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Old May 31st, 2018, 04:23 AM   11
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Yeah it was like a shadow that kept catching my eye, I assumed it was just the indent, but thought I’d crack it open and see if there was actually anything there or had colour and I could see it straight away. Don’t know if it’s just a really obvious incident tho x



 
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Old Jun 1st, 2018, 03:17 AM   12
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Well todayís looks no different (8dpo pretty sure I OV on 24th). I havenít got anymore tests and canít justify the cost now. Getting really annoyed with these tests. Donít understand why Iíve not fallen pregnant by now, been trying since October and I know Iím coming on 36 this year but it doesnít usually take this long

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Old Jun 1st, 2018, 05:26 AM   13
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I know it’s frustrating when it may have happened quicker before, but it isn’t unusual for it to take a good year. However, I think the advice is if you are otherwise healthy and haven’t conceived within six months or a year at 35+ (Can’t remember) then the doctor can refer you to the fertility clinic for investigation.

My husband and I conceived our two children really easily. Our son on our third cycle and our daughter weeks after having our son, without trying.
This time however, it couldn’t have been more different. There are plenty of couples who have had a much longer journey than us but for us this felt like a long time. Month 18 we finally got pregnant with a sticky baby, after having twelve chemicals. I had a thin uterine lining (I was referred for a pelvic scan to check everything was ok), making it highly unlikely anything that attempted to implant would stay put. I had also had a polyp which probably got in the way too. I’m 35, we got pregnant with this child just a little more than a week before my 35th birthday.
I would suggest asking your doctor for a referral, it can’t hurt. You may not need it, there may not be anything wrong, it may just be taking time. But to put your mind at ease perhaps ask



 
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Old Jun 2nd, 2018, 04:39 AM   14
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Thanks for your reply xxx I didn’t think you get help if you already have children. I think I may of had a chemical in January, but can’t be sure. I need to stop putting pressure on myself because I got really upset yesterday. I should just be greatful for my children I have now xxx



 
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Old Jun 2nd, 2018, 04:42 AM   15
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Iím not buying the frer anymore. Went and bought a twin pack of Tesco tests as thatís all I could afford plus in my last pregnancy they were really good. Blue dye and donít know if they would show faint lines anyway.

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Old Jun 2nd, 2018, 06:25 AM   16
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I still see a faint line on there, its really hard to tell. I know the blue line tests are meant to be bad for false positives though

How many days dpo are you now? Keep testing away.

I really hope its ur BFP

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Old Jun 2nd, 2018, 13:46 PM   17
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I see a second line their hoping its the start of a tescos was good for me also, frer were crap with my last one also fx xx



 
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Old Jun 2nd, 2018, 14:43 PM   18
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I see a faint line!



 
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Old Jun 2nd, 2018, 15:08 PM   19
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I defo see a faint line on your latest test



 
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Old Jun 2nd, 2018, 15:28 PM   20
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I’m not holding out much hope seen as the frer was negative yesterday, I think I’m 8 dpo as got a pos OV test on 24th, usually OV same day, but it could be out I guess. I’ve got one test to use in morning xx feel like I see faint lines on all my tests.



 
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