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    Default TTC No 1 with PCOS chat #7

    I agree with miss petepie, I am engaged and would have ideally liked to wait until I was married before TTC but being 25 and knowing I would more than likely have issues we both thought it would be in our best interest to start sooner rather than later and get married later and I'm happy that we have made that decision so early on

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    Yea we decided not to wait. I was 24 when I got utd with DD. I'm now 26 and have #2 on the way. We aren't married and don't own a house.

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    I'm 36 and DH is 40. Took us 4 years to conceive. You don't want to leave it until you have fewer options. I put my Masters off as well but totally worth it

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    Sorry quick question for those who have had a HSG before when did you have your test? My FS said to have it after my next period which has just started but is that right after as in the next day or will 2-3 days make a difference?

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    I got mine done day 10

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    I got mine done day 10 too

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    Ok great day 10 it is then thanks ladies! 😊

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    This is the debate we are having have our first this year go to uni next year... but then trying to study with a baby I image would be really hard...

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    It's not easy but it's doable. I had my 1st two babies when I was 16 & 17 yo. After the birth of my second I went back to school to get my year 12 without family support - I did a lot of walking between child care, home and TAFE.

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    Sorry for these silly questions but the FS wants me to get a blood test done on day 21 and of course day 21 is a Sunday no one takes bloods on a Sunday that I know of does it matter if its day 19-20 instead? Or does it have to be exactly day 21


 

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