Ok, i know I already posted but I have found myself wanting to vent out some thoughts. DH is at work and at home alone. As said earlier, getting myself ready to rule this month out. This should have been 12dpo as last Sunday was my last day of ewcm. Still very wet with cwcm and watery cm and still wishing i didn't have the cramping on tuesday which convinced me that it could have been implantation (would have been 9 dpo) I've read so much about women who have waited so long for ovulation after having the implanon removed and what with three days of ewcm accompanied by right side cramping, i convinced myself that I had ovulated. Now questioning I didn't O and all wishing and waiting for nothing. I sit here reading everyone's stories and they are all different and all varying that I've come to the conclusion that mother nature is indeed cruel. Becuase everyone is different, there is no common thread to consider when contemplating your own story and experiences. GGGGRRRRRR x x
here's the place 2 vent, u made me laugh with ur DH take on the situation. I started using OPK's to make sure I knew when I O'd which has really helped. spent a fortune on them then noticed in the local chemist that they are selling 5 for £1.99
Glad to hear you liked my DH's take on the situation. He's being really supportive over this!!
That's so cheap!! I bought some tests from Boots when I had the implant out but agreed with DH that I wouldn't use them until I had 1-2 cycles so I already had some idea of when to start testing in a cycle, I bought the clear blue ones so they were pretty expensive!!
What people don't tell you about TTC or about testing is the price!! lol plus the recommended vitamins etc!!
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