Wow I was surprised when i came to the boards and I had a reply lol. Thank u! I'm at 9DPO now and still waiting. Cramping stopped on 6dpo but then picked up again around 12am today. I figured AF was coming super early b/c those cramps felt that way. Still no AF and no BFP. I tested today b/c I was to weak not too... i was a victim to the urge to POAS. Of course being only 9DPO it was a BFN. I think with all the cramping it is either AF is coming soon or implantation is taking place. If it was implantation then I won't get a positive for most likely a few days. I am going to test again on Monday so we'll see. Fingers crossed Thank you for the good wishes. Good Luck to you as well! Baby Dust View Thread
So, I have been lurking on these boards for years literally... 4 1/2 years ago when hubby and I started TTC. I haven't posted in forever so to get u up to date DH & I are both 28. We've been married for 5 years and together for 9. I was diagnosed with PCOS in June 2010 and put on Metformin. Still no positives. A friend of ours had been TTC for 5 years and decided to take Fertility Blend... well she got a BFP after 1 month of taking them. So hubby and I decided we would try them, both the women's and men's formulas... attack with a double whammy lol. Anyway here's the info on my cycle. I started AF on Aug 17 and it ended on Aug 20. I started Fertility Blend on Aug 19 b/c i knew AF would end the next day. DH and I did the BD on Aug 27,28,31,&1. I got a negative OPK @ 5am on Aug 20 and then got a positive OPK on the Clear Blue Digital ones on Aug. 31 at 4:30pm. I am now I believe 4 DPO. My breast are tender to touch and i have some mild cramping...nothing painful just slight discomfort. Both the cramping and the tender breasts started yesterday. I usually get sore boobs a few days before my period but never this soon and I get severe cramps with AF. I know it is probably way too soon for me to feel this way but this is very different then any other cycle i've had. Maybe its wishful thinking but I am seriously hoping that with all my prayers and the use of Fertility Blend that this may be the month where i can finally say I got a BFP after trying for 4 1/2 years. Baby dust to all... look forward to hearing from you!!! View Thread
I'm sorta in the same boat as you at least as far as trying for years... this is 5 years for us. Been charting and taking Metformin for the past year... and just started taking Fertility Blend this cycle. As far as how you deal with that question... I'm wondering that myself. Most of our family now know that I have PCOS so most have stopped asking... but I still hear it from everyone else and I get so irritated. I know I shouldn't b/c they don't know the situation but i still feel the urge to mutter under my breath and roll my eyes as I turn in the other direction although I somehow manage to keep a straight face. I think reading discussion boards and forums has helped keep me sane... knowing that other people feel the same way and are going through the exact same thing in some sort of way is comforting. Makes me feel like I'm not alone in my frustrations and that it's okay to be feeling this way. Sorry for such a long answer but your post reminded me so much of myself that I kind of went into a lil' tirade without realizing it lol. Hang in there and know that there are many people on these boards and others that u can seek for support. Lots and lots of baby dust & prayers for you and your husband. Here's to hoping we both get a BFP!!!!! View Thread
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