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Old May 1st, 2009, 08:21 AM   31
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Thank you. I've seen they do next day delivery with Amazon, so will be on red alert as soon as that temp goes down! Would love to be pg this month, but trying to be realistic!
It does sound fun to play with...surely we girls are entitled to our fun with electronic toys too!!
Hi FBaby, don't know if you're in the UK or not, but Tesco have got the CBFMs on offer for 24!!!! until 17th May. I bought one last month and this is my first month using it. They only seem to have them at the bigger tescos where there is a pharmacy. Unfortunatley you can't order online, but i just phoned my nearest big store and asked them to hold one for me.



 
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Old May 1st, 2009, 08:23 AM   32
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oh, is it expensive???



 
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Old May 1st, 2009, 08:34 AM   33
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Oh, thank you MissKitty. Massive cost difference...On my way to Tesco I am! I knew I wanted to go shopping today, couldn't think of a proper excuse! Then again, AF is due before, maybe I could wait...but then they might be out by then....arggg, what a dilemma this baby making business is!



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Old May 1st, 2009, 08:50 AM   34
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I had the same dilemma when i bought mine, but if you find you don't need it after all, you can sell it on ebay for more than 24! I'd say get one while you can at that price!



 
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Old May 1st, 2009, 08:51 AM   35
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Thank you. I've seen they do next day delivery with Amazon, so will be on red alert as soon as that temp goes down! Would love to be pg this month, but trying to be realistic!
It does sound fun to play with...surely we girls are entitled to our fun with electronic toys too!!
Hi FBaby, don't know if you're in the UK or not, but Tesco have got the CBFMs on offer for 24!!!! until 17th May. I bought one last month and this is my first month using it. They only seem to have them at the bigger tescos where there is a pharmacy. Unfortunatley you can't order online, but i just phoned my nearest big store and asked them to hold one for me.
WOW what a bargain! I was about 20 for the sticks alone



 
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Old May 1st, 2009, 09:13 AM   36
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Unfortunately they don't have the sticks on offer as well! Or they didn't when i bought mine. I think i got mine off amazon for about 13, i didn't feel too bad about spending money on the sticks since i'd saved about 65 on the monitor!



 
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Old May 1st, 2009, 09:43 AM   37
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Unfortunately they don't have the sticks on offer as well! Or they didn't when i bought mine. I think i got mine off amazon for about 13, i didn't feel too bad about spending money on the sticks since i'd saved about 65 on the monitor!
oh stop rubbing it in, LOL!!!



 
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Could someone please confirm - you have to start using it on CD1? I'm on CD3, would I have to wait until next month now?



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My first month of using the monitor and got my I will recommend it



 
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Old May 1st, 2009, 11:44 AM   40
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Sue Dunhym you programme the monitopr on the first day of your period (in the morning or if your period started in the afternoon or night then programme it for the next day in the morning) You have to read the instructions booklet to fully understand how it works. The monitor will ask you for your first test from CD6 onwards. Depending on your cycle you only need 10 sticks but the monitor may ask for more sticks as its getting to know your cycle.



 
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