How long are your cycles because I'll probably be ovulating around CD 25 or so unless the soy isoflavones I took this month shorten it. We started TTC in November too! So sorry to hear about your chemical. I can't imagine how that would feel. Hopefully this month will be the month for a sticky bean for you!
as much as i am hopefully that with the partial success of last cyle that this cycle will be even more.... i am having odd feelings in my body... and with it only being 1dpo i dont think it will be pg symptoms -- honestly i have like a permanent stich in my side under my my left rib... sigh... oh well
"the glass is half full the glass is half full the glass is half full!!!!"
I had a stitch in my side early last week too. Couldn't figure out if it had something to do with the way I was walking or if I stretched weird one day or what.
Soy Isoflavones are supposed to be like a natural form of clomid. You can take them at the beginning of your cycle to help shorted long irregular cycles. My last 2 cycles were 60 and 50 days so I'm hoping to get back to something more normal. But, I'm exercising too to try and help. Stay positive, you never know, this could be the lucky month!
Evenin ladies - Welcome to our new buddies, RNmummy, EffyM, lisa92881.
Quick update - Still no sign of AF, I wnet to bed last night at 1am (so this morning really) and got up at 11am! and I still felt like I could sleep for another 4 hours. Cramping has calmed down a little and self a little sick this morning so if no AF by sunday I will do another HPT but it will be hard to wait that long. I feel as if I could sleep right now even though I have only been up less than 12 hours. Before I went to bed I had a sharp pain in my right boob that lasted for 10 mins and then I had the same this morning for 5 mins. Not started my OTK yet as clearblue suggested I should have started yesterday but no AF so it seems pointless until she arrives or I get a BFP. I still have that feeling every now and again hoping that I am preggers but there is still doubt as I kept getting those BFN's. Still unsure whether to have a drink on the hen night tomorrow night 'just incase'. What does everyone suggest??
Lisa - I agree completely. Hubby works from home so we are on different sleep schedules during the week too. I pass out as soon as my head hits the pillow from early work and he is normally just heading to bed or still up doing stuff. So, yay weekend! I totally gave in and had a nice little nap once work finished up today so I am well rested
Pink - I was in the waiting game so long last cycle. I was the same way, just wanted to know either way. I tend to stay away from everything during the waiting period just to be safe. Last month I got the flu and was so worried to even take anything to help with the sickness. But if you really think it isn't your month, you know your body best and can decide if you want to drink. (I'm not much of a drinker so it is easy for me to give up )
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