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    Oh & I will add he BF every 2 hours during the day & 3-4 times overnight.

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    My dd is 2. Up until I got pregnant she was feeding every 1-2 hours day and night (total boob monster!!! She just wouldn't leave me alone. Haha)

    It is most certainly possible. Also I tried a ttc herbal tea and it regulated things for me (luteal phase was 8 days) and I fell pregnant the month after I started the tea. I can send you a link to the site if you are interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MayoBean View Post
    My dd is 2. Up until I got pregnant she was feeding every 1-2 hours day and night (total boob monster!!! She just wouldn't leave me alone. Haha)

    It is most certainly possible. Also I tried a ttc herbal tea and it regulated things for me (luteal phase was 8 days) and I fell pregnant the month after I started the tea. I can send you a link to the site if you are interested.
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    With both of my pregnancies, I fell pregnant the month I started taking multivitamins. Likely to be a total coincidence but maybe also worth a try?

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    The link is below. It is some seriously yummy tea (I dont like very many teas so was pleasantly surprised that this one was yum) Although if you do get it dont put it in a big tea cup put it in a small one otherwise it will taste watery.

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    Just coz I haven't been on here in ages and we all LOVE an 'is it or isn't it?'. Thoughts? IRL I would describe it as the start of a BFP.

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    Do wee in a container tomorrow and leave FRER in there a little longer...I want to see a sticky bfp for you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    Do wee in a container tomorrow and leave FRER in there a little longer...I want to see a sticky bfp for you!
    So do I LT! But also we only DTD that once and I'll be kinda mad at myself. I just know it's going to be a BFP, I just have a feeling. I'm holding on to pee as we speak and am doing one when I get home but I thought what the heck, I'll chuck up yesterday's

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    It does look like the start of a bfp good luck @Chillies

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chillies View Post
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    Just coz I haven't been on here in ages and we all LOVE an 'is it or isn't it?'. Thoughts? IRL I would describe it as the start of a BFP.
    Looks early positive to me too!! Why would you be mad at yourself???


 

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