Whoops sorry Katvee!! You're hubby is looking good for his age!!! :-P
I remember when I started gr8 and how the seniors looked like full blown adults. Now looking back on those gr12ers they look like babies lol.
I remember when I thought 16 was SO old! Geez hahah
So today went to have a papsmear as I was due. Jesus Christ it was sooo uncomfortable. She kept telling me to relax and I literally felt like I was preparing to give birth as she kept telling me to breathe in breathe out and was coaching me through it lol and TMI warning, she had to get 3 different speculums and I ended up with this teeny weeny one far out! Thank God it's only every 2 years. I can't cope with it. She was like...oh there's lots to look forward to when you get utd then what an experience. I don't remember it being like that ever before!
Oh booo :-(
I don't enjoy them particularly, but really I don't find them all that bad.... I just don't enjoy getting my knickers off for a stranger (and they aren't even paying me! I'm paying them! What a gip!!)
Pap smears are a little bit of uncomfortable for a small amount of time as opposed to a life long struggle with cervical cancer. I have to get one every 6 months so I'm used to getting my knickers off for anyone who wants to take a look hahaha!
Counting down the months till my journey to become a mummy begins.. November 2014 official TTC date ❤️
Haha yes, I guess it's all a perspective, I remember seeing my yr6 teacher when I was about 18 and being surprised he was still alive :-/. He was apparently around the same age as my parents lol. Blergh, Pap smears are not fun at all, definitely better than the alternative though!
Think I am going to drive myself crazy with BBT, looking for ferning and trying to BD every day or so.... Had ferning last night and stretchy CM (sorry tmi) but this morning ferning was gone as was cm. Aaaaaaaargh!
Yes, very true ladies! Much better than the alternative!
Was good to see this Dr as I had a new one because I didn't want a male GP so changed to another practice as the one I was going to was all male. Anyway, went through the TTC planning etc. She said 1 month before to take elevit. But I'm going on the cautious side and still doing 3 months. Interesting how they all have varied advice/opinions hey!
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