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    Hi ladies, I'm on cd11 and started testing opks yesterday I'm just using the ic ones for now until I get a little closer to my expect o date that ovia is predicting than I'll use the clear blue ones that I've got.

    So far dp and I have dtd every second day this cycle..

    I've still go my ref for blood tests that I was supposed to do last month so was thinking I should just get them done around CD21

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    Tell me about it @scubababy. I was starting to think maybe I'm getting to old for this at 34 and here she is nearly double my age.

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    Hi everyone, i am cd 5 today! I had a really weird cycle last month and dont see my specialist til next week to find out if i can proceed with ovulation induction for pcos! Wishing everyone loads of luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by scubababy View Post
    So seriously a 65 yr old lady can have a baby while most of us are struggling... man I'm only 25 and I'm having such a hard time ttc my first. .
    I agree frustrating!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyG4 View Post
    Tell me about it @scubababy. I was starting to think maybe I'm getting to old for this at 34 and here she is nearly double my age.

    I'm 34 too! 35 in November... finding it harder than when I was 26 and 28...

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    Quote Originally Posted by makingbabythree View Post
    I'm 34 too! 35 in November... finding it harder than when I was 26 and 28...
    Yes, I found it a lot easier to conceive under 30 now this one has been a mission. I must admit, I did feel like giving up and just being happy with my daughters until I read that article. If she can do then so can we, right?

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    I'm 36!! Although I was 33 when I conceived DS and he was a whoopsie so I know it's entirely possible
    I'm going to throw everything at it this cycle (naturopath, acupuncture, temping, pre-seed, supplements etc). If that doesn't work we might revert to a relaxed approach and see what happens.
    But I really want a sibling for DS by the time he's three.

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    I'm 28 - 29 in jan. But conceived my ds when I was 22 by a whoopsie

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    Feeling super sad, I may be out for this month as the last four days Iv had severe Bali belly so definitely no dtd. Can only wait and see. Might b a stupid question but can gastro at this stage affect a baby like gastro while ur further along?

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    7 or 8 dpo today. Cm went from being overly abundant and think and creamy yesterday to clear and watery today. Cervix is medium height, soft and closed, and to explain it, feels really engorged. Nipples really sore.. Haven't dtd in 3 days. Have been super tired and dp has been sleeping in the spare room so I can get a good night sleep (I kicked him out in a moody the other night.)

    Nipples are killing me but that's not unusual.. And I've been getting some killer head and neck aches.

    That's all I think

    I'm 36, babies 1, 2 and 3 were whoopsies, baby 4 was easy, babies 5 and 6 took around 12 months each, this time round it will be 12th cycle (that's longer than 12 months cause I have super long cycles normally).

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