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    Hey eveyone!



    I am booked in to get a Brazilian on Saturday but that is the middle of my ovulation period (so the calculator has told me) and I was wandering of anyone knew if there is a waiting period for sex after a brazilain? My husband is pumped for me to get it done so I want to but I also dont want to miss my ovulation period! Dilemas dilemas!

    any advise will be greatly appreciated!!

    Kate

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    I haven't had any experience, however the way I see it you could make a new appointment and DTD this weekend or you can go to the appointment and risk there being a reason why you can't. Or you could DTD before you go to the appointment. I don't know if that is at all helpful, I'll be interested to see what other people have to say.

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    Thanks Rosehannah,
    MY husband has been wanting me to do it for a while and I thought seeing as we will be DTD a fair bit now I would do this for him as an added incentive!
    I have read that there is no waiting period but others say there is - I will be interested as well!!
    The appoint is at the start of the fertile period so I still have 4 or so days up my sleve as well if I do go. But in my mind the bubba would be the first choice!

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    Hi Kate,
    Not sure if this will help but I've been getting brazilians for years and continued to do so when I was TTC. Most of my appointments were around the time of ovulation (just because it worked that way - not because it was planned!!!)
    I've never heard anything to suggest you should wait. And I figure that anything that makes BD'ing more fun (especially when you're doing it so much) can't be a bad thing!!!
    Good luck!!!
    Lily

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    I'ld say there is a 5 minute waiting period

    seriously.... if it's your first brazillian wax, you might be a little bit tender down there... but it won't prevent you DTD.... In fact it will probably be more enjoyable !

    So go for it.

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    Hi Kate,

    You can go as soon as you have had it done which will please your partner LOL!

    Just a little warning the closer to are to ovulating and/or your period, the pain level increases.

    Good luck with it it is definately an experience!

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    Thanks Lilly, Jodie & Stars!

    Well Im very nervous about getting done but I have had peircings and tattoos and I cope well so I guess ill do ok!
    And there maybe more DTD over the ovulation period seeing as my husband is VERY keen on it! So a bit (lets hope) of pain for a very good gain fingers crossed!!

    Thanks again ladies!!

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    Kafer_girl

    Dont worry about it, it honestly doesnt hurt that much. I agree with the other girls, no need to wait at all. Well i never have anyway. lol

    PS. yes! little pain = great gain xo

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    I agree, I've been getting them for years and there's no waiting time at all! Beware it's addictive - I can't stand ANY hair down there now! I sometimes take a couple of panadiene before hand if I'm worried about the pain.... Good luck!

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    MrsB26 how long before TTC did you decide to go on clomid?
    I have been trying for 3 years and am thinking about just trying clomid?

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