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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrillian View Post
    I lost 22kg about 8 years ago. Gained back around 6kgs as I was told I'd lost too much by everyone I knew.

    Kept the rest of the weight off successfully, but after we got married (we didn't live together prior), I have managed to gain around 15kgs over the past 3 years!!!

    Really want to shift this extra bulk and get back to my pre-wedding weight. I've managed to lose around 5-6 kilos since December, but have sort of plateaued and don't seem to be losing anymore.

    Admittedly, I've been a bit slack over the last couple of weeks. Just need to buckle down and focus on losing the rest of it. I really hope I can do it again. Just can't seem to get myself into the same motivational mind set I had last time! Grumble!
    That's an amazing achievement. I need to lose 20kg ideally but I would be stoked with about 15kg I think. I almost hope I fall preg before then though.... Would much rather be baby fat than skinny and still ttc in 12 months lol.

    I put on 10kg when I moved in with DH when we were younger. I gradually put it on over the years too. The 3 months before wedding I lost 7kg and was almost at risk of not fitting my dress!!
    Since wedding I've put on about 15kg !!!! In just one year!!!!! Do working hard to get those 15 off and back to where I was, before bub. The rest I will tackle after had bub when I have baby weight to move as well.

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    surge is starting so hopefully O day is sooner than CD18. Life would be much easier if my cycles were consistent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lottiemum View Post
    I think i'm out. Started spotting today and it hasn't stopped. If it is AF this would be the shortest cycle i have ever had :/
    What cd are you?

    "...dreaming of a belly full of life..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funchu View Post
    What cd are you?

    "...dreaming of a belly full of life..."
    CD 20 which is why i'm confused If it is AF it is a very short cycle that i've never had before. The shortest cycle i've had was 25 days and the longest was 36 days. I'm 8DPO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strega View Post

    (/'^')/ \('~'\) \('o')/ - need a cheer squad to get me through this TTC journey!
    Love your new signature!!! Ha ha ha!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lottiemum View Post
    CD 20 which is why i'm confused If it is AF it is a very short cycle that i've never had before. The shortest cycle i've had was 25 days and the longest was 36 days. I'm 8DPO.
    you can't be certain you are even 8dpo because your chart won't be correct. just wait and see if it start like af but if you spot for a few days it could be hormonal or pregnancy.

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    I was exactly the same. Completely exhausted and over it. Broke down multiple times (more then just the usual AF arriving tears too). I had a break from Bubhub when I hit a year in November. And then we saw an FS. I had to have a month off over Christmas because of my surgery, which to be honest I needed, and I couldn't bring myself to take a break on my own so it was good to not have the choice. I even banned myself from reading baby things online or any of my baby books. I'm in a much better mindset now and trying to focus on other things too. I've started swimming again and absolutely loving it. I have an amazing DH and we have a house and good jobs so just saving (in case we need to go down the IVF road) and trying to focus on things that make us happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiffanyandco View Post
    you can't be certain you are even 8dpo because your chart won't be correct. just wait and see if it start like af but if you spot for a few days it could be hormonal or pregnancy.

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    I say 8dpo going by cm and opks but you are right. It seems to have stopped now anyway so i could be just worried over nothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by JessiW View Post
    I was exactly the same. Completely exhausted and over it. Broke down multiple times (more then just the usual AF arriving tears too). I had a break from Bubhub when I hit a year in November. And then we saw an FS. I had to have a month off over Christmas because of my surgery, which to be honest I needed, and I couldn't bring myself to take a break on my own so it was good to not have the choice. I even banned myself from reading baby things online or any of my baby books. I'm in a much better mindset now and trying to focus on other things too. I've started swimming again and absolutely loving it. I have an amazing DH and we have a house and good jobs so just saving (in case we need to go down the IVF road) and trying to focus on things that make us happy.
    *hug*

    It's tough having that feeling of when it's your main focus for such a long time... yet you never seem to be progressing.

    I'm starting to put money aside for IVF as well, in case that's the path we need to head down as well.

    Good luck with your journey and hope we all get our BFPs before having to head down that path!

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