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#271 of 282 Old 04-29-2010, 11:29 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Carhootel~ It sounds like it could be AF starting.


Though this is kinda insteresting, same temps but they look totally different because of the way FF has you round up or down the time.
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socal - ya, that temp dip does not look nearly as huge in ovusoft as it does in FF.

AFM - DH and I were able to do it twice yesterday - that was the day of O, I am pretty sure.

Tara - I think that part of it is psychological, but he also had an accident at work several years ago thad spilled acid on his penis, it was badly burned and peeling for a year and a half. He never had eny erection problems before that, and it happened only a few months after we conceived DS.

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socal - ya, that temp dip does not look nearly as huge in ovusoft as it does in FF.

AFM - DH and I were able to do it twice yesterday - that was the day of O, I am pretty sure.

Tara - I think that part of it is psychological, but he also had an accident at work several years ago thad spilled acid on his penis, it was badly burned and peeling for a year and a half. He never had eny erection problems before that, and it happened only a few months after we conceived DS.
to you rcr. I'm rooting for you this cycle!

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Thanks Finnegan! How ya doing? I have not kept up with this thread.

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Thanks Finnegan! How ya doing? I have not kept up with this thread.
Hanging in there. 9 DPO and got a BFN today....I'm crampy so I wonder if it's AF showing up nice and early. yee haw.

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rcr - At one point, my hubby did take Viagra to perform during those important days of the month. His doctor had tested his testosterone and it was borderline low. The doctor had also prescribed a gel with testosterone in it but our insurance at the time required a preauthorization and my hubby just never did anything about it. The Viagra were samples from the doctor. It did allow him to perform but unfortunately we still didn't get pg.

AFM - I'm not sure if I've Oed or not. I'm having some issues with allergies and some extra stress in our lives so maybe it's getting bumped. Who knows....

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Hanging in there. 9 DPO and got a BFN today....I'm crampy so I wonder if it's AF showing up nice and early. yee haw.
9 dpo is still early, right... that is what I tell myself every month.

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9dpo is definitely early. I don't dare try to test before 14 - it's just not worth the disappointment to me.

Rcr - oh my - that must have been a rough ordeal for your dh.

I hate ttc so much. It is just so stressful. I despise having to put all this stuff into my system & then obsess every minute of every day. Even my dreams are filled with thoughts of pregnancy & babies. Dh's mother had minor surgery today & he is unexpectedly having to spend the night there tonight. This is the week the doc told us to dtd every day or at least every 2nd day & we're barely making it every 3 days between his inability to perform, ds not wanting to sleep & now this. It just seems like a waste of a cycle & we only get a few cycles to try this before we have to up the ante & we always have said we won't go past clomid. Argh! Sorry to vent but no one irl understands & the "it'll happen, relax" comments make me want to cry.

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I have a question regarding checking position of cervix i read that cervix changes position when you o so i've been trying to check this (although forgot yesterday and today) and for a couple of days it seemed high up and hard to reach and then it was lower down again, is this normal? i haven't o'd yet , i don't think anyway, i haven't had a positive opk, my temp hasn't spiked and i haven't ewcm so i don't think i've missed it.
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9 dpo is still early, right... that is what I tell myself every month.
I know. Every month I start off so calm and they KA-POW! I turn into a freak. Anyway, I hope to wait until Sunday to test again. If I'm not spotting that is...Af could be here sunday, monday or tuesday.
I don't feel quite as crampy as I did last night, and I made the mistake of looking at my son's pregnancy chart from 2007 and saw I marked cramps from 8-10 DPO...and got the BFP the evening of 10DPO. And my breasts feel heavier than normal. they are usually flapjacks, but they are full and tingly the last few days. I could go on...and drive myself insane but I'll stop there.

I hope your 2WW is peaceful and ends with a super awesome BFP!

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rcr- dear me. that accident sounds just awful. poor dh! What i mean in my earlier reply was that if being unable to dtd ONLY happened on 'the perfect day' for conception each month, but not other times, that might be an indicator that it was, well, more a mental/emotional hitch than anything. Obviously if he has ongoing issues, it's likely to be related to what happened. i mean no disrespect there.

finnegansmom- yep KWYM i start off so calm. Heck I even start off calm in the first 3-4 days of the 2ww then it's like I'm surprised each time "HOW long do i need to wait to test???"

lifegard- THIS. obsessing every single minute of each days. Sounds like my mind too.
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