so today happens to be cd19 and no symtoms or whatsoever, am thinking its only bcos am like 5dpo-----but then again i feel some kind of funny cramping and rumbling which isn't the AF type...... am really hoping this is the month cos we've been trying for almost 2yrs now and its been frustrating every other month------have used clomid 50mg 2cycles which all turned out a burst, couldn't be bothered doing a third cycle on it cos the side effects were 2much for me to handle but i did O on my own this cycle; good-luck and baby dust to us ALL View Thread
congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! so happy 4 u like it's my BFP..... happy healthy 9months. and pls wish mi luck as-well, am in my 2WW----but dint take the Clomid this cycle after taking it for 2cycles with BFN's. i O'd on CD13 also, now am just keeping my fingers n toes crossed. congrats againView Thread
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