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    Quote Originally Posted by LuvBug View Post
    waitinghoping ~ FX it was too early!

    Bond Girl ~ keep us posted, I have everything crossed you O'd this cycle!

    J37 ~ sorry hun, my brain failed me after a few posts... the thread has gotten very busy with lots of new faces... its awesome! I am hoping it was too early for you - how long have you been TTC'ing for again? ;

    Ladies who have been pg before... is it normal to feel really dizzy and light headed? I never had this with my DS and since yesterday I feel very light headed, even when I am sitting down! Freaking me out a bit...
    Thanks mate!
    Been trying for a second bub since August last year. Had 2 miscarriages in that time. But will keep trying, that's for sure!
    Are you feeling nauseated, and therefore not keeping up with your fluid intake? Dehydration is a common cause of light-headedness in early pregnancy.

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    BIG HUGS Dream Girl... what a shock to the system. Yes, stay off Google... something it can be more damaging than good.

    Take a deep breath and remember that everything happens when the time is right even if we don't think its right. You will get your BFP, just try and concentrate on yourself for now

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    Quote Originally Posted by dream girl View Post
    Feeling really flat right now. I've been to my FS this afternoon regarding initial test results. I wasn't planning on going back so soon however they called me to come in due to blood test results telling me that it looks like I'm insulin resistant. My results appear to be worse than just that and I'm now suspected of being diabetic. I need to go for a glucose test to find out. I've also been prescribed 1500mg of Diabex to commence immediately after my glucose test. I'm freaking out a bit and very overwhelmed :-( I've had to get of google cause the more I read the more confused & worried I got.

    Sorry about the rant everyone. Just really needed to talk to someone. I'm currently 9dpo and not sure if I should be even hoping to be pregnant cause if I am diabetic it really should be controlled before conceiving...
    Feel free to rant, that's why we are here. Avoid Google at all costs; there is SO MUCH misinformation. Ask your Specialist lots of questions; write them down as you think of them.
    Big hug for you; it must be confronting for you. J x.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    Thanks mate!
    Been trying for a second bub since August last year. Had 2 miscarriages in that time. But will keep trying, that's for sure!
    Are you feeling nauseated, and therefore not keeping up with your fluid intake? Dehydration is a common cause of light-headedness in early pregnancy.
    Wow, thats a long time... I am so sorry for your 2 miscarriages! I guess its at least positive that you know you can fall pregnant its just when the time is right. You will definitely get your BFP, I just know it...

    I am usually not good with drinking lots during the day but since yesterday I have made sure there is always water or fruit juice near me so that I constantly sip away. Hopefully it goes away soon, not loving the feeling but will cope as long as I know there is a little bean safely growing in my tum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    Actually, only the developing placenta produces bhCG. Sometimes, in non-pregnant women, you can get a level of 1 or 2. This is not actually bhCG, but antibodies which are detected by the assay method of the test. Does that make sense?
    Thanks for that J

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    Hi all!

    Just popping in to say hi. Hope everyone is well!!!

    I do my first insemination on Saturday night (CD11)!!!

    Eek!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    Hi all!

    Just popping in to say hi. Hope everyone is well!!!

    I do my first insemination on Saturday night (CD11)!!!

    Eek!
    Good luck! I am sure you know that speed is the essence for a home insemination; sperm don't last long outside the body. I am sure you know all this.
    Best of luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    Hi all!

    Just popping in to say hi. Hope everyone is well!!!

    I do my first insemination on Saturday night (CD11)!!!

    Eek!
    Good luck!!

    I'm currently in TTW and have some weird things happening with my body at present. Just trying to remain calm and wait out my two weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    Hi all!

    Just popping in to say hi. Hope everyone is well!!!

    I do my first insemination on Saturday night (CD11)!!!

    Eek!
    How exciting - all the best!

    How often will you be doing it (everyday till O or what... sorry, this is new to me). Have you got a donor or is it someone you know? Such an exciting time for you and your partner. FX you catch the eggy this month

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    Hi all
    Just thought I'd pop in and say hello.
    I'm 33, DB is 38, and we're ttc #1.
    This is only my first month off the pill so this is all very new (& a bit terrifying!) for me. I jumped the gun and tested yesterday at what I'm guessing would be 10dpo (assuming I have a 28 day cycle) and got a BFN. Not surprising but would have been lovely.
    Congrats to those who got their BFP
    and baby dust and fx to the rest of us


 

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