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Happy Easter to those of you who celebrate it! wool.gifchicken3.gif

Fmorris: What a crazy TWW you are having! I assume you tested again today? What tests are you using? Can you try a different kind of test? Can you go in for a beta? I want to know!!! fingersx.gif

Twomommyfamily: Have you tested out the trigger yet?

Lizbian: I'm sorry that AF arrived. It sounds like you are in a good place for moving forward. I look forward to hearing your adventures with IVF in Denmark. And congratulations on your book!

SanDiego: Congratulations on graduating! Are you due in early December?

KWPX2: Did you test again today? I hope that the tests start to show their true positive nature soon! fingersx.gif

Jenny: Maybe start a thread late tomorrow (3/31) or early the next day (4/1)? I'll check now to make sure that the first post information is as up-to-date as possible.

I've really enjoyed being threadkeeper this month. Thanks for letting me do it! orngbiggrin.gif
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Lizbian, I'm just hoping they'll get a bit better! I'm hoping for a lil sticky bean too! thanks!! And very exciting about your book!  x


Twomommy, No AF or test..tons of CM and I'm going with the flow lol. A bit crazy feeling though!


Escher, you know I didnt test today actually. I used a FRER a few days ago. I'm officially late though. I can say I was just sitting at mye dest and got teary eyed and almost cried for no reason lol. this is one of the wildest rides i've been on!


AFM, on the wildest rollercoaster without setting foot in a theme park! No AF, Sore boobs, Creamy CM everyday since O, almost cried at work today for nothing! I think DP's advocating for another test in the morning lol

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Hey everyone!  It's been months since I was last active in the forums.  The months just... went by!  Shortly after our last attempt at the clinic, we bought our house, and within weeks I had gotten a new job.  The job is fantastic, but for a smaller company, and though I have health insurance, it covers NO fertility services.  So, no more clinic for us.  We were still catching up on about $3000 in clinic bills and $1200 in frozen sperm on the credit card, anyway.

Each month has flown by, and I can't believe it's gone this fast.  We are planning to switch frozen donors -- we had 5 attempts with one donor over the course of 3 months.  And we're going to be starting this at home... on our own.  We're nervous, but also excited.  Initially, I had been excited about going to the clinic and having them sort of take the burden, instead of me having to do everything, but I was disappointed in the lack of personal attention I felt like we were getting.  Even though I have to do a lot more on my own-- temping, OPK, sperm delivery, etc-- I'm trying to look at it positively.

I'll be totally trying to catch up with everyone's stories, and looking for advice about your home experiences.  I hope everyone is doing well!  I see some familiar profiles in here, but I hope that many of you have been successful and have babies on the way!

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Lovestreet - Welcome back. Hopefully your re-grouping and getting a different plan will do the trick! Very best wishes!



AFM Tested this am....still not yet positive. My temp was the same this am as yesterday. I overlayed three of my charts and noticed that starting on 12 dpo my temp usually begins trending down. Since tomorrow will be 12dpo for me I am praying for a temp spike tomorrow! I had more creamy CM today that yesterday and today I was terribly nauseated for about 30 minutes and actually thought I was going to toss my cookies. I didn't but I find the symptoms confusing. 

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fmorris: You are KILLING ME.


lovestreet: Welcome back!  Sorry to hear about loss of fertility insurance, BUT here's hoping changing things up with your donor and the relaxed setting at home will be just the trick for you!


KWPX2: Fingers crossed for a nice spike tomorrow!

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Welcome back, lovestreet! Lots of people round these parts with success at home - you can do it! If you haven't already, be sure to take a look through this thread for some success stories http://www.mothering.com/community/t/1372030/how-did-you-or-dp-dw-get-pregnant

And fmorris, I am with JAJenny - what a nail-biter!! When are you testing again?

Hi and good luck to everyone!!
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Fmorrispeurpost-906-0-05346400-1342140158.gif come on!!!!!!!  


lizbian: Sorry to hear about your BFN.  :-(  Glad that you have a plan in place  -- I really hope that your IVF in Denmark will result in your BFP on the first try!


Sphinxy: How are you feeling?


KWPX2: How is the temp today?  I love your positive thinking!


Twomommy:  How are you doing in your 2ww?

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When you're ready, join us over on the shiny new thread: http://www.mothering.com/community/t/1380753/queer-conceptions-april-2013/0_100

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