Congrats Crystal!!!! And don't worry about the lines still being faint, those wondfo's are so super sensitive. So when you get the faintest of lines on them, your levels are literally a 6 or 7, so you are seeing them rise from a very low number Congrats!!!
Crystal I have everything crossed for you for a sticky bean! I really hope that we can be bump buddies, that would be the best!! Thanks for the encouragement. It's hard to stay pos. My temp went up this am. Hopeing that is the start of a triphasic chart!!! Where in CA are you from? I am from there too!
Shelley for levels still going up! I am so happy for you and your sticky bean!! My MIL has rhemitoid (sp) arthritis and was diagnossed at age 20. When she was pregnant with my dh she says she never felt better! Pregnancy put all of her symptoms into remission! Fxd the same happens for you!
Mammag yay for o!!
Belinda for o!! Sure it will be real real soon!
Afm very very crampy. Tons of creamy cm (I know, tmi, sorry! hehe) backache. All kinds of stuff. We will see!
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