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    Sorry Jussi I must have missed you. You're in now xx

    If you bd every second day it would be impossible to mis-time it. I think every day is over-kill unless it's your natural preference as a couple regardless of ttc.

    We have issues with DHs swimmers so every 4-5 days is what we should be doing (even though it's unlikely we will fall naturally anyway)

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    Did an OPK before heading out for dinner tonight. Didn't look at it properly in time, but as the stick was working its magic, I noticed that the test line was already looking darker than the control line (after 30 secs).

    First time I've had a strong line after a full day! Maybe this means I'm *actually* ovulating! Huzzah!

    I'll check the stick tonight when I get home to confirm!

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    Fx shrillian!!!

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    Yep! That's a positive. Here's hoping a long surge detection means I actually ovulated naturally!! Woohoo!

    (I'm definitely an optimist! )


    Me = 34, DH = 34
    TTC #1 for 2 years. OI: Sept '13: BFP (chem), Oct '13: BFN, Dec '13: BFN

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    Unsuccessful month for me BFN today
    My fs informed me yesterday no ovulation occurred.
    I just had a month of constant abdo pain and hot flushes for nothing.
    The clomid dose is being doubled this month, I hope it gets a results cos I hate feeling ill for nothing.

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    @Sally girl xx
    Hope it goes well for you this month

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sally girl View Post
    Unsuccessful month for me BFN today
    My fs informed me yesterday no ovulation occurred.
    I just had a month of constant abdo pain and hot flushes for nothing.
    The clomid dose is being doubled this month, I hope it gets a results cos I hate feeling ill for nothing.
    Sorry to hear.


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    @sallygirl I'm sorry to hear, I hated Clomid when I took it hopefully it works next time

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    Fx @Shrillian

    Do you count DPO from the first day of positive OPK or from the first negative OPK after the positive?

    Did that make sense? Lol

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    So now 3 days of pos opks. Yesterday was definitely darkest, today is almost back to same as control line. Also had a temp rise today. I'm new to the temperature thing, so does that mean ovulation was likely yesterday or today? Didn't manage to sneak in any bd last night as when I told DH I was going to bed and suggested he come too, I was basically asleep by the time he came upstairs because he got distracted. *sigh*


 

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