@elswyth , I'm still taking them for now, we're going to cut the dose back once I actually get pregnant as its better for my anxiety to be on them and withdrawal effects from SSRIs can make you quite sick! I'll have to see my GP once I get BFP and we'll probably make a more detailed plan but the basic plan is low dose (10mg) for 1st and 2nd trimester then coming off it entirely before the 3rd. I'd rather not take my anti-ds at all (lexapro) as its a class c drug tho research shows the main issue is withdrawal for the bub after its born, but its one of those difficult situations where there's pros and cons either way sadly.Reading up more on OPKs, I think faint lines are actually neg cos the hormone measured is present most of the time and just spikes before O? So perhaps I got a bit excited too soon lol and charting is turning out to be more difficult than I anticipated since different charts are giving me different O dates. ATM it appears to be anything from the 28th Arpil to the 2nd of May!! That might mean we miss the best times to babydance this weekend as its the long weekend, though we'll try tonight (despite negative OPK) and hopefully get a chance on monday too! Then Wed and Fri next week. That *should* cover my fertile period i think? I guess we shouldn't get too concerned, its our first month of TTC and charting so things will get easier when we have more info established with my cycles and stuff. Trouble is, getting preg is all I think about atm!!
DP and I just did out first TTC babydance and an uhm interruption, so hopefully we got enough of the good stuff in the right place to make a baby LMAO!
Oliveaux what phone do you have for a good app at charting everything? Maybe one of us can help you with a good one.
Sounds like you have it planned for the week. How long is your cycles normally?
Lets all have fun whilst making babies.
Just BD'd in case my symptoms are more O than pregnant!
Is it May yet?? lol getting really impatient.
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