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Thread: Ttc 2013
September 6th, 2013 09:41 AM #2586
AF arrived this morning so I am officially out. I knew she was coming but I have to admit to having a shred of hope, since this was a month I actually ovulated. But that's ok. This was only a 29 day cycle, which is really short for me! I love how Clomid has regulated me! I'm feeling good and eager to do Clomid this cycle and hopefully get that BFP finally!TTC #1
September 6th, 2013 11:02 AM #2588Member
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Sorry about the AF, Nowaskasia!
Sarah, I hope you caught your fertile days!
Sorry about the BFN, Betty!
Alzora, I'm so stoked that you'll be able to get to the doctor to see what, if anything, is up.
I'm at CD 8, still spotting; it's been a long, slow AF. But I'm hoping that means I ovulate late this month, since Hubby's away until the night if CD 11. Sometimes I ovulate as early as CD 9, so I'm hoping the long AF, plushy the fact that I have a lingering cold (good thing I'm stocked up on Mucinex) will delay it. Was poking around online for ways to delay ovulation- B6 and 12 supposedly can- but that kind of seems like playing with fire, so I've thought the better of it.
September 6th, 2013 12:22 PM #2590Senior Member
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- May 2012
Thank you for your support, everyone!
@Casi, it's shot day? I hope it goes smoothly...or maybe it's over by now! Let us know how your appointment goes.
@Bettydogooder, I'm sorry you got a BFN. Aren't those so hard to look at? I've only ever taken three pregnancy tests, and with each one I've thought that I could handle a negative result fairly well, but it just does something to your brain when you actually see it...always leaves me completely gutted. I hope that it was just too early for yours to detect a pregnancy.
@Vanessa, I hope your semester goes well! Any interesting courses?
@Sarah, ooo...let me know how you like the digital ovulation tests! I don't expect to go down that road myself (my body is pretty clear about when it ovulates), but it would be nice to not have to squint so hard at those Wondfo strips.
@Nowakasia, ugh, I just had the same awful news on Tuesday and my heart is still hurting from the disappointment. BUT, now you and I are both in a new cycle with new hope. You will ovulate again, and I have medical help on the horizon if I don't conceive by December...things are looking good for us.
@Daisychain, I will pray that you ovulate late. It would drive me mad to go through a cycle with zero hope, so I will pray that you don't ovulate until your husband is there.
Cycle Day 4 is boring and stupid. It is a beautiful Pennsylvania day, the sky is a shiny shade of blue, and it is the first day with a genuine autumnal chill in the air...but I am spending it indoors doing phone interviews with local police chiefs for a newspaper article and thinking about how very far away ovulation feels. I am pathetic. My grandpa always said that I have a one-track mind. My grandpa was very perceptive, wasn't he.
September 6th, 2013 07:34 PM #2592Senior Member
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So on to names for a minute. How many little Gabriels do you ladies know? I posted this question on the Facebook group page, and was surprised that no one knew a little Gabriel. It's pretty popular in my area--I know two young Gabriels, and my sister who works with kids knows four more. I like the name Gabriel, dang it, and so does my husband, but popularity really turns me off! I checked state popularity data to see if maybe it was just popular locally...but it looks like it's in the 20s in lots of states across the country. So it must be pretty popular nationwide? Looks like it has been popular for about a decade and still going strong. How many little Gabriels do you know?
September 6th, 2013 09:13 PM #2594
@Alzora - The digitals are fantastic! No squinting required
Also, I already replied to your question, but I know zero Gabriels. And, as a teacher, I've never come across one (and I've taught a ton of kids at many different schools ranging in age from five to eighteen).TTC #1
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