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Old Jul 9th, 2012, 08:00 AM   31
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Lilesmom not sad or silly at all I remember feeling like I just wanted to hide from everyone all the time after my losses - to the point where I was looking up houses in the middle of nowhere I kept saying to DH I wanted to move to the countryside and have no neighbours or anything! I'm glad we didn't but at the time I wanted to move away so badly

It will be so lovely when OH gets home We're never apart much but occasionally DH has to go away overnight. Once he was away for 3 nights for work and I have never been so pleased to see him in all my life, couldn't keep my hands off When is he back?

Glad your cycles seem to be settling down Long cycles is such a pain. I get so nervous waiting to see if I'm going to OV then once that frustration is dealt with you have the TWW to get through. Tiring!!



 
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Old Jul 9th, 2012, 10:17 AM   32
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hey hon, he is back in 2 weeks 6 days, not that im counting r anything ha ha
i cant wait then ttc can begin and i get cuddles all d time
i do live in the countryside but my family live close by and i do have neighbours so no fear of me
glad ur feeling bit better babe, hope it continues xxxxx



 
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Old Jul 9th, 2012, 11:18 AM   33
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So proud of you all going out and remembering you have a life,are the same person and it will happen when the times right

I'm hoping my mc hasn't messed too much with my 28 day cycle and I still ovulate on or close to day 14!



 
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Old Jul 9th, 2012, 12:29 PM   34
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I read that after a loss you may not ovulate on your cycle immediately after, so try not to worry if it doesn't happen, I'm sure everything will settle in time xx It's a hard place to be in I know, after my first I didn't ovulate for 12 weeks But then I'm weird anyway



 
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Old Jul 9th, 2012, 13:56 PM   35
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u know when u say u didnt ovulate did u still get O sypmtoms but no O?
or no symptoms and no O?
just wondering cos i have symptoms and not doin opks
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Old Jul 10th, 2012, 05:27 AM   36
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lilesmom I'm prob not the best example because of the PCOS, but looking back at my charts - with my 1st I didn't have any EWCM or anything until a couple of days before I did ovulate. With my 2nd, I had multiple patches of EWCM, but my first cycle was anovulatory. Then the next cycle again I had 3 stages of EWCM before I finally ovulated. I don't get many signs with ovulation, so it's always hard to tell



 
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Old Jul 10th, 2012, 05:52 AM   37
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I had a possitive OPK last tuesday that was faint the day before and negative the day after.
Today i noticed lots of fertile CM so did another and its saying in OV again lol
I think this cycles anovulatory and I'm just getting twinges and symptoms.
At least i know my bodies ready and wanting to OV for my first real cycle



 
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Old Jul 10th, 2012, 07:17 AM   38
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my pma has taken a knock. i just got a call from my doc saying my liver enzymes r further elevated so she wants me to go to a consultant fast and not try till sorted. so annoying. i have been sick and allergy plagued for about 5 yrs on and off so maybe they cure me this time



 
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Old Jul 10th, 2012, 07:39 AM   39
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Oh lilesmom I'm sorry howcome your liver enzymes are elevated and what does it mean exactly? Does she have any idea how long it might take to treat? I know it's so horrible to make the decision to stop TTC for a bit. We had a break from March - June this year and it was a really hard choice to make but we got through it. I just made a list of some things I wanted to do, like photography lessons, joined a book club etc to take my mind off it. It really did help. I hope you won't have to be on a break for too long but it's best for you and your future baby that you're as healthy as possible xxx



 
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Lilies mum whatever it is they can make it better then you will be even healthier and more able to carry and grow a baby GL



 
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