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    Hope the new year brings lots of sticky BFP's!
    I've recently been diagnosed as Coeliac and hoping my newly adapted gluten free diet helps my body conceive.
    Testing 6th January

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    Quote Originally Posted by dream girl View Post
    Hope the new year brings lots of sticky BFP's!
    I've recently been diagnosed as Coeliac and hoping my newly adapted gluten free diet helps my body conceive.
    Testing 6th January
    I currently follow a gluten free diet as a natural treatment for endometriosis (which studies have shown has strong links to coeliac - many women who have endo also are coeliac) If you're after any food ideas I'm happy to share FWIW going gluten free made my endo symptoms disappear almost completely within the first month!

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    Joining! Cycle 11 here we come 😥😥 I don't really test anymore as I'm so over the disappointment but AF will be due around the 19th

    Best of luck everyone!

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    Hi ladies

    Sorry to see some of you here from the Dec thread. Hoping we all get our good news soon!

    Afm: I got high fertility flashy smiley on my cb opk today. Cd8.... I swear O is coming earlier and my cycles are getting shorter. My GP gave me a referral to see an Obs/gyno to rule out endo... Really hoping I don't have it. Either way I'd like to know why my cycles are so erratic and why I get debilitating period pain. GP is also sending me to check progesterone levels 7 days after O.

    Hope everyone else is holding up ok xx

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    Yeah my ttc journey technically started last November with surgery, but in cycle 11 of being allowed to actively ttc. I'm not ready to go down the ivf path yet though (specialist said to come in after 6 months, but I was pregnant after 4 and miscarried so I am not counting this as 6 months yet.) with dd it took us 2 1/2 years with 3 surgeries in between and we fell pregnant naturally as soon as we decided to do ivf so I'm giving my body the benefit of the doubt this time before we go down that road...

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    Quote Originally Posted by vague View Post
    I am still waiting for my cycles to come back post d+c but hopefully I will be testing in January!
    I'm in the same boat!

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    Due to o on Xmas eve. Going to dtd every second day starting tonight.. Hope that gives us a good chance. If not next cycle we will start opk's. I have been hoping not to have to get that "serious" about it because it puts so much pressure on us but doesn't look like just timely dtd around cm & usual cycle length is working.. *sigh*

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    Ok so cd1 for me - testing on the 21st!

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    Anyone else want to put their test dates in? Let me know and I'll add you x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bub077 View Post
    Anyone else want to put their test dates in? Let me know and I'll add you x
    I'll let you know once I O


 

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