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    Quote Originally Posted by ChannyV View Post
    I would love to get to know you all. What number babe are we all ttcing?
    TTC #2 has a DS who is 14months old on to our 7th cycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChannyV View Post
    I would love to get to know you all. What number babe are we all ttcing?
    TTC no 2. DS has just turned two. About to start our fifth cycle.

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    I will be testing end of Sept but really shouldn't be until 3rd October so could i please be put on
    If no luck, then would expect to be testing again on 31st October too.

    This second round in September means that we are now onto cycle #5 of TTC our 3rd bub.
    Most probably know me from previous months - but for those that may not, we are using OPK's and an app at the moment and trying to find the right timing with FIFO.

    to everyone for October!

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    Exciting! I hope October is a positive month for us all. Gosh the time drags when ur ttc

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    We are on our 2nd cycle trying for #1

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    Hey ChannyV! Could you please put me down for October 18th please 😊

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    Hi lovelies,
    This is our first cycle trying with the help of Clomid and Pregnyl. I'll be testing on October 10. Good luck to everyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChannyV View Post
    I would love to get to know you all. What number babe are we all ttcing?
    TTC Baby #1.

    I have PCOS so we've gone to Repromed after trying but getting no where trying to track my 72 - 210 day "cycles". Fun times.

    This is my first round of Clomid teamed with the Pregnyl trigger shot.

    Goodluck ladies

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    Hmm, cm question guys.
    So I've started using Ovia, and with the cm they have the three options - watery/eggwite/sticky/none.
    My question is, I'm kinda halfway between watery and ewcm. Want to try and get as accurate results as possible, so how would you normally chart it? It's definitely not very stretchy, but it's not watery.

    If that makes sense....

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    I am ttc #4 this is cycle 13 for us. My cycles started as 28 days and are now 24 days

    Quote Originally Posted by Elaria086 View Post
    Hmm, cm question guys.
    So I've started using Ovia, and with the cm they have the three options - watery/eggwite/sticky/none.
    My question is, I'm kinda halfway between watery and ewcm. Want to try and get as accurate results as possible, so how would you normally chart it? It's definitely not very stretchy, but it's not watery.

    If that makes sense....
    what was yesterday's CM? You could mark it the same if it's watery. Or make a note on your chart.

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