38 1/2 and keeping my fingers crossed right now! I'm somewhat irregular on my days so I'm giving myself a couple more days before I test. I feel like I've been flowing for three days (you know that "feeling") when there's been just the lightest of spotting (more like a slight discoloration) which normally happens for a few days before or nothing at all. Felt crampy for almost a week now and those usually only occur during my period or a couple hours before. We've been TTC for some time now and I've just gotten so frustrated with it that I hope my body isn't just messing with me. I haven't had much of an appetite for a few weeks now especially since I had the flu during the last two days of my last cycle. I just keep praying!View Thread
Well. The test was a BFN. Running late again but not testing until at least Sunday. Waiting even a little longer this time. So far this is the longest between but I'm not getting my hopes up just yet. Would make a nice Christmas present though! View Thread
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