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    Default Hello from a newbie

    Hello Everyone,
    Me and the fiancé have decided to start TTC as I've been at work long enough to get mat leave now and it's just the right time. I have PCOS and am wanting to try to get pregnant naturally first and hopefully we have some luck.

    I have been browsing the forums and is there anywhere to find or refer to what all these acronyms mean ?

    Thanks guys

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    Hi @courtney03, I'm new too and we are planning to start Ttc in about two months. Just got to get my hep b and whooping cough vacs. Also only been on preconception multi for a few weeks and wanted to wait at least two months for this too. There is a link to the acronyms, I've definitely seen it, but not easy to find especially on the app. I'll see if I can find it and post the link.

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    Found it!

    Standard Abbreviations and Acronyms
    A lot of the time, our long-term members use abbreviations and acronyms instead of spelling out the full phrase they are using. Here is a list of the most common ones so you can get used to what everyone is saying.



    AC - Assisted Conception

    AF - Aunt Flo (periods)

    AFAIK - as far as I know

    AI - Assisted or Artificial Insemination

    AID - Artificial Insemination with Donor Sperm

    AIH - Artificial Insemination with husband's or partner's sperm

    AP - Attachment Parenting

    ART - Assisted Reproductive Technology

    BBT - Basal Body temperature

    BD - baby dancing (sex)

    BFN - big fat negative (pregnancy test)

    BFP - big fat positive (pregnancy test)

    BTW - by the way

    BW - blood week (periods)

    CC - Controlled Crying

    CD - cycle day

    CIO - Cry it out

    CM - cervical mucus

    CVS - Chorionic Villus Sampling

    DA - dairy allergy

    DH, DW, DP, DS, DD, DF, DB, - dear husband, dear wife, dear partner, dear son, dear daughter, dear fiance, dear boyfriend

    DSD, DSS - dear step daughter, dear step son

    DI - Donor Insemination

    DPO - days past ovulation

    DXP - Dear ex partner - for those who still have a close and caring relationship with their former partner/parent of their children

    EA - egg allergy

    EBM - expressed breast milk

    EP - Ectopic Pregnancy

    ER - Egg Retrieval

    ET - Embryo Transfer

    ETA - Edited To Add

    EW or EWCM - Egg White or Egg White Cervical Mucus (description of cervical mucus at ovulation time)

    FET - Frozen Embryo Transfer (or fertilised egg transfer)

    FSH - Follicle Stimulating Hormone

    FWIW - for what it's worth

    FYI - for your information

    *g* - grin

    GIFT - Gamete Intrafallopian Transfer

    GD - Gestational Diabetes

    GYN - gynaecologist

    HPT - home pregnancy test

    HTH - hope this helps

    ICSI - Intracytoplasmic Sperm Insertion

    IMO - in my opinion

    IMHO - in my humble opinion

    IUI - Intrauterine Insemination

    IVF - In Vitro Fertilisation

    IYKWIM - if you know what I mean

    JMHO - just my humble opinion

    LI - lactose intolerance

    LOL - laughing out loud

    MIL, FIL, BIL, SIL - mother, father, brother, sister-in-law

    M/C - miscarriage

    M/S - morning sickness

    O - Ovulation

    OB - Obstetrician

    OHSS - Ovarian Hyper Stimulation Syndrome

    OI - Ovulation Induction

    OPK - ovulation predictor test kit

    OPU - Ovum (Egg) Pick Up

    PA - peanut allergy

    PG - pregnant

    PCOS - Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome

    POAS - Pee On A Stick

    POF - Premature Ovarian Failure

    POF - Premature Ovarian Failure

    PMSL - pi$$ myself laughing

    ROFL - rolling on floor laughing

    ROFLMAO - roll on floor laughing my a$$ off

    SAHM - stay at home mum

    S/B - Still birth

    SD - step daughter

    SS - step son

    SO - significant other

    TIA - thanks in advance

    TMI - Too much information

    TTC - trying to conceive

    UTD - Up the duff

    U/S - Ultrasound

    WAHM - work at home mum

    2WW - 2 week wait (wait after ovulation when TTC)
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    Thank you soo much interested woman, that helps heaps and now i can know what everyone is talking about.

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    Hi! A newbie here too. Looking forward to a good discussion with you guys!

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    Hi Cayla, yes! Welcome! Have you gals already started TTC? What health prep have you done?

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    Yeah we have started. I've been taking the prenatal vitamins, had a pre conception check up where all my bloods were good . The hardest thing has been sticking to a exercise and healthy eating routine. I've managed to stay away from alcohol which is a big achievement. I'm trying to get in a routine of walking the dogs everyday and not being tempted by fast food but it's hard.


 

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