Yes, Good Luck! I've only gotten this relaxed after having a complete mental breakdown, stepping back and re-evaluting how I was behaving and then going forward with a different attitude. As I reach the end - now that I've realized it's the end lol - I am getting anxious to know, but I haven't tested at all this week which is something different than what I did previously. The earliest I will test is tomorrow because AF is due thursday. I really want to just wait and see if AF shows up though. Hopefully my new attitude will include one of patience !View Thread
I've totally been MIA this last month. I haven't been on here for a few weeks. I've been doing really really well. I feel peace finally that things will work out how they are suppose to. My 2WW for this natural cycle is almost over. I test in two days. I don't have any symptoms, but then again, I haven't been as worried about it and woke up this morning and realized my period should be coming soon, and I haven't even been concerned about symptoms. Thats so nice for me as usually I'm obsessed. haha. I ovulated on my own like I did earlier this year, so there is still hope for me this go round. I hope you are all doing well and had a good Thanksgiving.View Thread
I agree. I am feeling way not stressed - after my breakdown (haha) I realized I just need to put it in Gods hands and relax. We aren't opposed to trying other medication, but we feel we just need a period of not really taking a break, but just trying on our own with faith in God. I feel really happy, grateful for my daughter, and full of faith. I, too, know that when it's suppose to happen, it will. The waiting is hard, but it's something that is worth the wait. Good luck to you this round. I don't know my CD day, but AF just ended. I will probably be going off CM, etc for the next couple of months and see what happens.View Thread
I read your story that you have been TTC for three years! Wow! I know it seems hopeless, and believe me, I've been battling that myself - but keep pushing through and hang in there! Now you are getting help and your chances are going to go up!View Thread
Yay! I totally understand about the nervousness thing. I'm feeling way relaxed after deciding to try natural for awhile and then possibly explore other options if we need to. But the thought of another m/c is just too much! I will be like you though when I finally get a BFP - I'm going to be so stressed out.View Thread
I've read that BDing every couple of days actually increases the sperm count. I don't know pysiologically why, but that is what I've read. I read that abstaining for several days lowers the sperm count. So maybe thats why it was higher the second time around. You'd have to ask the Dr/nurse to be sure if thats true or not. Seems like it is though.View Thread
Thanks! I'm looking forward to relaxing a bit and not being so wound up! I'm not giving up totally - but we are going to try naturally for awhile and see what happens. I was Oing on my own this year when we tried naturally, it was just irregular. But it was an improved from the year before when I don't think I even O'd cause I didn't even have periods all that often! So we'll see! Thanks! Good luck to you as well!View Thread
Thanks! I know I need a break at this point. I've become rather crazy! ha. I O'd on my own this last year.. so maybe that will happen again. thanks so much for the support. Good luck this round!!View Thread
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