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    Quote Originally Posted by NicT View Post
    Boo! Hopefully next month is your month.

    Cd2 over here. This cycle is my third since losing weight and last time around I got my much awaited bfp in the 3rd month so I know I'm going to have a lot of expectations this month. Silly isn't it? If I don't get my bfp this cycle, I think I'll pay a trip to my gp to start testing as that will be 12 months trying.
    Thank you, hope third month is a charm for you too!
    Picked up some more supplements today (maca for DP and CoQ10 for us both) and booked some acupuncture for next week.
    Also had a good chat on my FB mums group about age differences because I was mostly stressing a lot about DS and the next one being close enough in age to be good friends, but turns out most seem to think 3+ years difference is better so that makes me feel less 'on the clock', except for my age of course!

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    I think af will start right on time tomorrow all the day before stuff happening. Booked into a natropath for a full consult next week- see what she might have to suggest. @Rhee80 my dd1 and ds2 are 3.5 yrs apart and they get along like a house on fire! And ds1 and ds2 who are over 5 yrs apart get on really well and play for hours. Hope next month is your bfp xxoo

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    12dpo bfn

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    Sorry to here @Goosey01. When is af due. There could still be a chance if implanted later

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    By my 'normal' af is due today - 26day cycle. But I started taking vitex to lengthen my luteal phase, so if it's helped and it's lengthening it af could be due Monday? 2 days ago I was like 'no' don't think I'm preg - now today, even though I got the bfn, I've got that metallic mouth. Up until 6months ago I only ever got that if I was preg. But the regular preg symptoms over the past 6 months have me not trusting them

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    Af started today

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey01 View Post
    Af started today
    Sorry to hear, hopefully next month is our month! Xx

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    I'm DPO10 (I think). I tested yesterday at DPO9, with a BFN. Was really hoping this was our month - we have our first FS appt at the end of August and I was hoping to not need it! We've been TTC just on 6 months (although this is only cycle 5) and our GP ran zero tests just gave us the FS referral based on our age! So we have NO idea why we're not pregnant ... The only hope is AF doesn't show on Wednesday. Fx...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhee1980 View Post
    Sorry to hear, hopefully next month is our month! Xx
    Thx - fx for us both! R u taking the vitex everyday? Ie through your AF? I got a new bottle and forgot to ask the natropath when I was there. She didn't mention it when I got it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey01 View Post
    Thx - fx for us both! R u taking the vitex everyday? Ie through your AF? I got a new bottle and forgot to ask the natropath when I was there. She didn't mention it when I got it.
    Yes every day. She said it's super important with Vitex that you take it consistently


 

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