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Old Oct 17th, 2013, 04:59 AM   31
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Hey ladies,

Just a little update. I had an internal exam at the hospital a week ago due to some previous worries regaridng my heavy/irregular periods. Turns out I have a few cysts on my overies. It might not be full blown PCOS but just means it could take a bit longer for me to get pregnant.

Still, im hopeful that i'll get my BFP once i begin ttc. I move over begining of November. not long now!

Hows everyone else doing? xxx
Heya; Thanks for the update! That's 'sucky' news . Would feel like such a setback . Hopefully it's not full blown, and that it doesn't put too much of a delay on the ttc process! Blowing lots of baby dust your way!

Speaking of baby dust; I'm currently 5 days late for my monthly - normally would be "YAY" - But I tested when I was 2 days late, and turned up a negative. Not really experiencing any symptoms either, so that's a bit of a worry. Trying to stay positive! But also not holding my breath, way back in may I was 12 days late - and no positive pregnancy; so I'm hoping it's not a repeat. It threw my cycle out of whack for a little after, and it's only just got back to normal again! Will keep you all updated! Going to retest on Tuesday if there's still no monthly by then. Fingers crossed it will be a positive! Would be nice! We'll see .



 
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Old Oct 17th, 2013, 07:35 AM   32
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Yeah i was a bit bummed but then I thought to myself that I haven't even tried yet. November will be my first time ttc so I shouldn't give up before I've even started. My doctor seems hopeful as my periods are regular just long. I do ovulate as I have been charting with OPKs for a few months, so not all bad news.

She did say that it is a good time to start ttc as I'm still young and it could take a while.

Thanks for the baby dust. Sprinkling lots your way too. I hope you get your BFP!! x



 
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Old Oct 19th, 2013, 00:51 AM   33
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Yeah i was a bit bummed but then I thought to myself that haven't even tried yet. November will be my first time ttc so I shouldn't give up before I've even started. My doctor seems hopeful as my are regular just long. I do ovulate as I have been charting with OPKs for a few month,s so not all bad news.
Definitely - You never know the course nature will take, people with no health complications can take ages to conceive, Yet people with many complications can conceive quickly. All comes down to timing, and luck really if the little swimmers make it to their destination or not.
Oh also, no BFP in my house yet - monthly came last night - so guttered. But at the same time expected it. Another month ahead I guess then .



 
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Old Oct 20th, 2013, 11:26 AM   34
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Sorry you didnt get your bfp this month

I have a feeling November is going to be lucky for us all so fingers crossed



 
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Old Oct 20th, 2013, 15:00 PM   35
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Hi Ladies!!

I haven't posted on the forum much but I saw this post and had to reply

After a change in my life circumstances, I'm just starting to look into becoming a solo mummy, Its all a bit mind boggling still so much to look into and consider before I can actually start the process of treatment, I hope I can still post on the thread even tho I am at the very start of my journey.

Fairytales xx



 
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Old Oct 21st, 2013, 05:52 AM   36
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Hi ladies, I'm a month out from embryo transfer. Just started Lupron last night. I worry about resting after the transfer because my almost 2 year old will most definitely want to be lifted up every second of the day. As a single parent with no family around, these things get real challenging.

Good luck during the tww birdies and all the best for the next try kn.
Hope it all goes well. What made you decide to go at it solo, if you don't mind me asking? Haven't found any other single lesbians ttc on here lol.



 
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Old Oct 22nd, 2013, 00:50 AM   37
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Hi ladies, I'm a month out from embryo transfer. Just started Lupron last night. I worry about resting after the transfer because my almost 2 year old will most definitely want to be lifted up every second of the day. As a single parent with no family around, these things get real challenging.

Good luck during the tww birdies and all the best for the next try kn.
Hope it all goes well. What made you decide to go at it solo, if you don't mind me asking? Haven't found any other single lesbians ttc on here lol.
Melody, I decided to go solo a year after my partner and I broke up. I was not ready to invest in a new relationship then add a new baby to the mix. I felt it would be a recipe for disaster. I didn't have time to do relationship, let it bake then have the baby. I was pushing 37 when the breakup happened.

AFM: Embry transfer tomorrow and because I screwed up my days, my donor (a friend and father of my toddler) will be taking me to my appointments and picking the kid up from daycare. This kind of convoluted scenarios only happen to me



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Old Oct 22nd, 2013, 04:09 AM   38
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Hi Ladies!!

I haven't posted on the forum much but I saw this post and had to reply

After a change in my life circumstances, I'm just starting to look into becoming a solo mummy, Its all a bit mind boggling still so much to look into and consider before I can actually start the process of treatment, I hope I can still post on the thread even tho I am at the very start of my journey.

Fairytales xx
Course you can post! Welcome . Nice to have someone else to talk with too. Goodluck with the start of your journey!


Hope everything goes well Cranberry! That's nice of your donor to do . All the best x



 
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Old Oct 22nd, 2013, 04:11 AM   39
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Sorry you didnt get your bfp this month

I have a feeling November is going to be lucky for us all so fingers crossed
Hahaa thanks Melody! I'm hoping so! November would be a perfect month! . We decided that we wouldn't go over December - Donor has 2 of his own kids - by his own; i mean kids he hasn't donated for hahaa. So he wants to spend xmas with them - And I have my own siblings and family, so figured we would have a break over December - But he's happy to start again january, just hope we don't have too!



 
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Cranberry: I know what you mean. I've seriously wanted children for about 4 years now but I did not want to wait for the possibility of maybe meting the right person. I don't see myself getting into a serious relationship for a while, and now with the possible pcos, i'd rather start ttc now.

KN: Well I've got my fingers crossed for you next month!



 
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