Pink - LL is Lighter Life. You were away when we were talking about it. My FS recommended it to me since I'm struggling to lose weight and I can't get IVF until my BMI is below 35. We were put on the waiting list in April last year and it was about 18 months long then, but the place was conditional on me losing weight so I'm sort of on a time limit. Plus LL does lots of counselling to try and get you to work through the reasons why you overeat etc, which is what sold me on it.
I'll speak to my dad and see if he wants to make more bracelets once he's done I'll post pics of it once I get it.
AFM - forgot to say earlier, I didn't temp this morning because I woke up at 4.30 after a bad dream. I think I might have even been sobbing when I woke up I'm also still feeling really hot all the time. I've made an appointment for Friday to get checked out because I'm still not feeling right.
I've been doing a bit of research on IVF, I've got a rough idea of the whole process of it but I wanted to know what people actual experience of it was like. It's a scary prospect but if it gives me a baby then it's worth it
ickle; fingers crossed LL gets you on that path to a bouncing baby
pink:woohoo for CBFM reading!
sorry if i've missed anyone
Afm: off on holiday for a week and to start it off i get a call from the MW asking why i wasn't at my appt yesterday... no one passed on the message that i had a MC they even phoned the GP with no info given to them although i had phoned up both -sigh-
Good luck this morning Lozdi. Remember that this is an upbeat thread where no element of pregnancy talk needs to be avoided, so if you come back with a lovely scan pic, you definitely shouldnt hold back from posting it.
Glad you've made a decision one way or another about LL, ickle. I am sure it will be tough for the first few days, but we are all here to try to take your mind off that, and your eyes fixed on the prize ahead. I had one attempt at IVF before I managed to conceive DS but didn't respond well enough to the drugs to get to egg collection. I can certainly talk about what deregulation and stimulation is like though. Any questions just ask.
AFM, I'm really not with TTC this month. I jumped out of bed this morning, went to the loo and had a shower, then remembered I hadn't switched on my CBFM (which is anyway 2 days out because I forgot to reset it) and it was asking for the first stick this morning I managed to squeeze a few more drops out onto a stick, which I hope still counts as FMU as I hadn't eat or drunk anything in the meantime, and to my surprise got a high reading.
Today is CD8, and we dtd in the early hours of the morning when DH rolled home from a business dinner, so I hope that covers beginning SMEP. I wasn't sure whether that was technically CD7 or CD8 though! I shall try to remember to test for CBFM each morning from now on, and stick with the program
Pichi - not a good start to your week. I hope the mw was okay on the phone when you told her. It has happened to a few ladies and you would think the Drs would have told them. My epu informed the dr/mw.
emum - yay for the high. It is so easy to forget sometimes. I took my cbfm away with me as I wasn't sure if I might still be away on cd6. Even then I forgot to turn it on when AF showed but managed to sort it out the next morning but then I had to time the switch on with the time difference in France so it would be right for me here - nightmare!! Did you read my post yesterday about the nurse doing my smear? She had a lady in 45 and pregnant!
thanks pink!! yeah i posted the ppics on the other thread!! couldnt sleep last night i was excited/nervous cuz thought this was it! now nope, i have lost all hope! im a poas addict, i dont think i could wait a couple of days! need to try and save my last frer and just use my ic's! oh really, is it good?? expensive?? better than opk's??
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