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Old Nov 11th, 2010, 07:02 AM   81
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omgggggggggg its doing my head in!!! i soooo want to start ttc NOW but im getting married in july and i dont wana get married 9 months pregnant



 
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Old Nov 12th, 2010, 03:46 AM   82
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iam soo broody and so tempted to just not use protection at all but oh is aderment to keep baby free for now but he is right i work nights so right now ttc isnt a good thing to be doing so we gotta wait and i gotta wait till he is ready to be a daddy



 
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Old Nov 12th, 2010, 15:18 PM   83
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I really want to throw caution to the wind and go for it but DH is in control with the withdrawal method. I've been off the pill for 18 months now so my body should be back to normal. I'm only just figuring out that I have a 30/31 day cycle it's taken ages to come to this conclusion. I hope this doesn't make it difficult-TC. grrrrr I'm so frustrated that I have NO control!!!



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Old Nov 13th, 2010, 04:21 AM   84
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30-31 day cycle is perfectly normal :-)



 
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Old Nov 13th, 2010, 08:18 AM   85
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yup, i have 30-35 day cycles at times. The only thing that should be is you ovulating once every cycle. The length of the cycle doesn't matter that much IMO. People with a 35 day cycle seem to get pregnant fast on here



 
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Old Nov 13th, 2010, 09:51 AM   86
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I am definately in this club! January seems such a long way away!



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Old Nov 13th, 2010, 10:01 AM   87
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Yep, ovulation is key teehee. My cycles off the pill are 32-36.

Recently I've gone from thinking I like my freedom (regardless of being broody) to now thinking I don't care if I never have a lye in again, can't shower when I want, I want a baby!



 
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Old Nov 17th, 2010, 09:44 AM   88
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I'm the same as Nuke, getting married in August '11 so going to start TTC June time so I won't have a huge bump for our wedding - I'll also have finished my degree and hopefully moved to a bigger place so makes sense to wait... Soo hard though, my collection of baby things is getting bigger and bigger!! x



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Old Nov 17th, 2010, 19:07 PM   89
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SO glad I found this thread!

We are WTT until after out wedding in May (that is, if I didn't have an oopsie this month--but that's another story! )

My story for anyone who cares to read: Over the course of Future Hubby & I's relationship (over 3 years), I've been on SOOO many different types of birth control (lovera, solia, yaz, seasonique, the nuvaring to name a few) because I was bleeding every 2 weeks instead of once a month. An unnecessary MRI, surgery (D&C that showed I had a heart shaped uterus) and one depo shot later (that caused me to bleed for 4 months continuously), I finally discovered that I am of a small percentage of people where birth control has no effect on me except that is screws with my hormones. So basically I was having one natural period and 1 BCP induced period a month.

After the depo I decided no more hormones for me! Finally it was F.H.'s turn to take matters into his hands and wear a love glove--and he did, until repeated use made his poor "johnson" red and irritated and itchy And it kind of burned for me too...

So to recap, I can't use BCP, he can't use condoms, and no doctor will come near me with an IUD because of my funky shaped utuerus, so we've resorted to withdrawal! I think it's been 4-5 months now.

I don't recommend it though because every month has a 2ww lol! And you can't help but be a little let down when AF shows...



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Old Nov 17th, 2010, 20:42 PM   90
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wow, all i can say is lucky you but you deserve it after going through all of this! oh, and welcome!



 
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