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    What's the consensus? Bd every day or every second day around o time?

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    I am going to try for every second day after AF leaves. I don't know for sure when o starts for me - so just to make sure we don't miss it this month,
    I told hubby April will be a very busy month haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legeyt View Post
    So @headoverfeet and @Shrillian - you have both been given honorary medical degrees, right??!
    Oh, definitely! Bub Hub + FS visits = overload of information! *laughs*


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lolamc View Post
    What's the consensus? Bd every day or every second day around o time?
    I tend to believe what my FS and the nurses at the clinic told me - every second day. Given that the swimmers last anywhere up to 3-5 days inside you, you're almost guaranteed some when you O.

    My theory is I'd prefer the swimmers be the best they can be!


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    That's a bit of a relief as the everyday thing can put a lot of pressure on. We've bd'd every second day since cd8 so might just keep doing that this cycle. Will get referral to FS if nothing happens by may.

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    So 2x days of positive opks now. Today's was darker than yesterday so might try and convince DH to have an early night

    How did you go @malis? Did you POAS this arvo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lolamc View Post
    What's the consensus? Bd every day or every second day around o time?
    My gyno hates OPKs, and said "just BD every second day" - didn't get a chance to ask her why she hates OPKs unfortunately. So we have been BDing every second day since CD 10.
    @malis - tentative congrats!!

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    @gingercat it's good to hear that. My friends' FS said the same!

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    my Fs is okay with opks but doesn't seem to believe in charting just because it's a very finicky thing, like if you wake up during the night, wear different clothes, extra blankets it can give a inaccurate temp result.

    mine also said every second day but I start well try too....closer to o week no point because you get over it...but if you don't chart or keep track doing it every second day is the trick.

    Sent from my GT-I9505 using The Bub Hub mobile app

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    hi I think my original post got missed? I've been following along but just noticed that my name isn't on the roll call? Can I please be put on for the 26th (if i can wait that long haha)


 

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