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18-03-2015 08:30 #31
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18-03-2015 08:32 #32
#1 - Decided to "risk it" twice (paying no attention to timing) and got pregnant
#2 - 4 or 5 months trying
18-03-2015 08:37 #33Senior Member
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- Jul 2011
DD1 - 4th cycle
DD2 - 1st cycle
18-03-2015 08:43 #34
#1 - took a year and one miscarriage to get our sticky bfp
#2 - just coming to the end of second cycle trying, not holding my breath. Expecting it to take at least a year again.
18-03-2015 09:44 #35
Fell pregnant first month trying both times.
18-03-2015 09:51 #36
3rd cycle- lost that one then
11th cycle for next one
18-03-2015 10:16 #37
How long did you try til you got your first BFP?
We tried for 6 months (charting etc) on our own before going to see a FS and being diagnosed with male factor. We went straight into IVF and were successful our 1st cycle. Then 2.5 years later tried IVF again and had a chemical/early miscarriage first time and are now 9weeks with our second.
Last edited by me+he&she=three; 18-03-2015 at 10:19.
18-03-2015 10:37 #38
DD1- found out 6 weeks after stopping the pill
DD2- 12 months and a few m/c
DD3- straight after giving birth to DD2
DD4- fell pregnant on the pill
18-03-2015 10:54 #39
DS - he wasn't planned
DD - about 5/6 cycles (only half hearted) trying before we got a bfp. We miscarried that baby and decided to properly try the next month, and got our sticky bfp.
current pregnancy - we were not trying, not preventing for about 3 months. I am still breastfeeding and my cycles haven't really returned to regular yet since dd so we just decided what will be will be.
18-03-2015 11:42 #40
DS1- three cycles off the pill
DS2- first try
Belly Bub- we weren't trying
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