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    Quote Originally Posted by bel2466 View Post
    Isn't this positive as the test line is darker than control?
    I would say a definite surge with ovulation likely in 12-48hrs
    oohhh I thought the darker line was the control *face palm* that a lovely pos then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bel2466 View Post
    Isn't this positive as the test line is darker than control?
    I would say a definite surge with ovulation likely in 12-48hrs
    Thanks I thought it was positive just wasn't certain when I could expect to O.

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    Good luck mumzy!

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    I'm 9 DPO today and 99% sure I'm out. It was to be expected since it's only been a few weeks since DH's lifestyle changes, but I'm still sad. What hurts even more is I can tell this month was a strong ovulation like last month when I had really high progesterone for CD21 bloods. My body is working well, but the swimmers aren't even getting there

    The 21st is the due date of the last m/c. No pg in 9 months I want to get a tattoo with the kids names and 3 butterflies to symbolise my lose babies but can't justify the money atm. Maybe I'll just get a plant? I was only pg a short while but I miss it so much, I miss all of them so much.

    Gah sorry for the negative post.

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    Oh del I'm sorry to see you sad I think a plant would be lovely, or maybe a nice little section in your garden with a plant and maybe some angel decorations or something? I think that's a lovely idea. I hope that dhs changes brings you your bfp soon. It really sucks this ttc stuff! Don't feel bad for negative posts, it's what we are here for I hope you feel better in the morning Hun xx

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    That really sucks del - how long did the Dr say it would take for the lifestyle changes to make a difference? A couple of months? I got a bit annoyed at dh because I realised that he hasn't been taking his supplements over the last few days - come on mate it's 3 tablets, yesterday I took 12 tablets and 4 injections.

    A plant is a nice idea to remember your babies. I have a little Christmas decoration of a teddy bear in an angel costume. I also started a herb garden, not to remember the miscarriage really, but to prove to myself that I could in fact grow something!

    Me - 30, Dh - 38 ttc #1 since June 2011
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    Hugs Del, I always find due dates of angel babies really hard. I think we feel it more than our partners too. I know my DH won't want to mention it because in his mind it'll make me more upset, which is so frustrating as I used to think he forgot & then would think how could he?

    A plant sounds lovely I like Stars idea of putting an angel ornament there too It could be a nice spot for you to sit & think about things. If you do a section of the garden it could be you & DH doing something together, which is nice. And when you're ready, your tattoo sounds amazing. I really like the butterflies.

    Hugs, I hope you are doing ok & we are all here if you need to talk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phee83 View Post
    That really sucks del - how long did the Dr say it would take for the lifestyle changes to make a difference? A couple of months?
    It takes 3 months. Who knows if it's even going to work. And I know what you mean about being narky they can't even do the smallest things. I had to read him the Riot Act just to get another SA (bc his dr said the test wouldn't change and it's "embarrassing") Urrrmmm try having some strange dude with his face near your bits threading a balloon up there to run dye through your tubes. Or dildo cam. Or having AF while having a lap.... and being soooo sore for weeks after.... for a procedure I didn't even need but had bc he was too much of a sook to have another SA and was convinced despite a barrage of tests being fine, that it was me

    lol sorry about the vent. But I'm still very annoyed at him that we've wasted all this time.

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    I don't blame you del! I would be too!! Men have it easy as in the grand scheme of things. Like seriously a tablet isn't hard to take, jerking off in cup isn't hard either. My dh won't take supplements, his excuse is that his sperm is perfectly fine according to the tests so he doesn't need to plus "they taste bad".

    Lol Ive stopped fighting him on it cos our issues are clearly my fault but it would be nice if he wanted to give us that extra chance you know? Bloody men!!! I hope you ladies are all having a good weekend

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    Dh started the menevit about a month before the results. I told him even if it was me (which I knew it wasn't) and there was nothing wrong with his boys, that the tablets would only make them stronger and swim harder and that can't be a bad thing.

    Men Can't live with them, can't shoot them

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