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    Quote Originally Posted by FelH View Post
    I've been on weight watchers for 6 months. Ive lost about 12kg. I also go to the gym a lot too
    Ww is good for helping you get to know food and reading lables better

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    Wow, that's a great effort! I've been using ww recipes and going to the gym 2-3 times a week and feeling good! I haven't committed and paid yet though... Is it still suitable to do when pregnant? From what I've seen, it doesn't seem to be a 'diet' as such, more learning how to eat healthier for the long term...

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    Cd1 today, and this is the first cycle where we will be actively trying! @MrsTugs can you please pop me down for testing on 25th August (day before AF is due)

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    Quote Originally Posted by GothicBeeza View Post
    Cd1 today, and this is the first cycle where we will be actively trying! @MrsTugs can you please pop me down for testing on 25th August (day before AF is due)
    Looks like you and I have same cycles good luck

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    Looks like I'm out for Aug testing boohoo! My cycles are min 32 days. So won't make it. Oh well, better start a Sept testing thread soon hahah

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    Quote Originally Posted by theoneandonlyem View Post
    So I might be in earlier than expected. Saw the FS today and did a blood test and an internal scan. One ovary is showing a dominant follicle of 12mm, the other ovary showing a dominant follicle of 14mm. With the blood test, he is looking for an LH surge, so I will ring back later for results. He's expecting that I'll likely ovulate on Saturday, so CD 12 not CD 16 as FF has been putting it. I'll likely do a repeat blood test on Friday or Saturday looking for the surge then bd like mad over the weekend. That's going to be fun with 3x12hr night shifts... I'm going to have to get DH to come and wake me up I think, because DTD is the LAST thing I would feel like doing after a 12hr night. I doubt I'd even manage to stay awake long enough to finish haha.
    Ooh it sounds very promising from the scan! You might even ovulate from both ovaries pity about the timing with work.. Make sure you get some decent BD'ing in!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moose81 View Post
    Ooh it sounds very promising from the scan! You might even ovulate from both ovaries pity about the timing with work.. Make sure you get some decent BD'ing in!!
    That was my thought! My dad is a twin so there's always a chance! I'm trying to convince DH we should dtd second daily but it's hard to get him on board in the sense that he wants us to dtd because we want to and the mood takes us as opposed to *having* to do it. Hope he's on board when the FS gives us "homework" as he put it today haha

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    Does anyone know what red cell folate levels should be for women ttc cos mine seem high!


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    8dpo and I'm sooo hungry! I keep eating but don't feel full. I hoping this is a symptom of something happening and I'm not just a great big piggy! Lol

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    @Bellefire ok I'll do it, challenge accepted. Maybe I'll see you ladies in the Sept thread, but finger crossed you all get BFPs next month and don't need to be there

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