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    Quote Originally Posted by Fauvette View Post
    I said I wasn't going to retest after I got my BFP but since I can't get bloods done till Monday and see the GP till Wednesday I thought I'd test again. I have run out of FRER so I used a Confirm poas (which I have never used before). There is a line but it's very, very faint. Now I scared that I'm losing this pregnancy... I'll test again with fmu and might have to go and buy some more FRER to get me through till my GP appointment.
    My symptoms are very present still and no sign of bleeding so I suppose that's a good thing still.

    What's everyone's experiences /thoughts of the Confirm tests??
    Tested again with Fmu and my BFP is much darker. Phew!! Now, I'll just relax again and wait till I see my GP on Wednesday. I've also got first appointment with ob on the 18th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fauvette View Post
    Tested again with Fmu and my BFP is much darker. Phew!! Now, I'll just relax again and wait till I see my GP on Wednesday. I've also got first appointment with ob on the 18th.
    Yay! That's fantastic news

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fauvette View Post
    Tested again with Fmu and my BFP is much darker. Phew!! Now, I'll just relax again and wait till I see my GP on Wednesday. I've also got first appointment with ob on the 18th.
    Very reassuring!

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    Default TTC - May, 2016 #2

    Morning ☺️

    Just a quick question before I run away and hide again. I started my clear blue digital tests yesterday at CD8, like the instructions indicated me too.

    This morning at CD9, I already got a flashy face.

    Does that seem to early?

    To add: the months I've been tracking I always ovulate on CD14, but I never get positive opks

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    Hi ladies, haven't been posting for a while because I'm trying not to stress about TTC. Have a silly question to ask, with EWCM when does it usually start? As in how close to ovulation?

    I gave birth at the end of December so I think my body has been a bit out of whack but this month I definitely had EWCM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lozz90 View Post
    Hi ladies, haven't been posting for a while because I'm trying not to stress about TTC. Have a silly question to ask, with EWCM when does it usually start? As in how close to ovulation?

    I gave birth at the end of December so I think my body has been a bit out of whack but this month I definitely had EWCM.
    I normally get it 4-5 days before ovulation, but can also get it after ovulation usually around cd18 (I ovulate on 14)

    Hope this helps ☺️

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    @Thescientist So if I only had it for two/three days would that mean I ovulated in that time? I ovulate late around CD17-18 I think

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    Just wanted to say Happy Mother's Day to all of us.
    Regardless of whether our little ones are in our arms, in our futures or in our hearts, we're all here because we're mothers at our core and I believe that is something to celebrate.

    Happy Mother's Day!!
    xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutoven View Post
    Just wanted to say Happy Mother's Day to all of us.
    Regardless of whether our little ones are in our arms, in our futures or in our hearts, we're all here because we're mothers at our core and I believe that is something to celebrate.

    Happy Mother's Day!!
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    So well said.

    Happy Mother's Day x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lozz90 View Post
    @Thescientist So if I only had it for two/three days would that mean I ovulated in that time? I ovulate late around CD17-18 I think
    Potentially. It's hard to say for certain based of only cm, but it's a possibility ☺️


 

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