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    Quote Originally Posted by jenv View Post
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    Took another one just to double check i was actually ovulating lol...

    1st one was took at 800am
    2nd one was taken at 10am..

    Wowzer! excited! its finally here, and Hubby has agreed to bd 4 days straight! fx this is it ladies

    sending everyone some baby dust!! <3
    Yay! For O and DH's commitment! Fx for all of us! x


    Out of interest, is it necessary to DTD every day? Or is every second day enough?

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    Wowsers - lots of +ve OPKs at the moment! You ladies are going to be busy over the next few days!

    Shrillian, apparently every 2 to 3 days is ok. There is one school of thought that doing it every day can impact the quality of spermies but I'm no doctor so can't say for sure. I take the approach of doing it every second day right through my cycle but haven't had a BFP yet.

    AF finished yesterday for me and DH and I got straight into it - one BD down, lots more to go! Could I please be put down for testing on the 28th Feb? I may well end up having to test in Mar, just depends on what my cycle throws at me this time around!!

    Baby dust to you all.........

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    Most docs suggest "2-3 times a week" throughout your whole cycle. This way it's almost impossible to miss O

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    As a rule of thumb the signs for O are EWCM, high soft open cervix and a drop in temp. If you don't notice CM when you wipe, if you want you can check by doing a quick internal swipe of your cervix with your finger. I find the best time is after you pee, cos the motion of going to the toilet squeezes some out (way tmi I know haha).

    But generally if you BD for around 3-4 days when you get a positive opk you should definitely have caught the egg.

    Most reading I have done suggests that "saving up" sperm (ie not BDing regularly) doesn't do any good. You're better off being regular (but not bunny rabbits IYKWIM haha).

    As for me, really not feeling it this cycle. Really depressed this time round for some reason and not overly hopeful. Due to O approx 14/2 so if I'm lucky valentines day will be a good day in regards to catching the egg. Fortunately I should O the week I am child free (I split 50/50 custody with my boys' father) so I will have extra opportunity to chase that egg

    Congrats to the new BFPs and good luck to everyone else

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    CD17 and I finally have my surge. Now I just need to get DH to continue BDing for the next couple of days.

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    So many pos opks! Fx you catch the eggy - babyblu, Shrillian and jenv .

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    Ok with my previous pregnancies i never noticed but implantation bleed, is it actual spotting of blood or can it be red tinged cm? Sorry if this is TMI but atm i have sticky very faintly red cm and i refuse to google haha

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    Thanks Ladies. FS had told us to only DTD every second day to maintain sperm quality, which is why I'd asked. I might stick with that as DTD every day sounds a little... painful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lottiemum View Post
    Ok with my previous pregnancies i never noticed but implantation bleed, is it actual spotting of blood or can it be red tinged cm? Sorry if this is TMI but atm i have sticky very faintly red cm and i refuse to google haha

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    It can be pink tinged cm. how many dpo are you?

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    Im not exactly sure when i Od so either 4 or 5 dpo. My cycles are erratic.

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