Being a LTTC'er I am sick of having to decide when to BD. So I'm going to ask B&B to decide for me!
I got my positive OPK today. Last month we BD'd the day before, the day of and the day after my positive OPK. Obviously it didn't work. I have tried every which way going. I have had two nonsticky PGs, the first was pre-charting and the second we just BD'd every other day.
We BD'd last night (and we were not hugely interested in it, tbh, so it was a quickie). So, do we BD tongiht, BD before work tomorrow morning or BD tomorrow evening?
how come you werent hugely interested? if ttc is taking a toll on you, have a break from charting and opking and hpting for just one month. take time away from thinking about charts and make love rather than make babies. xxx bd when you feel like it hun xxx
Thanks, but we've already had about 6 months off from charting and BD to order and we are now feeling strong enough to have another go at it. OH was quite tired last night and when he's not really into it, I'm not really into it.
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