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    @Kelly70 I'm going to be the boring sensible one and remind you that it is very early so please don't start worrying yet!
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    Thanks Jem, you're right of course - although think I am more intrigued than worried at the moment, this is interesting stuff

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    Yes I agree with Jem, too early, tomorrow should be 14 days in and you should start to get accurate readings from then onwards !

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    You girls are right of course. I'll test in the morning and take it from there. I feel like the damned trigger is now out of my system.

    Any updates everyone else? Vix - how's that pesky morning sickness going, has it calmed down? What's your due date?
    @Kellyk77, how are you traveling lovely?

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    Scuba how are you holding up - tempted to test?

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    Hey Kel - still feel like I could hurl every waking minute, but I'm sort of used to it now and have kinda stopped waiting for it to pass ... I'm really missing blue cheese, Shiraz and prosciutto πŸ˜ƒ but only 16 weeks and 1 day till I can indulge (would it be wrong to pack it in my hospital bag?)... Funnily enough, I can't help but still be on wipe watch even though I haven't bled since 9 weeks ... Am not buying anything big till after viability at 24 weeks (I'm nearly 23 weeks now), can't help being a nervous Nellie! But I've dragged DH through the shops a few times 😊

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    Vix - oh my goodness time has flown, 16 weeks?? And 1 day (not that anyone's counting). Bugger about the hurling urge - nothing helps?? Ginger? I'm sure wine would help if you could have it, wine fixes everything!!
    I totally get your caution lovely, still wow, coming into the home straight nearly. Exciting days xx

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    I'm going to say that I think things are sounding tentatively positive too. Personally, I wouldn't worry too much about the lines getting darker, as I couldn't tell the difference between my 1st bfp POAS @ 7dp5dt & a test a week later. It caused me so much stress. So keeping it all crossed for you xx

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    And, by the way, I had a stark bfn @ 6dp5dt.

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    Nope - nothing helps, ginger tea, cheezels and if its really bad, meds, are my go to staples not that they make much difference, but I really try to avoid the cheezels and meds!


 

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