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Old May 5th, 2017, 12:44 PM   41
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Well, your LP is just the normal amount of time between ovulation and AF. The rule of thump is if you have high temps past AF due date it is a definite good sign and if you have elevated temps for 18 straight days after ovulation that you are likely pregnant. A few things, like cysts, can sometimes make that a lie but it is usually correct.
The Trike is fully back together and we had to grocery shop and decided not to go that far for a first ride. We will go out tomorrow though. Monday I will probably be joining the YMCA again- get some swimming and weight training in a few days a week.
Feel very positive back on a healthier path.



 
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Old May 5th, 2017, 20:13 PM   42
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I'm glad things are working out for you. Is it fun riding your trike? The added swimming and weights will definitely help. Also thanks for all the info you have given me, and talking to me in general. I really appreciate it.



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I have nothing really to base it on as I've never ridden a bike or similar. It will be a decent workout for me and get me places so all positives.
I have enjoyed our conversation and am happy to help any way I am able.
I plan to take the trike out for a decent trek tomorrow.



 
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Old May 5th, 2017, 21:55 PM   44
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I look forward to seeing how that goes for you. If you have never ridden a bike or anything, what got you interested in trikes? You definitely have been very helpful.I have really enjoyed having someone to talk to during the TTW. Otherwise I would probably go mad.



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The tww can be a most maddening time for sure.

I wanted a way to get to places within a few miles without walking or driving. I have bad feet( I HATE my feet more than anything on my body) and really need more exercise. I have bad balance and was never taught to ride a bike. I purchased two bikes and both, though supposedly made for someone my height, were too tall for me to reach the ground with more than toes.
I am giving those to my guy and I decided to get trike so I can definitely ride as it takes only practice to learn to steer well.
What dpo are you now?



 
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Old May 5th, 2017, 22:37 PM   46
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I am 12 dpo today. I was never taught to ride a bike either. I taught myself to ride when I was around 7, because I got tired of being laughed at by the other kids on my street. I don't really exercise much, but I don't really have a valid reason not to, just laziness lol.



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Old May 5th, 2017, 22:44 PM   47
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Lol oh my main reason was laziness as well. I used to exercise a ton and had lost a ton of weight, but injuries and my unmotivated guy slipped me back into laziness.
I grew up rural and on a hwy so here was really no motivation for me to learn. My dad tried to teach me when I 5 or 6 but I fell a couple times and whined until he gave up.
When I make a decision I generally stick to it and I have decided to get back to losing weight. I have way too much to lose.

12dpo is a good day for testing? Did you?



 
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Old May 6th, 2017, 09:26 AM   48
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Just out of curiosity how were you injured? Was it work related? I didn't test yesterday. I took my temp this morning and it was down a little. I'm not really worried about it, I woke up earlier than normal, because I had a headache and I had to pee. So I just took my temp before I got up. I took a test this morning, the easy@home kind, and there was the faintest of faint lines. I thought at first that my eyes were just playing tricks on me, but I looked at it later and I could still see it. Usually when I take those kind of tests and it is negative it is stark white, and never any evaps. But it is soo faint I hesitate to say for sure one way or the other.



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Old May 6th, 2017, 11:07 AM   49
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Ooo that sounds exciting... Wish you could post a pic

Well My 100+ day streak was broken when I slipped at home and badly bruised my tail bone and then after I moved the new elevation played havoc on my knees at work. By the end of my work week I had knees swollen 2-3x their size. I now work at home and therefore the only stress to my feet, knees or such are the basic household things, a few chores outside and whatever exercise I do.

Today Trek ride was a pretty bad fail lol. I only went a 3rd of a mile. The trike is a bit too short for me. My fat thighs make my knees go out and I almost hit the handle bars. The area is full of small hills so I'm either struggling up a hill or braking way too much going down as I'm not pedaling as fast as the trike wants to go lol.. It's gonna be more learning than I figured but I will keep trying.
Burned 250 cals at least lol



 
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Old May 6th, 2017, 13:34 PM   50
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Well I would post a pic, but I can hardly see a line so I'm sure a camera would have a hard time picking it up. Hopefully if I am, in a few days a line will be more clear. Maybe those tests are just really not that sensitive. I am hopeful because I never miss a period, and if I don't get my period today, technically I will be late. I'm sure a trike will definitely take getting used to. It's good that you are able to work from home, and you can save putting too much stress on your body. My job is very demanding, physically. I get up on roofs, go on lifts, ladders, and scaffolding. I crawl on the hard ground (which kills my knees). I am always filthy when I go home...but it is what it is.



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