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    Quote Originally Posted by littlekiwi View Post
    @LadyLouise when is your BT??
    BT is tomorrow am... another POAS this morning, I still have a 2d line??? Will keep myself busy until BT result no more POAS for me-driving me crazy and emotional!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyLouise View Post
    BT is tomorrow am... another POAS this morning, I still have a 2d line??? Will keep myself busy until BT result no more POAS for me-driving me crazy and emotional!
    Yes definitely stop peeing on things, try to take care of yourself and good luck for tomorrow.

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    @LadyLousie fingers are crossed for you. I hope it's the real deal

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    Hi Ladies

    Since I've recently become addicted to POAS this is the perfect page LOL

    I notice a few names from the IVF thread.

    So my line today was darker but bleeding too at the moment so not sure this is going to end well. However will keep POAS to see what happens or see if full AF shows up.

    * TMI ALERT * from CD28 have had light brown to dark brown bleeding and today turned into a dark brown to dark redish brown so not holding out much hope at all today is CD30 and 8DP5DT. My AF is normally 31 - 33 Days and as long as 35 - 38. I have only once in my life had a 28 day cycle.

    Really don't know what to think. How do I tell if its a chemical?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twinkley View Post
    Hi Ladies

    Since I've recently become addicted to POAS this is the perfect page LOL

    I notice a few names from the IVF thread.

    So my line today was darker but bleeding too at the moment so not sure this is going to end well. However will keep POAS to see what happens or see if full AF shows up.

    * TMI ALERT * from CD28 have had light brown to dark brown bleeding and today turned into a dark brown to dark redish brown so not holding out much hope at all today is CD30 and 8DP5DT. My AF is normally 31 - 33 Days and as long as 35 - 38. I have only once in my life had a 28 day cycle.

    Really don't know what to think. How do I tell if its a chemical?

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    Ask for an early bloody test?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twinkley View Post
    Hi Ladies

    Since I've recently become addicted to POAS this is the perfect page LOL

    I notice a few names from the IVF thread.

    So my line today was darker but bleeding too at the moment so not sure this is going to end well. However will keep POAS to see what happens or see if full AF shows up.

    * TMI ALERT * from CD28 have had light brown to dark brown bleeding and today turned into a dark brown to dark redish brown so not holding out much hope at all today is CD30 and 8DP5DT. My AF is normally 31 - 33 Days and as long as 35 - 38. I have only once in my life had a 28 day cycle.

    Really don't know what to think. How do I tell if its a chemical?

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    Hey @Twinkley I'd ask for an early test. What does your FS say about the bleeding ? I've certainly read in a lot of places that bleeding is not uncommon and not necessarily a bad sign but it's fair enough to be wary and prob good to maintain a sense of caution. Ask your nurses in the morning to run it all by your FS.

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    So hey thread peeps, here's some news: @BlondeinBrisvegas had her baby today!!!!

    YAAAAAY FOR HAPPY NEWS

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    @littlekiwi - My clinic seem to be sticking with their 15 days past transfer rule for a BT. I guess I could try calling again to see if they will do an early test. Or I was thinking about making an appointment with my GP and get him to order a sneaky BT?

    @ScubaGal - My clinic seem to like to stick to their 15 days past transfer rule for a BT. I guess could ask again or was thinking of making an appointment with my GP and get him to order a sneaky BT. Haven't asked nurse yet to run it by FS but guess I could call up and see if she will. POAS is about the same as yesterday thinking just to have good weekend and wait for BT next week. Not much I can really do but wait.

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    15 days! That's torture @Twinkley! I'd be sneaking off to the GP for sure.

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    I would be heading to the GP for your own piece of mind. Surely if you were worried the clinic would do one today and then another at 15dpt. You are paying them remember haha this isn't a free service.


 

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