Oh, you're from Canada? My DH is from Canada. We're waiting for our application to be approved so that he can move to the states. So our next attempt at ttc #1 will hopefully be next month when I visit him.View Thread
Hello Anon1060, I'm believing with you that this is your month!
I'm not the most knowledgeable about when we ovulate after we see the EWCM, but based on what I read, I thought it was a day or two after we see the EWCM. So if you saw it on the 7th and your calendar says you ovulated on the 9th, maybe it could be correct.
Either way you covered that by BDing last night and tonight as well.
Keep us posted on your post-ovulation symptoms.
I'm not sure if you've mentioned it in a previous post, but are you ttc #1 or do you have other children?View Thread
MrsBurt...you are so right. Other people asking questions and showing support can make it difficult.
I thought I wasn't going to be able to see DH last month, but when I was talking to my sister, she was sooo excited about DH and I having a baby that it got me ready to run see him and try. My mom is also always asking about us having a baby. I have 3 sisters and they all have children...I'm the last one to have a baby and I'll be 33 this year.
This month I won't be in the ttc race and I hate not being able to try, so I know how you feel.
I haven't charted or used an OPK yet. I'm going to check out fertility friend now. I might get an OPK, depending on how much it is. Actually, it's worth the cost, so I'll splurge.
MrsBurt, how is DH doing?
Evalyne, I can't believe it's taking this long for your BFP to show up! The 2WW is more than enough. Which test are you using?View Thread
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