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    Jessy, Pink Pad app has O day on the 4tht of July! So really it's not heaps longer. Phew.. I'm itching to make a bubba. Yep heading to the Gold Coast! Just waiting for Jetstar to fix up my flights so I can book some accommodation. Grace sounds like a cutie. Even with the squealing. Hehe.

    Trio, what cd are you up to? My first cycle I got a positive opk on cd17 and the last cycle was cd21! Eep. Love the name Xavier by the way. Have you heard of a musician named Xavier Rudd? That's where I first heard that name. I hope you can get your little Xavier to bed by himself soon so you can stay in your DH's bed. :O
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    Hi Ladies - fairly new here but hoping for some advice.
    Quick background is I fell pregnant naturally July 2012 after ttc for a year. Miscarried at 7 weeks and haven't been able to get pregnant since.
    I've been put on Clomid and am on my second round at 50mg. First round CD21 progesterone was greater than 190 and round 2 has come back at 100.
    I had af type cramping on CD19 - 21 with a smear of dark brown blood on CD19 also. I'm currently at CD26 and did a first response hpt which came back with a BFN.
    Am I still in with a chance????

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    Quote Originally Posted by miss v View Post
    Hi Ladies - fairly new here but hoping for some advice.
    Quick background is I fell pregnant naturally July 2012 after ttc for a year. Miscarried at 7 weeks and haven't been able to get pregnant since.
    I've been put on Clomid and am on my second round at 50mg. First round CD21 progesterone was greater than 190 and round 2 has come back at 100.
    I had af type cramping on CD19 - 21 with a smear of dark brown blood on CD19 also. I'm currently at CD26 and did a first response hpt which came back with a BFN.
    Am I still in with a chance????
    Yes, you still have a chance. Do you know when you ovulated? Or how long your cycle usually is?

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    Welcome Miss V. My first thought is that it might be implantation spotting depending on when you ovulated. Do you use OPK's?

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    Hi BlotchedTabby
    Not really sure when I ovulated as I've not been monitoring. Just went with docs advice to do the bd from CD10 - 16. Last cycle was 30 days on the dot bit my non medicated cycles were all over the shop (ranging from 32 - 38days) and I was not ovulating each month, hence the clomid. Prior to clomid I was monitoring ovulation with fertility monitor as temp & cm gave no clues whatsoever. Other than that I'm 34 in good health and DH semen analysis came back all good. The miscarriage was our first pregnancy and hit hard - both of us starting to really feel the disappointment each month. Was hoping this would be the one.
    Sorry for the essay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miss v View Post
    Hi BlotchedTabby
    Not really sure when I ovulated as I've not been monitoring. Just went with docs advice to do the bd from CD10 - 16. Last cycle was 30 days on the dot bit my non medicated cycles were all over the shop (ranging from 32 - 38days) and I was not ovulating each month, hence the clomid. Prior to clomid I was monitoring ovulation with fertility monitor as temp & cm gave no clues whatsoever. Other than that I'm 34 in good health and DH semen analysis came back all good. The miscarriage was our first pregnancy and hit hard - both of us starting to really feel the disappointment each month. Was hoping this would be the one.
    Sorry for the essay.
    Fx for you. You definitely have a good chance. Assuming your luteal phase is about 14 days and cycle length 30 days, you probably O around cd 16 and a test most likely wouldn't be positive until cd28, possibly not until cd 30 and if af hasn't turned up by then some people wouldn't get a positive until about cd31-32. Plenty of time of a bub to get nice and cosy in the next week.

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    good luck miss V... it sounds like you could still be in with a chance. Theres always a glimmer of hope until AF arrives

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    Thanks guys - I really appreciate your advice : )
    I will keep my fingers crossed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trio View Post
    Thanks Jessy, Xav is 20months and I am very ready for him to wean! He is not the biggest drinker of cows milk, I give him a sippy cup every morning but he only drinks a little. He likes milk the best when he has a straw and can blow bubbles in it. Not the best wind down to bed. If he is still awake after a boob, we go to bed together and he eventually goes to sleep.
    How do you get grace to stay in her bed by herself? I now Xav would be out if a flash before we have even left the room. My plan is to boob at night but not to sleep, then go and lay in the bed with him till he is asleep. Then when he is good at falling asleep drop the boob. Then slowly get him used to going to bed without me. Now I just have to get motivated to start! I like boobing to sleep because it is usually fast and I can sneak into Dh's room before he is asleep.

    Hi mumma K
    That sounds like a good plan trio, just give it time, and hold your hubby's hand and stay strong. My dh had to hold me back from getting up to Grace the other night, but he was right and she settled within minutes, just sounded bad!

    Grace is still in a cot with ALL FOUR SIDES!!! I'm not brave enough to take the sides off yet cos she would definately run wild! Have you got a cot you could try him in?

    Welcome miss v, sounds like you could still be in with a chance, fingers crossed. Like nomie suggested, maybe try opks next cycle, you could be ovulating cd16, 17, 18 even?

    Nomie, hope jetstar get their act together asap, the Gold Coast will be great!

    What's on this weekend ladies? Not much here, gym I hope, might pop up to the mountains Sunday night and see my mum and dh is off to Denmark on Sunday for work, lucky thing! The furthest I go for work is to the fire engine on the street - kindy excursions are too hard to organise these days

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    Weekend for me...visiting a friend tomorrow morning, cleaning the house in the arvo... And Sunday is our first wedding anniversary so we'll hang out or go to cinema and a meal out or something...

    Wobbler - have an amazing day tomorrow at your wedding! I hope it's everything you dreamed of!!!


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