Have been TTC for almost 2 years. One MA in january 2012. I ovulated on the 30.03.12/31.03.12. I have been feeling a bit like the last time I got pregnant, sore breasts and some cramping. Yesterday I had a little light spotting. I took 2 pregnancy tests today, and i imagined? That they showed a slight color test line. These are the most sensitive tests, 10 miu/ml of hcg. I had to hold them towards the light though, and maybe they were only evaporation lines. I know I am obsessing, but does anyone know if a home pregnancy test can be positive after 8 days?
I know how you feel. I have been TTC for almost 2 years, I am healthy, in a stable relationship, and can provide a good life for a baby. Still it has not happened. I work as a counselor and meet teenagers who get pregnant and cant take care of their babies. I just feels so unfair.View Thread
Cooling it sounds like a good idea. I will be doing the same. Unfortunately an early scan revealed that my pregnancy is not viable. I am waiting for the last blood work but the doctor said I will miscarry. I will be lurking on this board though, and I hope I will see a happy update from you in 2012.View Thread
A friend of mine ovulated only once in a while. They put her on chlomid and she used ovulation tests every day. For her it worked after 3 months, and she is now 6 months pregnant. I hope it will work out for you.View Thread
Hi! What did the doctor say? If you have conceived something must be working. I am so sorry you had a miscarriage. We started TTC june 2010 too, but I did not get pregnant before early december this year. We used ovlulation test to pinpoint ovulation. If your cycle is irregular maybe you should use one every day? You can buy about a 100 tests on ebay for around 20 dollars.View Thread
Thank you lindseymk! I took another test today. One of the fancy digital ones where you can read the words pregnant and aprox how many weeks since conception. It said pregnant 2-3 weeks! Put the test in front of my hubbys pc. He came out all bewildered and wondered what 2-3 was. He was so shocked by the pregnant sign that he for a second was thinking 2-3 babies )). I am optimistic, but it is still very early. I so hope this will work out ok because we have waited so long.View Thread
Got an appointment for IVF consideration appontment in the new year since we have been trying for 1.8 months with no result. Had made peace with not being able to have a baby the " natural" way. Took a pregnancy test last week like I do every month. Was going to throw it away but checked it first with a quick glance. It was positive. Took 2 more today, and my period has not come, and they were both positive. I so hope it will "stick". Have not told the hubby yet because I am afraid it is a chemical pregnancy. Wish me luck!View Thread
I have been trying for over 1.5 years, all tests are fine. I am healthy excerises and regular as clockwork when it comes to ovulation. Boyfriend smokes but the semen test was fine. Startet to use ovulation tests 4 months ago. Have been refered to a fertility specialist now for addistional testing. The doctor is talking about "seemingly nothing is wrong, unexplained fertility, time to think about IVF. "View Thread
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