I've had 18 days of BBTs above my cover line. Toni Weschler suggests to assume you're pregnant at this point. I've been reluctant to test because I somehow feel that I will be less disappointed if I just get my AF than a BFN. But tomorrow I will test and I'm soooo scared to see a BFN!!!
I have little to no symptoms, except maybe some hardness or fullness/slight tenderness of my breasts. I've had some weird tense feeling in my abdomen. Maybe a little tired.
I'm so negative about this, after only a few months TTC. I a cryosurgery about 4 years ago, so my cervix is somewhat stenotic (but I still have a period every month). I keep telling myelf that I must have cyst and that's why my temps are so high... or LUFS. I have never had a cyst or endometriosis or anything. It's so hard to be hopeful!!!
I need some words or wisdom or some hope. Chart attached
Hi hun! It really looks good! I'd be so nervous. It's ok to be cautious... you're only protecting yourself from possible disappointment. I'd say stay cautiously optimisitic and please let us know the results! I'm dying to know!
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