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    I agree completely Ponytail.

    9dpo today...might stop by the chemist today and get some tests!

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    :-(
    Tmi- bleeding today... Cycle is moving up to 37 days... It gets longer and longer each cycle... :-(
    Means I can't give DH some lovin' when I see him tonight in Perth for the first time since Monday night... Stupid body!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ponytail View Post
    Sweet shoes channy! Love them!

    I'm feeling very down today, my hubby told me last night that friends of ours are UTD. She was on the pill and he has little to no sperm due to sperm production hormone problems blah blah blah pituitary gland issue. Sigh.

    Everywhere I look there are people bragging how they weren't even trying, got pregnant first go or accidently got pregnant while actively preventing. I am sick to death of whinging pregnant people wailing about "wahh i just want it out of me" yeah well i would die to experience what you are so be grateful!! I am doing everything right and we actually want this baby more than anything, i know there are ladies out there that have waited so much longer than me and its not fair, the universe is so screwed up! /rant

    On a lighter note its friiiiiiday I plan on taking my horse on a nice long trail ride to my local pine plantation and forget TTC for a few hours
    How about everyone else? X
    I'm having a tough time dealing with other people being pregnant too. There is one on my FB that is constantly complaining about how had being pregnant is and I really want to say something like imagine how hard it is to want to be pregnant but can't.. But I don't, I just hid her from my feed...

    Sounds like you have a nice weekend planned Ponytail

    We have 2 of my cousins 21sts and I'm going to the footy, so a busy weekend ahead!

    Back on topic... It's been 5 days since my last clomid tablet and I'm now just waiting to see if it makes me O so not much to report yet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlotchedTabby View Post
    I agree completely Ponytail.

    9dpo today...might stop by the chemist today and get some tests!
    Fxfx hun, tell us how you go and don't get down if it's bfn - still early xx

    @Ponytail; I hear you lovely. Getting over the 'relax it will happen' statements! If me and DP relaxed, we wouldn't be dtd half as much because of his hours.. So we probably wouldn't fall if we didn't try!!

    My work mates DD was born this morning. Just got a photo. She is gooooorgeous. She's #3 for them..

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    Oh I hate the "relax" comments or even better "just don't think about it" oh ok, no problem, ill just find the switch that says "off" lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChannyV View Post
    Oh I hate the "relax" comments or even better "just don't think about it" oh ok, no problem, ill just find the switch that says "off" lol
    Me too! I don't ovulate on my own so if I wasn't proactive with TTC I'd never get pregnant. 'Relaxing' is not going to cure my PCOS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by munchkin859 View Post
    :-(
    Tmi- bleeding today... Cycle is moving up to 37 days... It gets longer and longer each cycle... :-(
    Means I can't give DH some lovin' when I see him tonight in Perth for the first time since Monday night... Stupid body!!!


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    He will be able to give you a cuddle though and try to distract you.

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    Sure you can. Shower! :-P (I know.. tmi but, what's more body fluid between lovers? )
    *hides*

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    Hi to everyone and good luck. I am new on here and at themomentI am 4DPT. I have a blood test on the 17th. Still not up with all the abbreviations but Im sure I will pick it up. The waiting is sooooooooo hard.

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    While everyone is venting...just thought I'd pop something in.

    It took us years to have our first, whilst our friends had all their children. We have now found that with some people because their kids are different ages and their kids don't like playing with younger kids (somehow they feel it belittles them?) we no longer hang out.
    I remember one of my bil's suggesting that we weren't doing it right (by this stage they were onto their 3rd of 5 pregnancies that all went smoothly, no problems, quick labours and no mc, all fell on first cycle) I realised that he had no idea of how things worked one day when he said to us when his baby was 4 weeks gestation, ie. just found out, that they knew they were pregnant 2 weeks ago - hmmm. So, yes, for some people it just happens and they don't have to have any idea on the finer details of the birds and the bees!

    I love my kids and fortunately they help distract me from everything that's gone on this year. For some people children are a burden, an accessory, for us they are part of our family and we love doing family activities together. (I think the only thing I miss are the sleep-ins!)

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