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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    Thanks Funchu! What gets me is that she is quite happy to throw that idea around, but not the possibility that my prog. levels may not be holding up post BFP. Particularly when I have all the hallmarks of low prog./estrogen dominance normally. I'm a bit confuzzled why my levels were the same on clomid as they were off - any ideas ladies? Both the clinic nurse and my doctor couldn't answer/avoided answering this question.
    Sorry, I don't know anything about Clomid. On another note... I've never met anyone else who says "confuzzled". I thought I made it up!

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    Hehe confuzzled! Love it !!! Can I borrow??!! ;-)
    I'm struggling with opks and holding my pee for 4 hours! I usually forget and then realise! Last cycle I just used FMU so was easy...but trying to do 2.30pm pee and holding from 10.30am is tough going!

    Maybe I just drink too much... Ooh I did have a couple small glasses of wine last night... Delicious! Moderation is key! Helps me relax too so that's gotta be a good thing when TTC :-)

    Good luck whoever else is BDing or in TwW!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trio View Post
    Wobbler a chocolate festival sounds delicious!
    only noticed it on Facebook by the lady who made all the macaroons for our wedding and they were awesome so hope there are some there might even have a wine or 2 with lunch the weather is perfect. We had a fight out a breakfast last week when it was raining as i didnt want to go in the rain. Nice to have a good weekend for a change with less stress and no fights sure when house is started and there is a baby on the way there will be less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bebedayz View Post
    Hehe confuzzled! Love it !!! Can I borrow??!! ;-)
    I'm struggling with opks and holding my pee for 4 hours! I usually forget and then realise! Last cycle I just used FMU so was easy...but trying to do 2.30pm pee and holding from 10.30am is tough going!

    Maybe I just drink too much... Ooh I did have a couple small glasses of wine last night... Delicious! Moderation is key! Helps me relax too so that's gotta be a good thing when TTC :-)

    Good luck whoever else is BDing or in TwW!!
    I don't think you need to hold your pee for 4 hours prior to doing OPK.
    Mine recommend not drinking anything/limiting fluid intake about 2-2.5 hours before doing to test. 4 hours is a bit extreme, I'd be feeling pretty gross if I didn't drink for a period of 4 hours

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calstar View Post
    I don't think you need to hold your pee for 4 hours prior to doing OPK.
    Mine recommend not drinking anything/limiting fluid intake about 2-2.5 hours before doing to test. 4 hours is a bit extreme, I'd be feeling pretty gross if I didn't drink for a period of 4 hours
    Yeh its only for the digital opks you need to hold for 4 hours and not drink anything for 5ish. Normal opks need a hold of 3 hours with drinking within that time.

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    mmm chocolate was good feel a lil sick now lol even had a few tastes of wine. Was $5 a glass or free to taste DH and I each had about 2 glasses worth of tastes lol.

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    Wobbler that sounds so good. I'm already missing Newcastle and the Hunter region. It is my home away from home.

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    Watching the business of being born. It's pretty interesting. Makes me feel lucky to be in Australia.

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    I've never seen that program Becca, betting it's on Foxtel or similar? I always miss out on the good stuff with just free to air. Wobbler, choc and wine sounds perfect, and the weather is SOOO much better than last weekend! About to enter into serious baby dancing territory - tried to get a bit of afternoon delight while DD was down but DH not really feeling like it (he can't stop thinking about real estate!) so will have to put on something racy and hope to get some in between dinner and the F1 tonight Wish me luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JessyJ View Post
    I've never seen that program Becca, betting it's on Foxtel or similar? I always miss out on the good stuff with just free to air. Wobbler, choc and wine sounds perfect, and the weather is SOOO much better than last weekend! About to enter into serious baby dancing territory - tried to get a bit of afternoon delight while DD was down but DH not really feeling like it (he can't stop thinking about real estate!) so will have to put on something racy and hope to get some in between dinner and the F1 tonight Wish me luck!
    Good luck Jessy!!!!

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