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