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    Quote Originally Posted by makingbabythree View Post
    So true! I 'may' get a 4 hour block but not every night and not at the same time! I'm CD5 too, so may be too late to start.
    Oh geez....this is a scary insight into motherhood!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhee1980 View Post
    I'm interested too, bought a thermometer today. But like you I have a 2yo who wakes at least once including usually around 4.30-5.30 for a tuck in and dummy replacement. I've read you should temp after 4 hours solid sleep and I'm over here like "who the hell gets that??" Lol!
    Try (I know it's hard) to go to bed slightly earlier, so that you are more likely to get the 4 h sleep before 2YO wakes. It might not be the same time each night, but it's a start. Take your temp before you get out of bed to deal with toddler - it will take 30s & most have a memory function so you can record it properly when your day starts.

    AFM - Temp has plummeted the past 2 days & AF is due today. Just waiting for her to arrive. I've found temping makes the TWW go so much slower, but at least seeing the temp drops means I've not wasted any HPTs on BFNs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yogis Mumma View Post
    Oh geez....this is a scary insight into motherhood!!
    But then you have the other extreme too. My DS slept 6 hour stretches from the day he was born and by 6 weeks of age he was sleeping right through the night (he probably would have before that too but I used to wake him for feeds...rookie mistake, lol).
    By the time DS was 3 months he was sleeping 14 hours overnight. I'd never slept so much before having a baby, lol.
    Now at 2.5 he still sleeps all night and does 3 hour day sleeps.

    I am actually scared about what baby #2 might be like given I had it so easy with #1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aloria View Post
    Try (I know it's hard) to go to bed slightly earlier, so that you are more likely to get the 4 h sleep before 2YO wakes. It might not be the same time each night, but it's a start. Take your temp before you get out of bed to deal with toddler - it will take 30s & most have a memory function so you can record it properly when your day starts.

    AFM - Temp has plummeted the past 2 days & AF is due today. Just waiting for her to arrive. I've found temping makes the TWW go so much slower, but at least seeing the temp drops means I've not wasted any HPTs on BFNs.
    Go to bed earlier than 8.30? Lol! I can't really do it in the night as it beeps and I don't want to wake DP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fauvette View Post
    But then you have the other extreme too. My DS slept 6 hour stretches from the day he was born and by 6 weeks of age he was sleeping right through the night (he probably would have before that too but I used to wake him for feeds...rookie mistake, lol).
    By the time DS was 3 months he was sleeping 14 hours overnight. I'd never slept so much before having a baby, lol.
    Now at 2.5 he still sleeps all night and does 3 hour day sleeps.

    I am actually scared about what baby #2 might be like given I had it so easy with #1.
    This is so true, my DD1 (6yo), has slept through the night 10-12 hours since she was 12 weeks old!!!

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    Default August 2016 TTC

    This is at the bottom of the Maca root powder container! ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1470085938.815832.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by makingbabythree View Post
    Great big hugs to you... I have had a couple of days like that! It totally throws you, huh?! xx
    Thank you ❤️

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    Quote Originally Posted by makingbabythree View Post
    Congrats @MUG81!! How exciting!!!!

    AFM - am wondering if I should try temping this cycle... so, ladies explain to me how it's done? I don't get great sleep as DD2 still wakes each night; and what CD do I start?
    Thats why i bought the ovacue thermometer!! Basically plugs into my phone, take my temp and voila, all done!! Then i carry that temp over to my other apps lol you can start anyday, but best to get started asap ! At least before your feetile window !!

    My dd comes into our room between 5-6am so i take it around then. If dd2 starts whinging in her cot, then i take my temp and then go and get her 😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fauvette View Post
    Sorry I haven't experienced this so can't help but I am wondering why you haven't gone to see an ob/fs yet? Are you planning on that after a certain time? I would have thought they'd be able to give more insight and arrange more thorough testing that GP.
    Live been to a gyno, who concentrated on thinking I had endo, I had a laparoscopy and only had a tiny patch (which I was old wouldn't of impacted conceiving) and had clear tubes etc. We have a FS appointment lined up for this month that's why I wanted to go over what tests I'd had so far etc so I could raise things I was concerned over and make sure he covers everything. I should get more answers then, but you know what it's like, once you notice something, not obsessing is hard!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan01 View Post
    Congrats @MUG81! I've posted this in a new thread but thought I'd ask you ladies here as well!

    Its about thyroid function. I've been actively ttc #2 for 10 months and trying but not trying (not timing but no contraception) for 4 more months before that. I've had all the standard tests (and my DH) run by my GP a few months ago and was told everything is normal. I specifically asked about my thyroid because I developed hypothyroidism during my first pregnancy which had to be medicated but went off the medication post pregnancy (on advice from doctor who thought I'd go back to my pre pregnancy norm). I was told that it was in normal levels and I checked the range and TSH was 3.2 so just in the higher end of normal so didn't question it further. I just read an article saying TSH should be close to 1 mIU/L when ttc and a low functioning thyroid (shown through high TSH) was shown to impact implantation!!??

    Has anyone else encountered this issue or discussed it with a FS (whom I would assume would be more focused or normal for conceiving over general population 'normal'). Am I concerned for no reason or has anyone else experienced this?
    No personal experiences but my best friend definitely had thyroid issues which stopped her falling pregnant with #2 (#1 was easy). She saw a fs and needed medication to manage it and ended up with a beautiful baby girl.

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