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Old Jan 18th, 2013, 14:46 PM   51
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CD12 Gemie, you?



 
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Old Jan 18th, 2013, 14:49 PM   52
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Cd 7 hun. I had my first high yesterday, the first day it asked me for a test. Xx



 
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Old Jan 18th, 2013, 14:50 PM   53
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Feeling like I need a buddy...not told many ppl we're TTC as don't want to put too much pressure on!



 
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Old Jan 18th, 2013, 14:58 PM   54
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Hi All,

I finally got my Peak on Monday and Tuesday (CD20 and 21). First time in 15 months that I have had ovulation confirmed :-)

So it seems I ovulate later than I thought, so could be part of the reson why I am not yet pregnant.

So now officially in the TWW.
Woohoo for having confirmed ovulation! Lots of baby dust for you!

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On the cycle I got pregnant with our 1st I had 20 Lows (after which I reset it), last cycle 10 Lows and this one 8, and the monitor never skipped a day making me POAS.
Hmmm, I don't know where I got that idea from--I thought I'd read a comment about it where someone was talking about it telling them not to test after they got a low until a couple days later, but I must be mixing it up with something else. Doesn't really matter!

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Feeling like I need a buddy...not told many ppl we're TTC as don't want to put too much pressure on!
It's tough, isn't it? I keep wanting to talk to people about it, but then I know they'll start asking how things are going, and like you said, pressure. So glad these forums exist!



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Old Jan 18th, 2013, 15:06 PM   55
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Sorsha...yes it's tough. Are you expecting? How have things been for you?



 
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Old Jan 18th, 2013, 15:12 PM   56
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Feeling like I need a buddy...not told many ppl we're TTC as don't want to put too much pressure on!
I completely know where you're coming from. I don't want many people knowing we're TTC because I don't want the questions every month - "are you pregnant yet?" etc. But it seems to be all I can think about and want to talk about. It's difficult this TTC thing isn't it?!



 
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Old Jan 18th, 2013, 15:16 PM   57
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Sorsha...yes it's tough. Are you expecting? How have things been for you?
I was during the summer, but I had a miscarriage in September. So I'm especially hesitant to talk to people in real life now because I know even if things work out before too long... it might not last. It was really awful having to tell the few people who knew about the pregnancy the bad news--I think if/when I get another BFP, I'm not even telling my parents until the second trimester.

Hopefully the CBFM is going to help with getting there!



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Old Jan 18th, 2013, 15:21 PM   58
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Yes defo...every time I see anyone that I don't see daily...the first thing they do is look down at my stomach to see if they can spot anything! Maybe I'm being paranoid but it's like really obvious even though they maybe don't realise they're doing it! It's been like that ever since we got back from honeymoon. Maybe they're just looking at my muffin top hehe! Have taken to wearing scarves a lot and usually end up drinking a couple of glasses of wine or talking about drinking on the weekend so people don't start thinking I am when I'm not! Someone even said...I thought you'd have a honeymoon baby! and someone else mentioned about conceiving after one 'encounter' and I couldn't help but say 'if only it was that easy for everyone'! I want to enjoy it but sometimes we do just have to 'do it for the sole purpose of BD' so does feel a bit wierd! I'll be so happy when I get that BFP, partly for the rest from BD aswell!



 
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Sorsha...yes it's tough. Are you expecting? How have things been for you?
I was during the summer, but I had a miscarriage in September. So I'm especially hesitant to talk to people in real life now because I know even if things work out before too long... it might not last. It was really awful having to tell the few people who knew about the pregnancy the bad news--I think if/when I get another BFP, I'm not even telling my parents until the second trimester.

Hopefully the CBFM is going to help with getting there!
Sorry to hear that Sorsha. It must be hard. I've thought about who I'd tell but I think I would have to tell my mum either way because I'd need her support if I lost the little bean anyway. I'm really close to my mum so I tell her everything...my DH doesn't like it though!



 
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I know what you mean about not wanting many people to kow you're ttc. I'm the same but only because the people I have told have said stuff like 'really? You must be mad' or 'isnt one of each enough?' or like my mum who said ' oh you're not are you? I worry about you' etc etc pisses me off. I have multiple sclerosis I know and I'm not getting any younger (34) and I kinda had a bit of brak down after poppy was born and got Pnd but I pulled it together pretty well and went to the docs as I recognised it and my husband was wonderful that I didn't rely on my parents for long but I think my mum thinks I'm not capable of doing it again which really makes me sad ya know?
My husband is amazing and helps me so much and also gives me the confidence to believe in myself so I know I'll be okay and we both want another baby, so why shouldn't we?

I'm sorry this has turned into a right old moan

@katiekatie we can be buddies if you like also that's why I started this thread so we could all rely on each other

Also sorsha how do you do the multiple quotes? Ive been here years and still don't know



 
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