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    Ahhhhhh hurry up AF I want to get my freak on!

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    Stupid long cycles. If AF shows up on Wednesday, my next testing date will most likely be 14 January (if o is cd21 again), although we'll be away (staying with family & friends) over Christmas, so BD-fest might have to go on hold for a week. O should be between 27 & 31 Dec (we get home on 28), so I'll actually be hoping o is late for once (although obviously hoping it will be reeeaaallly late - like after I've had a baby).

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    Question - my cycles can be from 27 to 33 days long which is really annoying. Dr said to BD between days 12 and 19, but then when should I test? as there can be a a long time between my shortest and longest cycle days, should I just wait until say day 30 and if no AF test then? First cycle TTC so a bit unsure. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearlygirl View Post
    Question - my cycles can be from 27 to 33 days long which is really annoying. Dr said to BD between days 12 and 19, but then when should I test? as there can be a a long time between my shortest and longest cycle days, should I just wait until say day 30 and if no AF test then? First cycle TTC so a bit unsure. Thanks
    You could o anywhere between cd12 & cd22 depending on your lp length, so I'd bd every 2nd day from cd11 - cd23. As for testing, I'd suggest cd28, then cd30 if it's a BFN on cd28, then (if still BFN) test again cd34.

    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funchu View Post
    Stupid long cycles. If AF shows up on Wednesday, my next testing date will most likely be 14 January (if o is cd21 again), although we'll be away (staying with family & friends) over Christmas, so BD-fest might have to go on hold for a week. O should be between 27 & 31 Dec (we get home on 28), so I'll actually be hoping o is late for once (although obviously hoping it will be reeeaaallly late - like after I've had a baby).

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    I hate long cycles but I guess we have the advantage if bding more. My af is due on Wednesday too

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    [QUOTE=Funchu;7581897]You could o anywhere between cd12 & cd22 depending on your lp length, so I'd bd every 2nd day from cd11 - cd23. As for testing, I'd suggest cd28, then cd30 if it's a BFN on cd28, then (if still BFN) test again cd34.

    Good luck!

    Great thanks heaps. Good luck to you too

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    Anyone using progesterone? Im going to use it once I start a fresh cycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topaztigerlilly View Post
    Yep but it's for intercycle bleeding. What are you thinking about using it for?
    Just after O to give my body a boost and taking any precautions I can as ive had two losses. I also have endo which was just removed and the progesterone csn help with it. It costs a bit though... $50.50 for a weeks supply. Ill have to be on it till 14 weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theoneandonlyem View Post
    Subbing. I'm squeezing one last cycle in for dec so hopefully I won't need to be part of this one, but what the helI.
    Im doing the same haha!

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    Well Af came this morning a 2days early but that could be because I had my op.

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