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    Yay Munchkin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Congrats!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Lets hope its contagious and a few other ladies in here catch BFPs

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    So I was thinking about trying soy isoflavones next cycle what do you all think? It's meant to work in a similar way to Clomid so I thought I'd giving it a go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pigeonpairplusone View Post
    So I was thinking about trying soy isoflavones next cycle what do you all think? It's meant to work in a similar way to Clomid so I thought I'd giving it a go.
    I have never heard of it. Is it meant to be a natural solution like vitex?

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    Hi ladies,

    I got my blood test results today. My hcg is 233 which is a great level for my dpo.

    I am 4+2 and have an edd of 22nd march.

    My first scan is booked for 12th August and my first midwife / ob appointment is 30th August.

    They have confirmed that i will be high risk due to my bicornuate uterus so atm we are taking it all one step at a time.

    I am sending my baby dust to you all. I hope you don't mind if i pop in to see how you are all going.

    You have all been an amazing support and i hope that every single one of you get your much deserved bfp.

    This is my fmu test this morning. I so hope this one is our sticky. 1373969708214.jpg

    I also made my very first baby purchase. 1373969740870.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by munchkin275 View Post
    Hi ladies,

    I got my blood test results today. My hcg is 233 which is a great level for my dpo.

    I am 4+2 and have an edd of 22nd march.

    My first scan is booked for 12th August and my first midwife / ob appointment is 30th August.

    They have confirmed that i will be high risk due to my bicornuate uterus so atm we are taking it all one step at a time.

    I am sending my baby dust to you all. I hope you don't mind if i pop in to see how you are all going.

    You have all been an amazing support and i hope that every single one of you get your much deserved bfp.

    This is my fmu test this morning. I so hope this one is our sticky. Attachment 39370

    I also made my very first baby purchase. Attachment 39371
    So my injections may be making me a little hormonal. But I just got teary reading this. I'm so happy for you munch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by munchkin275 View Post
    Hi ladies,

    I got my blood test results today. My hcg is 233 which is a great level for my dpo.

    I am 4+2 and have an edd of 22nd march.

    My first scan is booked for 12th August and my first midwife / ob appointment is 30th August.

    They have confirmed that i will be high risk due to my bicornuate uterus so atm we are taking it all one step at a time.

    I am sending my baby dust to you all. I hope you don't mind if i pop in to see how you are all going.

    You have all been an amazing support and i hope that every single one of you get your much deserved bfp.

    This is my fmu test this morning. I so hope this one is our sticky. Attachment 39370

    I also made my very first baby purchase. Attachment 39371
    So happy for you you deserve it Please keep popping in I would love to hear your updates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tormy View Post
    munchkin - thats a great hcg level hun !!!! fx you have an uneventful 9 months coming up. and i hope you do still come and visit us

    pigeonpair - i've never heard of that either. so does it help you ovulate??

    afm - i had my acupuncture today and it was sooo relaxing! ive been eating really well aswell - yay for me . i'm soo excited that 2 (1 on here and 1 on fb) of my LTTC gals have gotten bfps in the past 2 days! i'm really hoping that more of us LTTC'rs get bfps real soon!

    btw i reckon theres nearly enough graduates of LTTC to start a little bh thread thing
    Yes it's apparently known as the natural clomid & you take it the same way eg cd 2-6 or 3-7. There is a thread on conception issues on BH. I do O but figure it can't hurt to increase my chances.

    Glad you are feeling good & acupuncture is relaxing you.

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    Oh how lovely Munch <3 love the baby outfit. I bet it feels real now

    I'm doing well. Started my uni course this week and it's sensory overload and the workload is unbelievable still.... with the gym and uni it's keeping my mind off things. 7DPO today and I've hardly thought of ttc, which is big for me!

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    I'm really going to try

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    Quote Originally Posted by tormy View Post
    So I spoke to my sister tonight (she doesn't know we've been ttc for ages) and she grilled me about not having another kid yet - and said that we had to have one, cos ds needs a sibling . Luckily I was in a good mood and told her that we'll see what happens - and that we like our lifestyle and how comfortable we are atm and we don't want to change that :/ . I swear that when I do get utd I won't be telling any of my family until the kids born just to **** them off for asking rude inappropriate questions for yrs about my personal life lol (btw I'm obviously not close to my family whatsoever lol).
    Sorry to hear that! You are so strong hugs!!!


 

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