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    It's been different with the mc's I've had. Our first was at 19weeks, so I bled for 3 weeks and we weren't ttc after that so I wasn't tracking.

    Our second mc we were told to wait as it was a d&c - can't remember dates from start of bleeding to o now.

    This last one CD1 ended up being the day I passed the baby, but I didn't realise this until I did a count back from o, and then confirmed by AF.

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    Well perhaps I could set my testing date too......

    <3 angel baby 4/10/13 <3

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    8th november... thats saying monday was cd1. Which would be lenient. But its better to expect it later than earlier I guess.
    But ill try not to test anyway.
    Gee seems like a long time away does it...33 day cycles are poo!!

    <3 angel baby 4/10/13 <3

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReBeCcA7 View Post
    Ahahahaha yay for a chuckle. I have a confession...I may or may not have, on a particularly exhausting day, made DH go in a cup and use the May be Baby lube applicator to suck it up and er 'turkey baste it'. *blushing* shhhh
    This *actually* made me LOL very Lly indeed - hubby was quite interested. I told him he didn't want to know

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    Quote Originally Posted by beccaboobang View Post
    Hi ladies. I'm going to join you but don't know if I will ever get to test. I'm cd96 today..
    Have you tried Vitex/Chasteberry at all Becca? I'm far from any sort of expert, but have been doing a lot of reading on it, and apparently its really good for bringing on AF for those with very long cycles and keeping them more regular and nearer a 'more normal' length (if that makes any sense). Sorry if that isn't very helpful though, just hugs in that case

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewMrs View Post
    Well hello ladies.
    Im going to join you ladies. No idea when ill test though. I got my bfp in September but had a miscarriage over the week end at 5 weeks 1 day.
    Dh and are are keen to try as soon as sorry tmi the bleeding stops... I usually have a 33 day cycle but I have no idea because of thw miscarriage etc. Im gonna try and not be crazy and test all the time. In fact I dont have any tests at home and I wont buy any until I think I am utd.
    So sorry for you And sorry I can't say anything better than that

    IMHO I think you're going the right way with not buying the tests - I'm only on cycle 3, but can see the really not taking it too seriously (in terms of obsessively, like I have lol) and POAS every 5 mins is much better on mental health, if nothing else, and hopefully just taking a step back will help it happen

    everything happens quickly for you and its a sticky hugs

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTugs View Post
    Lol it's called "snapping the banjo string"
    And apparently it's one of the most painful things ur man bits are capable of going through.
    Oops XD
    Still not a patch on child birth I reckon though (if only based on length of time it goes on for!). I have no sympathy for men at all lol - they can pee standing up. Argument over :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoxCat View Post
    I have no sympathy for men at all lol - they can pee standing up. Argument over :P
    This is the reason we will always win the Woe Is Me argument. Couldn't be more agreeable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoxCat View Post
    Have you tried Vitex/Chasteberry at all Becca? I'm far from any sort of expert, but have been doing a lot of reading on it, and apparently its really good for bringing on AF for those with very long cycles and keeping them more regular and nearer a 'more normal' length (if that makes any sense). Sorry if that isn't very helpful though, just hugs in that case
    I have tried vitex and b6 but they did nothing except give me horrible migraines.

    I do have some provera left from 2011... But think I should just wait for my gynae appointment whenever that may be (I'm on a waiting list).

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    Have they given u an eta on how long the wait might be? :-(


 

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