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Old Nov 2nd, 2009, 03:53 AM   1
Ladybird28
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Temps at highest ever, 13dpo...still bfn?


I'm 13 dpo today, have sore bbs, temps now at highest they've been,been more emotional in last day or so yet I've tested for last few days and all bfn. Bfn this morning too and not even a whiff of a faint line or anything. Just so frustrated, if witch is gonna show just wanna know, being in limbo is doing my head in!! X



 
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Old Nov 2nd, 2009, 04:00 AM   2
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Aww I am the same, 13DPO temp still high (not the highest) but BFN!! I was due AF today and normally spot the day before but not had anything. I want that or AF to just show up!!




 
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Old Nov 2nd, 2009, 04:04 AM   3
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hope u get ur bfps soon xx



 
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Old Nov 2nd, 2009, 04:19 AM   4
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Isn't it infuriating!! And it's so difficult to try and put it out of your mind. I just want my bfp or to get on with the next cycle. Hope we both get our answers asap! X



 
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I know exactily how you feel. Do you have any AF cramps? x



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Isn't it infuriating!! And it's so difficult to try and put it out of your mind. I just want my bfp or to get on with the next cycle.
Exactily. TTC is the centre of my life. Nothing else matters. The waiting is unbearable.

I'm almost certainly out this month. Falling temps, don't feel pregnant in the slightest, BFN on Friday, and AF cramps Don't feel as though I have any support.



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Isn't it infuriating!! And it's so difficult to try and put it out of your mind. I just want my bfp or to get on with the next cycle.
Exactily. TTC is the centre of my life. Nothing else matters. The waiting is unbearable.

I'm almost certainly out this month. Falling temps, don't feel pregnant in the slightest, BFN on Friday, and AF cramps Don't feel as though I have any support.
aww hun, you know we are all here for you. I can't think bout anything else myself at the mo, it makes me wonder if we aren't stressing ourselves out and making the witch stay away



 
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Isn't it infuriating!! And it's so difficult to try and put it out of your mind. I just want my bfp or to get on with the next cycle.
Exactily. TTC is the centre of my life. Nothing else matters. The waiting is unbearable.

I'm almost certainly out this month. Falling temps, don't feel pregnant in the slightest, BFN on Friday, and AF cramps Don't feel as though I have any support.
aww hun, you know we are all here for you. I can't think bout anything else myself at the mo, it makes me wonder if we aren't stressing ourselves out and making the witch stay away
I don't buy into all this 'stress' lark. Physical abuse (bad diet, drinking, smoking) is way more influential when ttc. When I was at the most stressed of my life (law exams on a 100% exam degree) I still had regular periods. I'm not as stressed as I was back then, so while stress may be a minor factor, it's certainly not a major one.

When's your AF due? x



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I had a job interview last month and had to do a lot of studying for it and managed to turn myself into a nervous wreck. Lo and behold af was 6 days late which was out of the ordinary for me as I always have a cycle of between 28-30 days, so I think stress must affect all of us in different ways.
I've taken that af should have been due on 31st but bit confused due to last month x



 
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I had a job interview last month and had to do a lot of studying for it and managed to turn myself into a nervous wreck. Lo and behold af was 6 days late which was out of the ordinary for me as I always have a cycle of between 28-30 days, so I think stress must affect all of us in different ways.
I've taken that af should have been due on 31st but bit confused due to last month x
So I'm assuming you O'd late last month? Did you chart?



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