Can I join? I have a 12 mo old nursling who still nurses all the time and we're kind of idly ttc #2, but next month would really be the ideal time to get pg (DH has the entire summer off work--he's a teacher--so a May baby would be perfect) so we're probably going to be more gung-ho then. I am on post-partum cycle #3, but as far as I can tell I haven't ovulated in any of them! The first cycle, I didn't temp enough to tell for sure; second cycle I was on vacation and drinking more than usual and had a mix of high and low temps during the second half of my cycle and I suspect the highs were alcohol-related. This cycle I'm already on day 20 and my temps are still low; both other cycles were short so I'm expecting this one will end in a few days. Too bad because we are often too busy/tired to get around to matters but we did BD on a day with a lot of EWCF... but them's the breaks, I guess.
I'm a pharmacist, so I will reply to the med question upthread, from the poster with the expired vitamins. In the US (your use of the term "expiry date" makes me think you are in another country; I'm not sure about the standards elsewhere, but I would be surprised if they aren't identical or fairly similar) an expiration date is assigned based on when 10% of the drug is projected to degrade. So a drug at the time of its expiration date is at 90% or more of its original potency. There are only a couple of drugs that get toxic when they expire. Most of them just become less effective. I can't officially recommend that you take something which the regulatory body considers expired, but I can provide you with the information and let you make your own decision. (fwiw, I'd make the same rec to a patient standing in my store; selling products is not as high a priority to me as making sure patients have accurate information.)