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    Default Calling all TTC testers who want to wait till AF is late ...Support chat:-) #5

    He was excited but because I've been pregnant so many times there's an element of stress too, haha! I'm on clexane and pregnyl injections, progesterone pessaries, aspirin and prednisolone... I'm like a walking pharmacy! Hopefully it's worth it

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    @MrsDL how are you going hun?
    @Felicia Haven't heard from you in a while, hope everything is well on your end!

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    Doing ok, thanks for asking. Had a really good weekend up at the snow and forgot about all my worries, but the minute we come back I'm freaking about everything!
    Heads bloods Thursday and yesterday so I'll get the results today sometime... Seriously scared! Have still been testing on ics which I'm not sure has been a good idea because yesterday's line was the same as Friday's. But I did it after only holding for an hour and Friday was the day after my first pregnyl shot, so it was irrational. Today's line is super dark which is very reassuring, but my boobs are less sore. Just gotta wait out these first few horrible weeks.

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    Bloods have gone from 103 to 514 in 3 days so I'm happy. 4+5 today

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    @MrsDL that's awesome! Try not to stress too much!

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    Hi.... im new to this. Been ttc 8 months now... looking for some emotional support.. ppl going thru the same. My husband is helpful but keeps telling me it will happen when it is meant to.
    Its these weeks between o and AF that kiĺ me. I tell myself not to think about it.. but think about it every day.. over obsessing all the little things analysing if its pms or pregnancy symptoms.. 😣😣 currently cycle day 24

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    So I'm pretty sure I finally O on CD29. So I'm now 5dpo. CP, CM and pains indicated CD29. But I haven't had a proper temp shift. My chart is crazy! But I think it has something to do with having positive OPKs the last seven days in a row! The OPK was a bit lighter today so it's finally leaving my system, hope the progesterone kicks in now!

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    @NikkiK14 Welcome don't worry, you aren't the only one. We all do it! Hopefully this is your month.
    @rhee1980 wow are your cycles normally that long?

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    Quote Originally Posted by curlybird View Post
    @rhee1980 wow are your cycles normally that long?
    No they're usually about 33 days. I had a bad sinus infection mid cycle when I'd usually O, signs indicate I tried to O but didn't, then went for it again last week. I seem to have a 46ish day cycle about every 6-7 months. I think I'll go to GP tomorrow and get the blood test to see if I did O, and a referral for a U/S to check my ovaries. I think righty might be a bit fibrous, it's always the most pain at O (although not bad) and sometimes hurts when I sneeze, like the movement inside is pulling at it.


 

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