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    Quote Originally Posted by jto83 View Post
    So I did this test first thing this morning. Waited 3 minutes and nothing. Just went back after 1.5 hour and looked and it's got a faints positive. Do I disregard because it's been over an hour?
    Sorry to crash ladies. I just wanted to say this looks more like a + then an evap line. Did you look at it after the 3min (but before 10-15min?). How many dpo are you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jto83 View Post
    So I did this test first thing this morning. Waited 3 minutes and nothing. Just went back after 1.5 hour and looked and it's got a faints positive. Do I disregard because it's been over an hour?
    The only way to be sure is repeat tomorrow morning, but it is hard to get a false positive with modern HPTs (the science behind them is very specific) so your chances are good. Let us know tmrw!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by singa06 View Post
    Sorry to crash ladies. I just wanted to say this looks more like a + then an evap line. Did you look at it after the 3min (but before 10-15min?). How many dpo are you?
    No I looked after 3 min and then 5 mins 5, then gave up. An hour later I remembered I hadn't thrown it away, went to look and it was there so way over 10 mins! I have no idea what an evap line looks like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    The only way to be sure is repeat tomorrow morning, but it is hard to get a false positive with modern HPTs (the science behind them is very specific) so you're chances are good. Let us know tmrw!!
    I will do another in the morning.
    Thanks for everyone's support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumofprincess View Post
    Well I'm pretty sure I O'd yesterday due to sharp pains and my boobs are killing me but DP and I had a huge fight last night (we never fight) cause he thinks I'm trying to rush to have a baby, so we didn't dtd. This coming from the guy that told me to keep my legs up 2 nights ago!
    He is 7yrs younger than me, I'm 38 and there will already be 6yrs between dd and a baby. I'm also studying, nearing completion, and don't want to finish, start working, then get preg and stop and I want another baby before I'm 40. I did explain that there is only a short window every month that I can get preg, then when we do I could miscarry again (had 3) then there is 9months before the baby is born. It's our third month of TTC so I don't think rushing is even a word you can use with TTC! Anyway sorry for looonng post. Needed to vent and feel sad today that probably missed O window. Men !!

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    Firstly, I think men get a little stressed by the pressure we inadvertently place on them, and work themselves up about being able to perform, and knowing if they cannot, then disappointing us. When you tell them that "we have to have sex tonight", many men freak out and cannot perform due to the pressure...and avoid the situation by starting a fight. But, as you rightly point out, a woman's fertile window is brief.
    On the bright side, as we have discussed alot recently, your most fertile days are the 2-3 days before ovulation, and the 12 hours after...so if you had sex 2 nights ago, you have fulfilled this criteria...
    And good luck!
    Last edited by J37; 11-07-2012 at 21:53.

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    Quote Originally Posted by larazie View Post
    When i was preg with my DD my gyno told me not to use heat on my belly but u can use it on ur back
    That's a very conservative approach, but heat packs are used alot in Labour Ward and for general discomfort in pregnancy. I found a warm pack (not boiling) invaluable. But, every one should do what they feel comfortable doing. And doctors always disagree amongst themselves (being a doctor myself, I can tell you we don't always agree!...It's ultimately up to the patient.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    Firstly, I think men get a little stressed by the pressure we inadvertently place on them, and work themselves up about being able to perform, and knowing if they cannot, then disappointing us. When you tell them that "we have to have sex tonight", many men freak out and cannot perform due to the pressure...and avoid the situation by starting a fight. But, as you rightly point out, a woman's fertile window is brief.
    On the bright side, as we have discussed alot recently, your most fertile days are the 2-3 days before ovulation, and the 12 hours after...so if you had sex 2 nights ago, you have fulfilled this criteria...
    And good luck!
    Fully agree last month Dh asked me to not tell him when my fertile period was he said he felt too pressured. Fast forward to this month i didnt tell him but he guessed but it still took a bit of the pressure off we only ended up dtd once but it was fantastic! (tmi)

    Im 5/6dpo feel like i have light period cramping trying not to think about it too much, but of course i am, silly obsessed ttc brain.

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    If I am not pregnant I am going to cry! I have so many symptoms!
    I am bloated to the max, I am nauseous, my bbs are feeling rather full, smells are making me gag...
    Please don't all be in my head.
    10 dpo tomorrow, based on past pregnancies it will be to early to test, but I'll probably cave and test anyway. *rollseyes*

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    Since we've started ttc, I have not verbally alerted DH to my fertile window. I didn't want to put to much pressure on him. I figure as long as I know, I can seduce him when I need to. It hasn't helped us get utd yet, but at least there is only one of us stressing out.

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    I'm out for this month. We got a BFN yesterday
    Good luck everyone and congratulations to all the BFP's


 

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