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    Mamasupial are you ok?

    Frankenmum- so sorry. What the hell is AF doing here early?

    Hoping 28- omg so exciting, congratulations!!

    Lisa1986- I've used IC's plenty of times in the past alongside FRER. My mind works in strange ways but I usually test with an IC first so that if it's negative I can just blame it on being a cheapie. But when it comes up positive I then do a FRER to 'keep' (for sentimental reasons). But every time the IC has been just as accurate as the FRER. Just my experience.

    MyNameIsAitch- so sorry DH wasn't up for much BD'ing this month. It's so frustrating when they do that.

    I should be O'ing tonight or over the weekend, can't wait to get into the TWW, as hard as it is!

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    Congrats!! I've been really sick today

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    Finding the time and energy to DTD regularly when you already have a child seems almost impossible! Today is CD16 and we have DTD twice this cycle (I have long cycles so no O yet this month). I just wish I could be pregnant without having to do it so much lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    Finding the time and energy to DTD regularly when you already have a child seems almost impossible! Today is CD16 and we have DTD twice this cycle (I have long cycles so no O yet this month). I just wish I could be pregnant without having to do it so much lol.
    I hear you. With DH doing shift work, it makes it even harder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    Finding the time and energy to DTD regularly when you already have a child seems almost impossible! Today is CD16 and we have DTD twice this cycle (I have long cycles so no O yet this month). I just wish I could be pregnant without having to do it so much lol.
    Lol I'm in the same place as you!

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    Yep, totally. We are not "high drive" people are once a week is fine by both of us, usually. When I'm in the fertile phase though I am lucky if we can push it to once every 3 days and hope it's enough.

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    Omg I wish DH wanted it less! So jealous of you guys Whether it's O time or not he wants it every day. Not me!! I'd be happy with once a week.

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    Mamasupial how are you today?

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    I woke up feeling fine but have gone down hill already. 6dpo and my temp still looks great.

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    Pretty sure it's just my asthma and coughing.. But I'm struggling to not vomit.


 

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