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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTugs View Post
    Actually I think for girl u want to DTD a few days before, and not on O. O DTD is to swing for boy, as female sperm lives longer than male, but is slower.
    Oh yeah lol that's what I meant.
    I've got the book on it all lol


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    My plan.
    Do it every time the kids are not awake to interrupt lol.

    Although the other day we got a sneaky Quicky in whilst DS1 was outside playing with the puppy hahahaha
    Parents of the year right here!!


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    Haha lex I love it!!! First one is easier in that regard huh! All we have to do is put the kittens out lol. The other day we were smack bang in the middle of the deed, and the bedroom door was open. Next thing u know my foot (which is moving rhythmically) attracts a stray paw and I'm getting attacked 8-/
    Didn't stop DH from finishing his bit LOL

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    Thanks for the welcome!
    I don't plan on changing my diet until I have confirmed that I'm up the duff. I don't drink much anyways so cutting out alcohol is a non issue. I do drink 2 cups of coffee a day and won't be cutting that out, as I won't be able to function. We tend to eat ok. Have a Thermomix also but don't use it as much as we should.

    Is there anyone else in this thread that has Polysistic Ovarian Syndrome? I was diagnosed at 19 and have been on the pill ever since. I had testing done again about 5 years ago and I still have it. I was tested for insulin resistance and my levels were good however, specialist put me on diaformin. I came off them after about 5 months as I had weight coming off me. I am naturally tall and skinny - the weight loss wasn't good.

    I know a number of people with Polysistic who have fallen pregnant naturally and quickly so I'm not too worried yet.

    Thanks for listening!

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    Dom perignon I was diagnosed with polycysistic ovaries but it didn't stop me conceiving. I never showed any of the symptoms and it was only discovered after a bout of appendicitis. The one thing that they did find was that I wasn't ovulating but I took clomid and that seemed to kick start everything.

    We are trying to sway for a boy this time, naturally wed be happy with anything healthy but I had a son stillborn a few years ago so it would be amazing to have a little boy again. We are planning to DTD on ovulation so for the next three months in charting my cycle so I can pinpoint when ovulation occurs. I'm also following a diet which they say makes your body more alkaline Which favors boys. That's the part I find hard coz I eat heaps of protein and I have to eliminate it from my meals!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DomPerignon View Post
    Thanks for the welcome!
    I don't plan on changing my diet until I have confirmed that I'm up the duff. I don't drink much anyways so cutting out alcohol is a non issue. I do drink 2 cups of coffee a day and won't be cutting that out, as I won't be able to function. We tend to eat ok. Have a Thermomix also but don't use it as much as we should.

    Is there anyone else in this thread that has Polysistic Ovarian Syndrome? I was diagnosed at 19 and have been on the pill ever since. I had testing done again about 5 years ago and I still have it. I was tested for insulin resistance and my levels were good however, specialist put me on diaformin. I came off them after about 5 months as I had weight coming off me. I am naturally tall and skinny - the weight loss wasn't good.

    I know a number of people with Polysistic who have fallen pregnant naturally and quickly so I'm not too worried yet.

    Thanks for listening!
    Not me Dom. My MIL and two SILS have POCS. My MILA fell pregnant 3 times, my oldest SIL used IVF and my other SIL fell naturally (sort of, I think she was having fertility treatment) but it took a year.
    Hopefully it happens quickly for you
    How old are you? If you don't mind me asking

    I too LOVE my coffee! As long as your not going crazy with it (6 cups a day) it's ok.

    You'll love your thermie when you have a baby, so easy for baby food!!


    Wishing my period would return!!!!!! So I know what's going on with my cycle, can't really do much if I'm not ovulating!!!

    Little mummy update here - my DS2 just got his second tooth, so freaking cute!!! Little toothy peg smile



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    Quote Originally Posted by diamondbub View Post
    Dom perignon I was diagnosed with polycysistic ovaries but it didn't stop me conceiving. I never showed any of the symptoms and it was only discovered after a bout of appendicitis. The one thing that they did find was that I wasn't ovulating but I took clomid and that seemed to kick start everything.

    We are trying to sway for a boy this time, naturally wed be happy with anything healthy but I had a son stillborn a few years ago so it would be amazing to have a little boy again. We are planning to DTD on ovulation so for the next three months in charting my cycle so I can pinpoint when ovulation occurs. I'm also following a diet which they say makes your body more alkaline Which favors boys. That's the part I find hard coz I eat heaps of protein and I have to eliminate it from my meals!
    How about if I have another boy and you have a girl. We could just swap lol
    i make cute ones lolImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1380065730.912197.jpg


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    Lol lex good sales pitch there, he sure is adorable!! I'm a little concerned about the "1 sex only" thing.... Reaaaally want a boy AND a girl (well duh who doesn't) but almost every grouping in both mine and DHs family has been all one sex. I'm 1 of 2 girls, DH is 1 of 3 boys, his Aunty had 3 girls, his mum is 1 of 4 girls, my mum is 1 of 4 girls.... The list goes on and on. Worries me that genes will kick in and work against us there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTugs View Post
    Lol lex good sales pitch there, he sure is adorable!! I'm a little concerned about the "1 sex only" thing.... Reaaaally want a boy AND a girl (well duh who doesn't) but almost every grouping in both mine and DHs family has been all one sex. I'm 1 of 2 girls, DH is 1 of 3 boys, his Aunty had 3 girls, his mum is 1 of 4 girls, my mum is 1 of 4 girls.... The list goes on and on. Worries me that genes will kick in and work against us there.
    I use to think that before I had my boys but I absolutely love that I have two boys. I love that they are brothers and will grow up together and hopefully have a close bond.
    Obviously I would LOVE a girl this time but at the end of the day, I'd rather another healthy boy than a sick little girl or no baby at all.
    My SIL (my brothers wife) had two girls, then fell pregnant with a boy. They had to terminate at 20w because he was very sick and had no chance if surviving past 38w. It was so sad (since that they had a healthy boy) but since then It just confirms how lucky I am to have two healthy boys


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    Plus I'm my husbands favourite girl still
    I don't want to share that hahaha


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