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    Quote Originally Posted by phee83 View Post
    I hear you star! I used to symptom spot like crazy until one month when no matter how I tried I could not find any symptoms (other than feeling utterly exhausted!) and that was the month we were preggers (but miscarried). For the 18 months since I haven't noticed a single symptom until 2 days ago... I swear I've been mildly nauseous the last few mornings, and was feeling a bit faint at work today. Plus I'm totally exhausted! If only my body hadn't played tricks on me so many times in the past I could entertain the idea of it actually being real symptoms! So annoying!


    Me - 30, Dh - 38 ttc #1 since June 2011
    natural bfn June 2012 - mc 5.5 weeks; 4 cycles clomid; 1 unsuccessful ivf.
    I never ever symptom spot! Usually I enter a cycle knowing its going to fail and it always does and I never have any symptoms leading up to AF. This cycle however Ive been feeling so many different things its crazy. Itll probably end up being nothing anyway haha!

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    Yep every time I notice a symptom I come up with a non baby explanation I.e. feeling a bit nauseous this morning? Probably the milk at breakfast. Feeling a bit nauseous this evening? Probably the cheeseburger I sneaked on the drive home! After 2.5 years ttc those things are much more likely explanations than being pregnant!

    Me - 30, Dh - 38 ttc #1 since June 2011
    natural bfn June 2012 - mc 5.5 weeks; 4 cycles clomid; 1 unsuccessful ivf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeyMissA View Post
    Funchu - hopefully the ultimatum of IVF on the horizon your body does what it is meant to and gives you your BFP.


    AF today for me too, but I knew it was on the way after by blood test BFN on Monday. Was totally confused with starting IVF so I phoned center today to ask if I would have one last month of trying naturally or straight onto IVF down reg this month, they said I'd be starting this month . Based on my calcs it will mean collection and transfer early April. More waiting, but hopefully it will be for a positive outcome this time.
    That's exciting that collection & transfer for you will be April I'm booked for May so any tips on what to expect would be appreciated I hope you get your positive outcome though

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    Morning lovely ladies,

    I just wanted to say I'm still following along and being a cheerleader for all of you!!

    Baby dust!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by phee83 View Post
    Yep every time I notice a symptom I come up with a non baby explanation I.e. feeling a bit nauseous this morning? Probably the milk at breakfast. Feeling a bit nauseous this evening? Probably the cheeseburger I sneaked on the drive home! After 2.5 years ttc those things are much more likely explanations than being pregnant!

    Me - 30, Dh - 38 ttc #1 since June 2011
    natural bfn June 2012 - mc 5.5 weeks; 4 cycles clomid; 1 unsuccessful ivf.
    Haha yes!! That's exactly what I'm like! Stupid long term ttc never allowing us to be excited!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shelby27 View Post
    Morning lovely ladies,

    I just wanted to say I'm still following along and being a cheerleader for all of you!!

    Baby dust!!!!!
    Thanks Shelby, how are you going?? How far are you along now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky27 View Post
    Thanks Shelby, how are you going?? How far are you along now?
    31 weeks currently can't wait to meet him😊.

    Don't give up ladies, after LTTC miscarriages and a d&c it can happen for me it can happen for you. 👍

    Baby dust!!!!

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    Wow Shelby, I can't believe you're 31 weeks already, that's great !! Not long now until you get to meet him, how exciting. Thanks for the words of encouragement. It is nice to read positive stories from ladies who have been through the same things. It can get very easy to feel that it never happens, so it's nice to see a good outcome from someone who has been through a lot to get their little one

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    Dropping by to wish Del loads of luck today! Hoping for a speedy recovery for you xx

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    Good Luck for your lap today Del

    Congrats on your preganancy progress Shelby! not too long now

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