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    WEll hi everyone
    I again join you in the TWW. I think I ovulated yesterday, why i say i think is because i am having an untracked clomid cycle with no post ovulation support. (My concesion to a break from TTC) so i have to trust the old CM test for ovulation. Did think a OPK but it crept up on me before I went and got one. Not having used one before but do they show up after you have ovulated. Anyway AF should arrive on the anzac day long weekend great as we are going away. Or it may be the best weekend in the world if it doesn't arrive.
    Anyway hope everyone is going well and wishing everyone BFP.


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    Hi everyone, just popped in to let you know of my bt results. They were 97 at 13dpo. Does this sound ok? Dr says yes, Kristy says she is a worrier with good reason. Going to have another bt next week for my own piece of mind.

    Good luck to everyone in the tww

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    Hello all,

    Mrs B - I dont know about levels, but if your doctor is happy with the Bt results then that is great . Good luck that everything keeps going in the right direction.

    saph - hope that this cycle is the one that gives you the BFP

    To everyone else

    I'm pretty sure that I'm out. POAS was neg this morning - I'm 12dpo so I figure that it is going to be right . So I guess I'll be back here in May

    Good luck everyone.
    FG

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    FG - hey hun, I've been flat out before the move on Wednesday, but I've been thinking about you wondering how you've been going. I read your post about your POAS result and wanted to let you know not to give up hope yet until your BT. POAS at 12DPO are nowhere near as accurate as 14DPO It's not over til that BT! I hope you're doing ok, and I still have everything crossed for Wednesday, hun

    Kristy - I'm sorry I haven't been in earlier to hear your news! Congratulations!! A level of 93 at 13DPO is really good! Anything at 100 or above, 14DPO is considered a great level. I hope the BT next week helps to reassure you a little more - it's completely understandable that you would be feeling worried at the moment, until you start to feel secure in the knowledge that your levels are continuing to rise at a great rate. I'm sure they will, hun! Look forward to hearing more news of your continuing healthy pregnancy! Yay!

    saph - a belated welcome to the TWW from me! It's probably a bit late to tell you, but OPKs can be positive for more than 1 day in row, but the first positive OPK that you get indicates that ovulation will be approx 24-36 hours after that. I am really hoping that having a litle less of the pressure of TTC though AC this cycle and the stress of having tracked cycles gone for now will be just the ticket for your BFP. I hope it will be a memorable Anzac weekend for you, hun Good Luck!

    Hello to anyone else in the TWW at the moment - I hope that you are all doing ok for now, and that the stress of the wait is not affecting you too much.

    As for me, two sleeps til we get on the plane! Things have been flat chat, trying to finalise packing, baggage limits, socialising, loose ends and making arrangements and getting info for things we need to start organising when we arrive. Despite the busy-ness it's been wonderful and exciting. I find it hard not to think about the TWW, but time is still going quick enough as we are busy. Tomorrow is 12DPO and AF is due Wednesday, so I guess the next couple of days will tell what's going on for sure!

    Good luck to everyone and hope you're all ok - BFPs all round!

    Miss C

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    Hello all,

    Miss C - hope that AF has not come and that you have a wonderful flight and a great start to your big adventure. Have fun and good luck

    Not much news here. Had BT this morning, so now waiting for the dreaded phone call. AF has stayed away but I figure that is from the progesterone more than anything else, but who know, maybe even with a neg POAS there may be hope, but I dont think so. Bought three new fish for my tank to help me relax when I get the - I'm guessing it may be overstocked by the time we get our !

    Hope that everyone is well and keeping AF away! Wishing everyone lots of and .

    FG

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    Well just got confirmation that we are out for this month - bt

    to all in the ...and I hope that I dont see any of you here next month!

    Wishing you all a
    FG

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    Hi all just popped in to let you know I had my blood test this morning and a BFN

    So feeling as my mood says right now and we are going to try again in a month

    But they were two such healthy eggs...

    I'm off for a while, to everyone else wishing you sticky vibes

    Hello fg

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    Farmgirl and country blue

    So sorry about your results. Hugs to both of you.

    Af for me should be due around Anzac day as I am having an untracked cycle just have to wait for it to arrive or do a HPT about a week after that. Fat chance of me waiting that long.

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    Country blue - i'm so sorry about the BFN - it sucks after all that waiting and stress to get a neg

    saph - good luck for your anzac day test

    Everyone else - goood luck - I'm going to take a break from BB for a little while (well at least a day or two) to get my head back in some sort of logical spot.

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    Hi I am new to this thread i am 3 days PT with a blastocyst . This is my first FET but second transfer i am a nervous wreck I keep wondering what every niggling little pain is. Does anyone know much about how the blastocyst is supposed to look when it is transferred, the scientist told me it had not expanded as much as it should have but then my Dr said it was still a good embryo to transfer. Another question do you have to have implantation bleeding ?? What level of cramping is normal ??

    Love and lots of baby dust to you all

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    Well there is really not alot happening in here at the moment. Still just plodding my way through not really expecting a positive result as this was an untracked cycle. Although (Very much TMI) my CM has been a little odd. Had the change to suggest ovulation but then it hasn't really changed back so now I am not sure as to weather I ovulated or not or weather we caught that little eggie. Heres Hoping. Hope everyone else inthe TWW is keeping well.

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    Hi Tali,

    Good luck with your Fet i to am on the 2WW with an expanded blastocyst on board.
    If you look on google you can see picture of a blastocyst at each stage - my clinic gives us a photo just prior to transfer. Implantation bleeding is the exception not the rule so don't expect it as it does not happen all that often. As far as cramping goes - it could be the progesterone support if you are on some - last months fet i had lots and lots of cramping this months fet hardly a thing - i don't think there really is a rule to it. I have heard of good stories with cramping and i have heard of no symptoms and BFP's - i always hang out to BT day - i just don't trust those HPT's - i figure the only true way is a blood test, you could test positive to a HPT and it could only be chemical and then you could test negative on a HPT and get a positive BT - so hope i have helped you out a little. and i hope you get a BFP to you.

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    i wanted to catch up with my TWW buddies and send Farmgirl and Country.Blue commiserations and hugs on your BFNs. i hope you are both doing ok and looking to the future.

    mrs_c, i know you are offline somewhere in the UK but i hope you have had the best possible news yesterday. i am hanging to hear. and i hope you are settling in ok.

    kristy, on your BFP! so lovely to hear your news belatedly. take care and a H&H 9 months ahead.

    tali, good luck. having a blastie is fantastic and even the most dodgy of 4 cell embryos can go on to be successful pgs so you have a great start there.

    saph, i hope you caught that eggie too hun

    lissie, i am SO happy to see you in here! yippee on your ET. i have everything crossed that this is the one for you and DH. big hugs

    :goodluck2: for lots of BFPs in here soon.
    xx

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    girls,

    Well i did it - positive blood test HCG was 235 which doctor is really happy with - have another blood test next week then a scan in 3weeks. I still cannot believe it - i think im going to be a mummy - this little one just has to stay put for another 36weeks.
    Wishing everyone else good luck and to all.

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    Lissie... Hooray!!!!!!!!!



    That is just the best news...

    Janie xxx

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    Lissie you have made my day that much better

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    FG - so sorry, sweet. I hope you're doing ok, and that the space is giving you time to recuperate and be well :hugs:

    CB - I found that wanting to get into the next cycle straight away was always something that helped deal with the pain of a cycle that wasn't a success. I hope that thinking about a new cycle is really helping you, hun. Many hugs.

    Tali - good luck with your TWW, hun. I know it is so hard not to analyse every little thing as just knowing anything can help with the helpless feeling that can be overwhelming in the TWW. My advice is try not to read too much into anything. There are sooooo many different variations on what is 'normal' if anything is normal at all when you're going through the TWW. I hope that you're doing ok and able to stay calm and look after yourself by not stressing too much, hun. Good luck!

    Lissie - huge congratulations! That's fantastic news! Wishing you a wonderful and healthy pregnancy

    saph - been thinking of you - very big fingers crossed for you - you never know when the right month will be... :goodluck2:


    I'm sorry I haven't been here much, and definitely no where near as much as I would like to be able to support everyone - since landing in the UK last Thursday we really haven't had a lot of time to stop, and my internet connection is again limited until we get a home of our own. Booo!

    As for me, I had my first BT last Friday, which came up with a level of 83, 13dpt. My repeat BT today came up with a level of 377, 16dpt. So I'm now starting to relax a little, and I think I might actually be UTD! Based on LMP I'm 4w6d tomorrow, so hopefully the wait and the nerves for the first scan somewhere in week 6 won't be too bad!

    Luck, luck and more luck to all you lovelies in the TWW - lots of sticky vibes and baby dust!

    Hugs,

    Miss C

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    Miss C this is just wonderful

    First Lissie and now you! I could not be happier to see you get your BFP. Here is lots of for you and Lissie.

    Please keep in touch and let us know how you are going. What a wonderful way to start your new life in the UK.

    Janie xxx

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