(Closed) Charters of the Hive: Part XVII

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Post # 482
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

@MrsEagleEye:  congrats!!!! I have my fx for you!!!

Post # 483
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

@MrsAMac:  Sorry about AF.  I think temping to figure things out is a great idea.  FX that you get your BFP the first month back!

Post # 485
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

@hardtoconcentrate:  Glad you had a good talk with your DH. I’m feeling ok. Some days are better then others. πŸ™‚ Your chart had a nice rise today. When do you get the progesterone results?

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@MrsEagleEye:  Popping in to say whoo hooo! Congratulations I love seeing the charter girls graduate. Fx for a perfect sticky baby!!!!

Wishing you ladies all the baby dust in the world you deserve it and I’m cheering you on.

Post # 486
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

@MrsEagleEye: Oh my gosh, I am over the moon for you!!! Congratulations!!!!!! Ahhh, this made me so happy today. Serious congrats and thoughts and prayers for a sticky baby. We have another graduate! WOOHOO! πŸ™‚

 

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@doxielove: Thanks so much. πŸ™‚ And yeah, WTH is going on with your chart?! I’m still stalking you, waiting to see what happens…

 

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@LuluH:  Is it your back that’s bothering you still?  Is there anything you can do about that?  I hope you find some relief soon.  Thanks for stalking my chart – makes me feel special. πŸ˜‰ About the progestrone, they said they’d call me this week.  I don’t know anything about this stuff really beyond what I’ve seen on the bee, but I *think* I’d have a shorter LP and more spotting if there was a progestrone issue…but I really have no idea, so I’m looking forward to having some results and going from there. 

Post # 488
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Bumble bee

@hardtoconcentrate:  in any case, it just means you’ll get your bfp ASAP, one way or another. I’m guessing any difficulties are probably temporary due to your husbands prostate πŸ™‚ I mean you’re only two cycles ahead of me and we didn’t have any medical issues (besides timing). I’m sure within the next couple cycles you’ll get your BFP! I’m okay. My morning sickness was awful yesterday + major food aversions. I’m exhausted and super emotional lol. it’s kind of funny because I cry at anything with animals or babies. Including the funny Subaru commercial where dogs are buying cars lol. I poas’d on a cheapy and the test line was a lot darker than the control which amused me. Overall, I’m good πŸ™‚ 

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@MrsEagleEye:  OMG CONGRATS!!!!

Post # 489
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

@hardtoconcentrate:  How was your special night?! I see DH was a sweetheart w/everything πŸ™‚ Are you sill planning on POAS soon? 

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@MrsEagleEye:  Yay! Congratulations!!

Post # 492
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

Wow this thread has blown up lately. I’m trying to stay off the computer more. So that’s why I’m not around much. And I probably won’t comment much. BUt I will continue to chart stalk! 

@MrsEagleEye:  on the topic of chart staking… I was chart stalking and noticed your chart and immediately had to check in here!! So happy for you πŸ™‚

One question. Sooo I’m expecting to ovulate right around the time I’m traveling around to go to DR. We’re changing timezones twice. Once on our way out to the airport we’re flying out of on Friday (we’re visiting friends, they’re watching our dogs, it’s only 2 hrs away, and the tickets were cheaper) it’s CST and we’re on the edge of EST. THEN on Sunday morning, we’re waking up super early for our flight out and then going two time zones forward (AST)… so how do I do my temping if my predicted o date window is S-T? I’m hoping I o sooner and don’t have to worry. but ugh I’m frustrated because now we’re going to have to make sure we bring our stuff for our trip πŸ™ 

TLDR version: Friday-EST Sat-CST Sun-CST but we’re waking up an hour prior to what my temping time would be and then Mon-AST

Post # 493
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

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@Woodstock:  Thanks everyone for the well-wishes!  I will continue to stalk these boards and hope we see some more graduates soon!  FX’d for everyone waiting to test πŸ™‚

 

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@Woodstock:  Wow, that is a lot of time changes!  I hope you are able to O sooner so it’s a non-issue, but if not could you just set an alarm to always temp at the same time EST?  Not sure if that will work or not.  Another option would be to temp 30 mins earlier or later on the days before you switch time zones?  So for Fri (EST), you could temp 30 mins earlier than your normal EST temping time, then Sat (CST) you could do 30 mins later than your normal temping time so they would end up being about the same? Hope that made sense.  Enjoy your trip! 

Post # 494
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

@glittermoon:  lol thanks still getting the hang of all the slang on here :p

Post # 495
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

@Woodstock:   Traveling and temping, fun stuff!  Last cycle I traveled two time zones east for the holidays, and it took 3-4 days for my body to acclimate.  I had read to temp at the same time in the new time zone, but they were significantly lower and I ended up temping at a time that coordinated with my time zone.  My chart still ended up being wacky, and I even adjusted many of the temps to get it to look as good as it does.  I agree with 

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@MrsEagleEye:  that you should stick with EST if you can, or make small shifts, even as small as 15 minutes.  Are you waking up earlier than your EST temp time on Sunday?  Also, you are TTA right?  Do you rely on the temp shift to confirm you are safe?  Hopefully you’ll O before the DR.  I found that I was more sensitive to going east than west but I’m sure everyone is different.

Post # 496
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

@MrsEagleEye:  just saw your BFP picture. Congrats mama. 

 

Popping in with a quick update abouty chart. My temp is still up at 13DPO. This is usually the day I get AF and I usually have a temp drop to 97.3. Temp is still up at 97.9. And this morning I woke up and it feels like somebody punched me in the gut. I sort of feel like all of the wind was knocked out of me and felt sick to my stomach. Now I’m not too sure if that’s a PG sign or not or if my body’s just acting a little crazy. 

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