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    I'm out for this month. AF arrived last night so no need for a test this morning. Can't believe how crazy I was about every single symptom. We will do one more iui this month before we take a couple of months off and head for ivf. Feeling down

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    Quote Originally Posted by unicornsandrainbows View Post
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    Ladies who chart can you please help me? Climbing high temps, OPKS all positive on one day and still no crosshairs? Could this be the progesterone? I don't want to call my doctor over nothing
    I think you might get your crosshairs soon. From memory I think you needs three days of high temps post O. So if you o'ed a day or 2 ago you might just need one or 2 more days of high temps. I'm not familiar with progesterone pessaries sorry but I would imagine they could play some sort of effect. Really hoping this is your month lovely x

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    @bugslife: I always think "omg, you are actually saying you know it will be a BFN but are testing anyway, WHY, you're only going to depress yourself"... but I figure it's the same as someone who buys chocolate for later but ends up eating it then. *shrug*

    I've only ever tested early in my cycle once (mainly because I wasn't sure how early it was) and got a BFN. I wasn't upset, much, because I hadn't been trying.

    It's easy to say now, I know, but I never want to test early, as a BFN would break me. So, I test when I feel 'different' IYKWIM. Only on my 2nd month of trying though, so who knows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxinem2112 View Post
    I'm out for this month. AF arrived last night so no need for a test this morning. Can't believe how crazy I was about every single symptom. We will do one more iui this month before we take a couple of months off and head for ivf. Feeling down
    Really sorry to hear this MaxineM. Big hugs to you. Be long to yourself the next few days and have some lovely soft cheese and pate and wine.
    @gamermummy - how are you going today? Is the line getting darker? I hope so! FX'd its a BFP who's just a bit shy!

    Hope everyone else is travelling OK. I've updated dates now, so lets get some more BFP's for Feb!

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    Sigh, I'm still testing positive from my chemical pregnancy. Will that delay my ovulation, does anyone know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by octonaut View Post
    Sigh, I'm still testing positive from my chemical pregnancy. Will that delay my ovulation, does anyone know?
    I'm not sure as my hcg declined rapidly with my chem but big hugs to you none the less Have you had blood tests to check the decline of hcg?

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    I had a blood test last Wednesday and I was supposed to have one on Friday to see if hormones were rising or falling. I ended up not going back for the Friday one because I didn't need to, Thursday's bleed removed all doubt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by octonaut View Post
    Sigh, I'm still testing positive from my chemical pregnancy. Will that delay my ovulation, does anyone know?
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    I had a blood test last Wednesday and I was supposed to have one on Friday to see if hormones were rising or falling. I ended up not going back for the Friday one because I didn't need to, Thursday's bleed removed all doubt.
    Yeah, hcg will delay ovulation I think. Usually hcg needs to get to 0 for you to o. Did af turn up fully? Hugs xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by unicornsandrainbows View Post
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    Ladies who chart can you please help me? Climbing high temps, OPKS all positive on one day and still no crosshairs? Could this be the progesterone? I don't want to call my doctor over nothing
    If you are taking progesterone that will cause temps to rise and look like post-o temps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    Yeah, hcg will delay ovulation I think. Usually hcg needs to get to 0 for you to o. Did af turn up fully? Hugs xx

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    Yes, unfortunately. 5 full heavy days including clots. Definitely the end of the pregnancy. The bfp was never that dark so I'm really surprised that there's still even a little bit there. I actually need O to be a bit later this month. My need to travel to see FS clashes with a DH work trip that he cannot get out of. It might turn out to be a tiny silver lining if my O can be a few days later.


 

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