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You can order it online through several herb companies.
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Ok, I need help deciphering my chart. I'm having a prog test at 7dpo, so I've got to figure it out. My Chart
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Originally Posted by bumminbeachbabe View Post
Ok, I need help deciphering my chart. I'm having a prog test at 7dpo, so I've got to figure it out. My Chart
I think you O'ed on Thursday or Friday.


AFM: Why must my body work against me? This is my second cycle taking Soy and I think it has finally moved up my O from cd 12-14 from Cd20-22. Care to squint at my OPKs with me . I'm a newbie at OPKs, these are $ store brand. The only problem is DP is out of town this weekend.
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Sweetmama- Yay or ovulating!

Bumminbeachbabe- I think you ovulated on CD26. Your cycle looks a lot like mine. Now for the 2WW… Ovulation will become clearer with more temps. Best of luck!

FF thought I ovulated on CD 14..well I had another temp spike on CD 26 so FF changed it to then. I thought I was almost done with my 2WW..now it gets to start all over. ::sigh:: Luckily, we BD’s the day before so I have a decent chance. Quite annoying not knowing when you are going to ovulate.
Chart- http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/2b0d62


Hope everyone had a great weekend!
post #345 of 472
Well, you wont generally have open cervix during the luteal phase so I would have to agree with FF if you are positive it was open.
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Ok, I need help deciphering my chart. I'm having a prog test at 7dpo, so I've got to figure it out. My Chart
I'd agree with FF's O date. Make an appt for your blood test!
post #347 of 472
Bumminbeachbabe - I'm tiny too (4'11 and 110ish pounds) and most people take one look at me and tell me that I'm going to need a c-section. My response: "Really? Is it your x-ray vision or your crystal ball giving you this information?" That's why I started going to a MW, who thinks that as long as I have a small-to-average (7ish lbs) baby, I'll be fine. I hope you get the birth experience you want!!

Mumma Kop - Sorry AF found you. You have a great attitude though!

Sweetmama - Vitex, along with a host of other herbal supplements, are available online. Not sure where you live in Canada, but if you live somewhere very remote you may have some issues with it being delivered promptly. Vitacost.com was recommended by several MDC ladies.
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MrsM - I live in a City. Fredericton, NB to be exact.

AFM- We're putting an offer on a house tomorrow so FX that it is accepted so that we can finally own a house instead of renting.
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Bumminbeachbabe - I'm tiny too (4'11 and 110ish pounds) and most people take one look at me and tell me that I'm going to need a c-section. My response: "Really? Is it your x-ray vision or your crystal ball giving you this information?" That's why I started going to a MW, who thinks that as long as I have a small-to-average (7ish lbs) baby, I'll be fine. I hope you get the birth experience you want!!
Just wanted to share that I am 5'1 and 95 lbs and my 3rd son was 9 lbs 0 oz, no tearing, born at home. Your body really is designed to birth the right-sized babies most of the time, if given the chance.
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Just wanted to share that I am 5'1 and 95 lbs and my 3rd son was 9 lbs 0 oz, no tearing, born at home. Your body really is designed to birth the right-sized babies most of the time, if given the chance.
I agree... I think the only time it happens that they grow too big, like really too big for a mother to deliver... is in the case of medical problems such as diabetes.
post #351 of 472
I've seen really really tiny mamas give birth at home to HUGE (over 10 lb) babies! So much of it is about getting the baby in a great position.

Monday Check-In: (early again due to crazy Mondays)
Name: katiedidder
Date: 2/21/10
Chart: http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/28382e
Where are you in your cycle: CD21 I think I ovulated somewhere around CD 16/17 based on CM/CP so I'm about 4-5DPO
Appointments: None
Symptoms if they apply: Sore breasts
Testing: No
Thoughts: I'm kind of wishing I'd kept up with temping this month because not temping has not made me stop thinking about TTC all the time. I just have less info to go off of! I have a killer yeast infection right now (I'm starting to think I may just have chronic yeast), so I'm happy that it looks like the Maca did its job and pushed my O date earlier this month. There is no way I could be BDing right now!
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Monday Check-In
Name:Karen
Date:22/2/10
Chart: http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/kaz
Cycle day: CD 4
Symptoms: n/a
Appoinments: Accupuncture on 4th of march, wish it was sooner cos im craving it right now. Should O around 5-10th march, i think.
Thoughts: Im in a totally relaxed frame of mind about this cycle and what it may or may not bring. Im hoping to stay this relaxed for the rest of it!
I started taking maca and dont mind it at all, in fact look forward to reaping the benefits of this food along with my accupuncture and herbs.
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Monday Check-In
Name: Jasmine
Date:22/2/10
Chart: http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/2324b6
Cycle day: CD 1 (I am pretty sure AF is going to show up today)
Symptoms: mild cramping
Appoinments: N/A
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Monday Check-In:
Name: Jo
Date: 2/22/10
Chart: http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/2b49ed
Where are you in your cycle: 9DPO
Appointments: Nope
Symptoms if they apply: None :-/
Testing: Probably not, unless AF hasn't shown by next Sunday
Thoughts: Our timing wasn't that great this month since I O'ed earlier than expected, so my hopes aren't up at all. I've been really laid back this cycle. As I predicted last week, FF changed my O date (twice this cycle!) The first O date it marked was CD9, then CD11, and now CD12, which I agree with.
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Monday Check-In:
Name: loonar
Date: 2/22/10
Chart: http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/loonar
Where are you in your cycle: CD 9
Appointments: I've been seeing a Pilates instructor/physical therapist to try to get my lower back issues under control
Testing: Soon it'll be time to break out the OPKs
Thoughts: Striving for calm.
post #356 of 472
KatieDidder - 10 pounds? Um... Wow.
I agree though, I think our bodies are built for this. My mom, grandma, and cousins all had v-births and all have similar builds to mine. Small girls are tougher than we look!

Monday Check-In
Name: Rachel
Date: 2/22/10
Chart: http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/thedivinemrsm
Cycle day: CD14, 1 or 2 DPO
Symptoms: n/a
Appoinments: Getting DH's SA results today. Keep your fingers crossed for us!
Thoughts: Just got back to work this morning after a week-long, wonderful, relaxing vacation with DH. (We went to the Florida Keys - highly recommended!) I got pretty sick on the way home, and had a fever over the weekend. I'm almost positive I O'd at some point, b/c all signs point to "yes," but I don't know exactly when. We BD'd like bunnies all week so we're covered, but I wish I had a date. The past few cycles I've been Oing on CD13 (yesterday), but my temp this morning was signifigantly higher than most of my previous 1dpo temps. We shall see...

Bring on the BFPs! C'mon, Scorpio babies!!
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Monday Check-In
Name: Christina
Date: 2/22/10
Chart:
Cycle day: CD20, 4 or 5 DPO
Symptoms: n/a
Appoinments: Does showing your home count?
Thoughts: I've been way to busy the past two weeks to even think about o'ing. We put our house on the market this week. Surprisingly, it's been really nice to have that mental break. I can't remember the exact dates of bding, but I think they were "around" the time I o'ed. Definitely not counting on a BFP this cycle.
post #358 of 472
Monday Check-In
Name: Kristin
Date: 2/22/10
Chart: n/a
Cycle day: CD22, 7 or 8 DPO
Symptoms: I spent the weekend oscillating between starving and nauseous
Appoinments: New OB on the 24th
Testing: I am going to let myself take one before my appt on Wednesday, even though I know it is way to early.
Thoughts: I am excited about meeting a new doctor this week. If we like him I will miss my old one, but since we moved she is now 45 minds away. Is anyone in the Plano area familiar with Dr. Garner?
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Monday Check-In
Name: naturelady
Date: 2/22/10
Chart: http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/2b0d62
Cycle day: CD31, or 5 DPO
Symptoms: none yet..
Appoinments: none.
Thoughts:Tired of waiting..FF changed O date so now it's the TWW all over again. sigh.
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SA came back normal! for Olympic swimmers!!
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