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Old Aug 17th, 2015, 11:03 AM   51
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High school math is definitely a fun one...jk I enjoyed my math classes in high school but my dad was a hs math teacher and I always felt bad for him with some of the stuff he ended up going through..and then he made me start tutoring some of his students and I felt even worse for him

Hopefully your BIL will get things finished up so you can focus on more important things..like babies! Haha if I remember right you are in the same boat as me, only TTC this month before taking a break? I am trying this month and possibly next month but next month would be the absolute last month I could. DS will be so disappointed if it doesn't happen haha we don't really talk to him about babies but he keeps asking if I have a baby in me yet because he really wants a baby last night he told me that he really wants me to have a baby but that he only wants me to be his mommy so now he is conflicted haha.
Yeah, we have a lot to get through. I enjoy it, but sometimes I envy the teachers who do art or PE. Just seems like less stress!

My niece does the same thing to my sister and I. Keeps asking if there is a baby in our tummy. She really wants a baby.

I'm in the same boat as you. If no BFP in September then I'm taking a break until probably January. Don't want to have a due date that makes me miss the first month or so of school. Just too hard. And we can't financially have me take off a whole school year. Just not doable. DH is in his apprenticeship for Electrician. He'll be done in a year but it still won't be enough to get hold all our bills. ESPECIALLY if there's a baby!



 
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Old Aug 17th, 2015, 11:22 AM   52
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Hello ladies.

CD12 today and had an ob/gyn appointment for my biyearly pap smear. My doctor already knows we started ttc and when i left he said "so i will see you in 6 months or when you're pregnant if that happens before then"

Well, i sure hope so!



 
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Hello ladies.

CD12 today and had an ob/gyn appointment for my biyearly pap smear. My doctor already knows we started ttc and when i left he said "so i will see you in 6 months or when you're pregnant if that happens before then"

Well, i sure hope so!
Can I ask why you get biyearly? I thought it was suggested for only once a year? That's all I've ever had anyway



 
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Old Aug 17th, 2015, 11:44 AM   54
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Hello ladies.

CD12 today and had an ob/gyn appointment for my biyearly pap smear. My doctor already knows we started ttc and when i left he said "so i will see you in 6 months or when you're pregnant if that happens before then"

Well, i sure hope so!
Can I ask why you get biyearly? I thought it was suggested for only once a year? That's all I've ever had anyway
Uh, i don't know actually. I was told to go twice a year so that's what I've always done and I've never had a doctor tell me i don't need to come that often so I never actually thought twice about it. Maybe it's just how they do it here in germany? sorry I can't really answer haha if i remember i'll ask next time



 
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Old Aug 17th, 2015, 13:58 PM   55
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That probably makes a difference being in Germany. In the states they have changed it now to every two years if there are no health concerns.



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Old Aug 17th, 2015, 14:09 PM   56
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What, really? That doesn't seem to make too much sense to me.. isn't the point of those tests so that if there actually is something, it's caught before there are real health issues and you have the best possible chance of treating it..?
Sucks that things like these are being cut..



 
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Old Aug 17th, 2015, 14:30 PM   57
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Yea, if you have had previous issues I think they leave it yearly or if you have risk factors. I think age also plays a part in the frequency.



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In Canada (or at least where I am) if you have no health concerns, they will wait up to 3 years in between. I have single friends who have been told to go every 1-2 years but my younger momma friends have all been told every three years.

I have had light cramping all morning (not bad by any means but an ache in lower tummy and back) but with the lighter tests yesterday I doubt it's O? Getting little twinges on both sides not just one too. Wonder if I'm just too far in my own head and imagining things, I do feel kinda sick but likely just because I need to eat.



 
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Old Aug 17th, 2015, 15:37 PM   59
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Oh! Location probably makes a big difference.

In the states I was told every year from age 18 (or becomes sexually active) until age 30. Then at around 30 if there are no problems it can become every 2 years.



 
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CD13 here. And my chart is.... nuts. I have no idea why my temps keep plummeting. UGH. Someone tell me it's normal?


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