I came across this while reading some of the TTC journals. Have any of you tried it / know people who have tried it? What about for first time ttc?
It looks quite simple, BD every other day from CD8, take O tests from day 10 and when you O you BD on that day, then the next two days, miss the fourth and BD again on the 5th.
Is it just me or does it sound a little too bit easy? Still I'm thinking of trying it with pre-seed as well. I think I'm just trying to think of something positive to do next month as is due in about 48 hours! Hopefully I won't need it, but best to prepare for the worst eh?
There was a post about this not too long ago! I thought it seemed pretty do-able and as i was trying the every other day thing this month, decided to throw in the 3 days around ovulation thing in. Don't know how the results will be for atleast another week :P but i do hope it works!
And if i remember correctly from the last post i saw about this (correct me if i'm wrong!), Tiffers said the month she fell pregnant was when she tried the "sperm meets egg plan" so there is one success story!
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