Hello all, I havnt dropped in for a while, it is good to see that some on here are graduating to a trimester and out of ZTTC. I myself have not been so lucky. I have decided to try again with all hope that it will come true this year, because next year i will be 35 and i really dont want any more kids after 35. I already have 3 amazing boys, Who are the light of my life. I am aming for that little girl but i really would like a boy too! I startedAF on Nov 2. I usually run a 32 day cycle well the last few months anyway. My hubby and i did the dden two or three days after my period of 7 days was over. Honestly i have been feeling really sick, with a funky taste in my mouth. I am hoping that i OV early and it is not the flu. I know many people say you cant know that soon, but those peopple are wrongI I misscarried about 5 years ago, i had to argue with the doctor to do a blood test becasue i knew i was prego. He did and of course was suprised at the outcome. I was only a week pregoguess we will see on the what second of Dec. Anyways good luck to all and baby dust...View Thread
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