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    Well DH is in trouble lol. Got a peak reading on my OPK this morning 😄😄😄 It is the clear blue one with dual hormone indicator, but I didn't get a "high" reading, it just went straight to peak!!! Poor DH has a really sore back at the moment too but he is such a trooper
    You might not see me on here for a few days lol 😜😜😜 Fingers crossed for some BFP's this cycle.
    I am going to test on my birthday which is April 8th(if I can wait that long)...unless AF show her ugly face before then!

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    Haha just jump on top and he can't complain of a sore back if he's just laying there 😝

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    Hahaha @MrsTugs too true. Just have DH lay on his back and cowgirl yeeehhhhhhhhhaaaaa hahahah

    I'm ok with the fact that I waited because if I had of conceived then, I would not have been ready anyway. I'm ok atm just waiting for it to happen. I haven't got to the point of despair just yet, but I know it's not far away!

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    For all that it sucks, the stats show that perfectly healthy young couples can take up to 12 months to conceive. It's highly possible there's absolutely nothing wrong and it's just taking some time. But I think you're making the right decision being proactive. We were and I'm ever grateful for it.

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    Default 2014 at last! Time for some bfps! #4

    Yes exactly! Couldn't agree more @MrsTugs.
    I have heard from my GP and also the specialist I went to, this exact sentence. They weren't concerned when I said 6 months even tho at that stage it was about 2 of ttc!
    I still want to have the pelvic scan just to see I don't have endo or some obstruction in there. My u/s for my pcos was normal but she wasn't really looking for much else imo. Anywya only time will tell. My BFF invited me to a first aid course for mums. All of the ladies have bubs who were invited and this is the first event where I just can't do because I feel in one word, too sad to go.

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    Oh I'm so sorry hun. I hope your journey is over soon and you'll have all the time in the world for first aid courses on your boring mat leave 😝😘

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    Quote Originally Posted by clucky_duck View Post
    Yes exactly! Couldn't agree more @MrsTugs.
    I have heard from my GP and also the specialist I went to, this exact sentence. They weren't concerned when I said 6 months even tho at that stage it was about 2 of ttc!
    I still want to have the pelvic scan just to see I don't have endo or some obstruction in there. My u/s for my pcos was normal but she wasn't really looking for much else imo. Anywya only time will tell. My BFF invited me to a first aid course for mums. All of the ladies have bubs who were invited and this is the first event where I just can't do because I feel in one word, too sad to go.
    endo is very rarely diagnosed through ultrasound though. I have had stage 4 endometriosis removed twice, and it has never been visible on an ultrasound - they've always found it through laparoscopy...

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    Yes it sucks...but if I look at it with positivity, at least when my time finally arrives, I feel like I'll appreciate it that much word-if I'm allowed to say that? Not that I think those mums don't relish in motherhood, but I know, for me, when things are harder to get...it's just SO much more wonderful!

    Oh interesting @jussi...well I don't know then What made you have a laparoscopy in the first place then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by clucky_duck View Post
    Yes it sucks...but if I look at it with positivity, at least when my time finally arrives, I feel like I'll appreciate it that much word-if I'm allowed to say that? Not that I think those mums don't relish in motherhood, but I know, for me, when things are harder to get...it's just SO much more wonderful!

    Oh interesting @jussi...well I don't know then What made you have a laparoscopy in the first place then?
    Because they saw the fibroid on ultrasound, and I had lots of endometriosis symptoms. If you have enough symptoms though they will often do a laparoscopy as a diagnostic exercise

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    I agree. I know women who fall immediately make great mothers don't get me wrong at all.

    But I completely think this wait has made me appreciate a lot of things in my life.

    Afm, for those who don't know BT came back negative. I have a repeat today just in case something changes but not holding my breath.


 

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