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Old Mar 7th, 2011, 01:30 AM   11
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I know there are some women on here that get really offended by that (I actually used to feel that way a few months ago) but I completely understand you. I would feel the same exact way I know it's really early to even be thinking about it, but DH and I already decided that once we have our first we're going to NTNP for #2 immediately since we've been trying for 15 months so far. WE were sooooo careful about not getting preggo before we decided to try that it's like we never needed to worry about it in the first place. We want two together (though I would actually love 3). Anyhow, you get no hard feelings from me on that - I don't think it's greedy at all (now maybe if you were trying for #10+ that would be a different story ) How old are your children? My stepson is 10 and he's got the attitude of a 16 yr old



 
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Old Mar 7th, 2011, 04:51 AM   12
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I have PCOS and i almost always get positive OPKs! my cycles are sooooo long and i cant tell when i ovulated! temps are always all over the place and i never get EWCM the closest i get is watery CM.

I even bought a CBFM which i found frustrating because i got 30+ days of Highs and then gave up! lol but im going to give it another go after this cycles ends.

MY FS wont give us Clomid yet as she wants me to have a HSG but cant do that till my cycle is over........still waiting! my partner has male factor infertility (see siggy) so feel we are fighting a losing battle



 
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Old Mar 7th, 2011, 09:53 AM   13
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I know there are some women on here that get really offended by that (I actually used to feel that way a few months ago) but I completely understand you. I would feel the same exact way I know it's really early to even be thinking about it, but DH and I already decided that once we have our first we're going to NTNP for #2 immediately since we've been trying for 15 months so far. WE were sooooo careful about not getting preggo before we decided to try that it's like we never needed to worry about it in the first place. We want two together (though I would actually love 3). Anyhow, you get no hard feelings from me on that - I don't think it's greedy at all (now maybe if you were trying for #10+ that would be a different story ) How old are your children? My stepson is 10 and he's got the attitude of a 16 yr old
I definately won't mean to offend anyone...and for anyone that does, my apologies....but as I said...I'm entitled to how I feel....if someone doesn't like it then they can just R and R...no need to "give me a piece of their mind" and cause problems....I'm glad you understand!

My oldest is 9 years old...and my step-son is 9 years old too (they are only 4 months apart...lol) and my youngest is 20 months...there's an 8 year gap between my girls...and I won't want to have to wait that long again! I'm only 29 but I'm NOT getting any younger and neither is my husband...lol....he's already told me that he doesn't want to try and have kids after he turns 35...well....he turns 35 in December...so I'm really hoping I'll become pregnant SOMETIME this year....I've only had 2 cycles since 2009 and they were in Dec. 2010 and Feb 2011....and they were brought on by Provera....It looks like I got a positive opk yesterday at 7:45am....of all the tests I have taken that's the only one that got that dark....but when I tested this morning it was back to being very light....so I am classifying myself as 1DPO today....FX for a BFP!



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Old Mar 7th, 2011, 11:17 AM   14
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I don't have pcos but I do understand about being able to concise so fast with my other 2 and this time it's taking a little longer.



 
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Old Mar 7th, 2011, 15:06 PM   15
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this is my first month using OPKs and so far they have worked with me. I got a positive and it coincides with my temp raise



 
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I know there are some women on here that get really offended by that (I actually used to feel that way a few months ago) but I completely understand you. I would feel the same exact way I know it's really early to even be thinking about it, but DH and I already decided that once we have our first we're going to NTNP for #2 immediately since we've been trying for 15 months so far. WE were sooooo careful about not getting preggo before we decided to try that it's like we never needed to worry about it in the first place. We want two together (though I would actually love 3). Anyhow, you get no hard feelings from me on that - I don't think it's greedy at all (now maybe if you were trying for #10+ that would be a different story ) How old are your children? My stepson is 10 and he's got the attitude of a 16 yr old
I definately won't mean to offend anyone...and for anyone that does, my apologies....but as I said...I'm entitled to how I feel....if someone doesn't like it then they can just R and R...no need to "give me a piece of their mind" and cause problems....I'm glad you understand!

My oldest is 9 years old...and my step-son is 9 years old too (they are only 4 months apart...lol) and my youngest is 20 months...there's an 8 year gap between my girls...and I won't want to have to wait that long again! I'm only 29 but I'm NOT getting any younger and neither is my husband...lol....he's already told me that he doesn't want to try and have kids after he turns 35...well....he turns 35 in December...so I'm really hoping I'll become pregnant SOMETIME this year....I've only had 2 cycles since 2009 and they were in Dec. 2010 and Feb 2011....and they were brought on by Provera....It looks like I got a positive opk yesterday at 7:45am....of all the tests I have taken that's the only one that got that dark....but when I tested this morning it was back to being very light....so I am classifying myself as 1DPO today....FX for a BFP!
You should o 12-36 hours after a pos OPK (not always the case with us PCOSers). My temps fluctuate quite a bit, but the past two cycles of charting my temps there has been a definite shift in temps to confirm o. Also, right after I o, my bbs get extremely tender (increase in progesterone levels) so if you find that you get tender bbs a week or so before AF, that could help you confirm o as well. I'm 28 (29 next month) and DH is 33. Hopefully your DH will change his mind if you don't fall preg before Dec (that surely adds to your stress). KMFX for you



 
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I have PCOS and i almost always get positive OPKs! my cycles are sooooo long and i cant tell when i ovulated! temps are always all over the place and i never get EWCM the closest i get is watery CM.

I even bought a CBFM which i found frustrating because i got 30+ days of Highs and then gave up! lol but im going to give it another go after this cycles ends.

MY FS wont give us Clomid yet as she wants me to have a HSG but cant do that till my cycle is over........still waiting! my partner has male factor infertility (see siggy) so feel we are fighting a losing battle
What CD are you on right now??? Has she suggested putting you on provera to induce AF? That's what my FS had to do so I could get my HSG - they do that to make sure you don't have anything else going on like blocked tubes and to check your lining (which you prob already knew ). I'm so sorry to hear about your OH If you don't mind me asking, what types of treatment are they talking about? (I would think IUI first)



 
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Old Mar 7th, 2011, 19:06 PM   18
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Mine are always positive. Does anyone else have this problem.



 
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Old Mar 7th, 2011, 19:10 PM   19
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My guess is I don't ovulate as I NEVER get EWCM. I do get CM but it's never eggwhite atleast it doesn't seem like it to me. I am worried aswell that I will never get a positive. Your last test is darker so hopefully if you test twice a day for the next 2 days you will get a positive!!

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My guess is I don't ovulate as I NEVER get EWCM. I do get CM but it's never eggwhite atleast it doesn't seem like it to me. I am worried aswell that I will never get a positive. Your last test is darker so hopefully if you test twice a day for the next 2 days you will get a positive!!

good luck
Some women don't get EWCM, and only get watery CM as their most fertile. You can still get preg without EWCM (though that is the best), but you could try using preseed or conceive plus. They are both sperm friendly and can help with the ttc process. I just started using preseed last cycle - a lot less than recommended - and it was wonderful (DH loved it)! Do you temp at all?



 
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