I'm with you! I got my peak reading on CBFM yesterday and AF is due on St. Patty's Day. DH and I have played the "if it happens, great; if not, great" game for about three months, but this is our first month of actively trying. Gonna be a long two weeks!
Hi everyone I'm starting the 2ww too this our first month trying properly after I had my implant out in dec af is due the 19th or 20th if my cycle is the same as last month. Hope we all get our bfps this month x x
Hey ladies! Testing around the 20th? Let's go through these impossibly long two weeks together!
Who has a good feeling about this month? Who doesn't?
How long have you been TTC?
I have to admit, I don't feel great about it... (although I know I'm only 1 day in!) Mind you, I had no symptoms with my last BFP (Feb CP), but I had stronger fertile signs - CM etc. This time if I wasn't keeping the calendar, I wouldn't have even known I O'ed. I guess by that argument I don't really know that I have, just that I *should* have. The CP may have screwed with my system, but who knows. I'm going to assume it's business as usual, and get down to the BD'ing just in case!
So let's get to know each other to make this TWW less painful! I've been married to DH since August of this past year. I came off BC at Christmas. I had one wonky cycle right after that (which I probably shouldn't even consider cycle #1... but I do). On cycle 2 I got a BFP at 16DPO - 2 days after AF was due. I was losing my mind, testing every day from 10DPO onward. When I still was getting negatives at 14 DPO I had just about given up. I tried another afternoon FRER just on a whim and got the +! 4 days later, the + disappeared, and I bled heavily. So now I'm on to cycle #3, and have no idea if/what the effects from the CP will be on my system.
How long have you ladies been trying? Do you have kids already? If so - any advice on weathering through the TWW and perhaps some tips on how to improve the odds?
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