MWUAHHH, YES 14 DAYS OF PAINFUL WAITING LOL! I did hear aspirin works. I am takinh progestrone cream (natural from health store) as well as prenatals. We also used preseeed because last time we got preggers first try on both miscarriage cycles using preseed. Im hoping for STICKY beans for us both! I AM STALKING YOU TOO! LOL..
I just ordered some cream online. When do you use it and how much?
Yes we are lucky that we get pregnant so easily too but like you its keeping them thats the problem. Hopefully the cream will work for you this time!! Good luck with the TWW the last one for me was hell but not going to think about it this month, well I'm going to try not to lol xxx
MWAHH. THANKS! OK so I paid 21.00 for the cream and it says use cd8-28 and stop when you are at 28 or when you are on the first day of AF. You use 1/4 teaspoon on wrist, thighs, or tummy..Wherever you feel comfy. Twice a day! I am rubbing it in hoping if I get my BFP it sticks! I am holding your hand hun! COME ON BFPS! WE NEED YOU AND WANT YOU TO STICK!!
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