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    Not seen anyone about fertility as yet. We fell straight away with Skye, like literally the first cycle of TTC. We are only onto cycle 3 of trying so I don't think it's time for FS yet...


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    That's great. Fx you fall pg quickly. This time round too :-)

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    Hmmm dilemma - don't want a January bub, but currently having the most copious amounts of ewcm I've ever seen, with not doing anything special to encourage it! Do I

    a) stick to my original plan of taking a break or;

    b) jump DH like a mad woman when I get home from the hairdressers?

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    If it was me I'd jump him.... :-)


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    I agree with munchkin...b) go for it! Who knows how long TTC will take so make the most out of it and have some fun lovin!

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    Go B Arlias! You might come prem or go late missing January anyway.. I would just kill for any signs of ovulation now lol 9 months gone still waiting to ovulate I only need once to give me hope!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arlais View Post
    Hmmm dilemma - don't want a January bub, but currently having the most copious amounts of ewcm I've ever seen, with not doing anything special to encourage it! Do I

    a) stick to my original plan of taking a break or;

    b) jump DH like a mad woman when I get home from the hairdressers?
    Weigh up how much you just want a baby no matter what compared to how important it is to not be in jan xx

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    Jumped him

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arlais View Post
    Jumped him
    Woooohooooo ;-)

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    Hello ladies, just popped in to say hi and hope everyone is well. The break hasnt been as easy as I thought as now my cycles have gone crazy. They are between 26 and 39 days.

    Hope everyone gets thier BFP soon


 

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