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    Hi all that are left for June...

    I am on CD39... DPO 16. Period due today but no sign. BFN each morning for the last week. Guessing I am out for this month and will move onto July - but its not all over red rover just yet...

    Here is a little scream at long cycles! ARRRRGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHH

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    Hi loved already, hold on and see what happens, i have a long cycle as well - 35days, im 7 days late now and still getting bfn resilts, im gonna go back to my doc on sat to get retested as i have several symptoms. Are you showing any signs yet? How do you feel?

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    I'm 8DPO is it too early to start testing?

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    Wow - lots of tests, phases and emotions going on at the moment ladies.

    Wobbler - I hope your cycle starts to be clearer for you.

    Mum2b87 - depends on when implantation happened and how quickly your HCG rises. For most women 8dpo is too early unfortunately. But...if you are a POAS- a holic - go for it and get some practice in

    Loved Already - hope your cycle ends soon, preferably in the positive way.

    Good luck to those testing and waiting on bloods.

    Shadow - you poor thing. It's horrible when they take the 'norm' and apply it to every situation. I've only ever known one other person who has had this sort of milk production too, they were given such horrible advice from the association too and made them feel like a failure as a mum. Yes - if I did nothing, sat/slept all day, drank, took meds - total of 100mLs a day - at least they were getting something. Just keep in mind though when you have your next cherub to be kind to yourself, by all means try to get the milk up, but there is a point where things need to get done and kids need to be looked after and we can't try and preserve and build milk all day long. I think I was able to BF less with each child. But - lol (TMI) I still have colustrum - What the???

    Here is 5dpo and hoping a bub is starting to get snug soon. Had the clinic call while I was out today and had to wait to call them back - don't think I've prayed so much for a while. It was fantastic news in the end - I ovulated

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mum2b87 View Post
    I'm 8DPO is it too early to start testing?
    You're most likely to get a negative, but can't hurt! This website is really cool: http://www.countdowntopregnancy.com/...hart.php?dpo=8

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    I am bad, I started testing every day from 6dpo so it would just be a morning ritual! I didn't get a super faint positive until 10dpo.

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    Thanks ladies ill wait til Friday and then reassess then

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    Thankyou all for kind words of support, will just see how i go and hope to O or go to AF next week or a random BFP. I do hope there are alot of you that get a BFP

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    I am about 8 or 9dpo, have to test tomorrow morning as I need to possible go on antibiotics not suitable for pregnancy. I doubt I am pregnant, although I have been a bit forgetful today which was an early sign with my last pregnancy. Pretty sure I will be moving on to July though.

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    wobbler- you said that your opk are positive... but your fertility monitor isnt??! Just a thought, have you done a preg test? Opk can detect pregnancy...

    hope it all figures itself out soon xx


 

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