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    Quote Originally Posted by Bub077 View Post
    Is anyone following a pregnancy diet while TTC? I don't know when you are supposed to start it? Should I be staying away from fetta, sushi and shellfish now lol? I'm on the TWW so technically could be pregnant! God willing anyway haha. Thanks ladies! Hope you are all going well! X
    It's not necessary to change your diet in the TWW. Although avoiding cigarettes & limiting alcohol is advised. Technically you don't even need to worry about food things until the placenta has attached at around 7/8 weeks. Until then the embryo isn't connected to your blood line so there is very little chance anything you eat will affect it. 😊 Don't stress at all. Also, feta isn't really an issue in Australia, in fact most Australian cheese is pretty safe. But if you're wanting to avoid it, just avoid the soft cheese like Camembert etc.

    Great news from your FS @clucky_duck! Bet you're feeling a lot better going forward now. 😊 I'm using the partner FS firm at Fertility Specialists of WA in Claremont & have has nothing but good experience so far. Good luck for your tracking cycle!

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    That's good news Clucky. Hopefully you can relax a little more now.

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    @EnPointe-you always know what I am thinking haha.
    Yes, I feel A LOT better! Def reassured and ready to get on with it! I have much more confidence in my body now.

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    Officially 1dpo toda y, let the torture of the tww begin... bahhh

    sending baby dust to those in their tww as well!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by McBecks View Post
    It's not necessary to change your diet in the TWW. Although avoiding cigarettes & limiting alcohol is advised. Technically you don't even need to worry about food things until the placenta has attached at around 7/8 weeks. Until then the embryo isn't connected to your blood line so there is very little chance anything you eat will affect it. 😊 Don't stress at all. Also, feta isn't really an issue in Australia, in fact most Australian cheese is pretty safe. But if you're wanting to avoid it, just avoid the soft cheese like Camembert etc.

    Great news from your FS @clucky_duck! Bet you're feeling a lot better going forward now. 😊 I'm using the partner FS firm at Fertility Specialists of WA in Claremont & have has nothing but good experience so far. Good luck for your tracking cycle!
    Thank you so much! That's good to know. 😊 x

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    Hey all,

    I've been a little bit absent lately, hubby has been whinging about the fact that we want to have a baby, and all I do is check BH and Instagram, so it doesn't leave much time for romance, or BD'ing 😳😳 lol

    It's my day off today, so I have a little time to check in!

    I'm on CD15, I THINK I'm ovulating today. I haven't had any pain, but for the past two days, I've had EWCM and spotting, my temp dropped this morning.. so I guess I'll know tomorrow. We've only done the BD on CD10, 13 and 14 so far. I'm going to hit him up again tonight, but I don't know if he'll be up for it! He was pretty worn out last night. Lol

    So many ladies in the TWW already, I hope I'll be able to join you soon!

    I'll try to check back in tonight xx

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    Just to update, felt some light, sharp pains in my right, lower abdomen 😊

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    @CluckyDuck - I have such a good feeling for you!!!

    Good luck all December ladies xx

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    Lol it just said 10/10 when I changed to the next page amazing what amuses me sometimes lol!

    3dpo and already symptom spotting. Sore boobs today. So far, like any other month *sigh*

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    Quote Originally Posted by jussi View Post
    Lol it just said 10/10 when I changed to the next page amazing what amuses me sometimes lol!

    3dpo and already symptom spotting. Sore boobs today. So far, like any other month *sigh*
    @jussi - I told myself this month, I wouldn't symptom spot.. because I had so many symptoms last cycle and it was nothing! But who am I kidding? I know I will be analysing every little niggle as soon as I know I've ovulated! 😳

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