BFP Today! What we did differently this month + symptoms
Cycle #3, first cycle using pre-seed. Was on nuvaring before TTC.
What we've been doing:
-Pre-natal vitamins (prescribed by doctors - it's called "Preg-Vit" with morning and evening vitamins)
-charting, bbt temping first thing in the morning
-eating healthy, white meat, salmon, lots of vegetables, cut out alot of sugars and oils
What we did differently this cycle:
-pre-seed during bd
-using pre-seed for at home insemination (and using a dropper to pick up the swimmers and inseminate using the pre-seed applicator)
-Very very mild cramps that is unlike pms cramps lasted since 8dpo (on and off throughout the day)
-very tired and sleepy since 10dpo, i had to take naps after work, and still very tired the next morning
-nosebleed today, lasted for 1 min (which made me take the test)
-Have been feeling really warm the past few days (i usually feel cold)
Overall I don't have very many symptoms...
Will be calling the doctor to have a blood test taken.
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