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    Quote Originally Posted by Mummie2B View Post
    No AF and stark white BFN no even a hint of a line! I've had a consistent 25 day cycle for the last three - four months 😞

    Not Over til the red lady shows but still feeling 😞

    Mild nausea still present and still no AF symptoms.

    Congrats to @TurquoiseBlue
    This was me earlier today! Not FMU though would that be the problem?

    I have to girls and with them I never knew where I was in my cycle and missed AF so tested and got a light BFP with both of them but it was a definite BFP.

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    So if you have cm post o is that a good sign then? I guess there's no way of really knowing until you've tested. I symptom spotted so much previous cycles. I can't be bothered now 😞 don't want to be more disappointed because of it!

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    Yes cm after ovulation is a good sign good luck

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    Most things I've read CM is meant to dry up after O until AF, however hormones due to pregnancy can increase CM.

    Fingers crossed i'm not testing now until Thursday.

    Fingers crossed for you @clucky_duck

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    I saw an ad for Bonds zip up onesies. If I get a bfp this month I'm buying some haha. So cute! My sister said zip ups are so easy for those midnight changes.

    http://www.bonds.com.au/baby/sleepwe...for-%2430.html

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    I hated the zip up onesies. You have to almost completely undress baby just to change their nappy. I guess it depends where you live. But nights can get very cold.

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    Wow awesome month for BFPs! Congratulations everyone. Fertile Feb! So sorry for the BFPs that were short lived, I've been there.
    AFM I'm out and waiting for AF. BFN 11dpo on FRER. In the past have had clear BFPs by 10dpo and I don't feel pregnant. I might try temping again even though I generally know when I'm ovulating. I have to pull my finger out and book the laparoscopy I've been procrastinating over. I hope to see some more BFPs before the month is out. Baby dust!

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    @clucky_duck are they the one that zip down from the top? So when doing a change you can zip them half way and then just pop their legs out like you do with the dome up ones?

    I love onsies for pajamas!

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    They have a zip at the top and bottom so in the middle of the night you just zip the bottom one up a couple of inches and pop out the legs. You can choose whether to cover hands and feet. Much easier than fiddling with poppers when you're trying to disturb your baby as little as possible!

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    Congrats to all you lucky beeyatches who have gotten theie BFP's this month. I am insanely jealous, but totally happy for you too.


    Ummm... you guys.... I just did the math and of the 40 BH users who have dates in the Flirty Feb testing list on page one... 14 of them have gotten BFP's so far! That's a 35% success rate! Whoa! And there were a couple of other's who popped in with a BFP announcement too who aren't even included on that list. This has got to be one of the most fertile months ever, right?! Hooray!

    *Goes off to stalk the Nov '14 chat to see whether Feb beat it with BFP's*

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