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    Quote Originally Posted by Balloune View Post
    I haven't told my mum about yet but I remember asking her once how long it took her to fall pregnant and she said it took her three weeks for both pregnancy! I am not that gifted haha. Maybe ask if any women in the family have fertility issues? Maybe she knows of some grandma tips to fall pregnant haha?! (Ok sorry I'm not that helpful) but yeah just knowing her story can definitely be helpful..
    PS hope your back is feeling a little bit better !
    Thanks @Balloune. Good questions.
    And my back and is a lot better, thanks for the well wishes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Wtf... I didn't tell my mum I was ttc until I was 14 weeks pregnant. Could think of nothing much worse than my mum asking me about my boobs, cervical mucus etc... Each to their own!
    Have read that it can help to know your mums experience, it's on a lot of the www and in a couple of books I have. Thought there might be some good advice here.

    Guess it also depends on your relationship with your mum?

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    Thanks to all your responses! Appreciate the diversity of replies

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    didn't ask anything. I already knew her ttc journey with the 3 of us. she had a miscarriage before I was conceived. we were all planned and she fell pregnant easily.

    I didn't need to ask anything. I kept our ttc a secret as I didn't know how long it might take and didn't want added pressure of outsiders prying eyes so to speak.

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    I don't talk to my mum about anything private let alone ttc. I'd rather scratch my eyes out with a rusty fork.

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    Didn't ask mum anything, she didn't know we were TTC at all and didn't tell her with bub 1 till after the dating scan

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