(Closed) March POAS – Part 1: Let's spring some bumps, ladies!

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Post # 62
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

Also, this is my Jenny Renny prediction month – which means it must be true!  Haha. 

Post # 63
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

@MissLunchbox:  It can get to be a bit much, at times, especially if you are new to all the temping and charting and opk’ing, but take it one step at the time.  Don’t stress with keeping up (i know its easier said that done) You’ll do fine, pretty lady ;)))

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@KH:  Im rooting for your + OPK!!!! and what does that tea suppose to do for you? I m curious.

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@RunningGal:  Welcome and may your stay be short and sweet πŸ˜‰

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@rosworms:  lol at is your toilet clean enough to puke into when the time comes? I never thought of this.  Good one !!!

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@ANewMrs:  Sorry about AF ;((((  I hope Jenny Renny is right for you, lovely lady!!!!

Post # 64
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

I’m feeling positive so will give this a go!

 

Roll Call:

Current Cycle Day: Unknown, I haven’t had a period since October πŸ™

Ovulation Date: Again unknown but I have noticed increase in CM and O symptoms (also increased desire to BD!). Have been losing weight to improve PCOS symptoms.

POAS date/Usual Cycle Length: Hopefully the start of March if no period

Cycles trying: Have been trying for 6 months but have only had 2 periods in that time

BD timing: Every other day this past week

Link to Chart, if any:  no chart.

Post # 66
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

@KH:  I love tea.  Thank you for the tip.  I just read about it and liked what it said.

Post # 67
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

@ANewMrs:  nothing like a march new years resolution, haha! good luck with that, i’m impressed with you girls that have the discipline to temp πŸ™‚

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@Indianinerniner:  wow, you sound like i used to be with the long cycles! i hope it straightens out for you soon!  have you been to a doc about it?

question for you bees, and sorry if TMI! i thought i O’d sunday based on a + OPK on sat, but today, i’ve noticed a few times when i have gone to the ladies room a few specks of blood in the toilet. it’s way too early for implantation (i am max 3DPO and probably 2), and these are literally little dots, not like discharge or anything.  i know some people experience O bleeding, is that what this could be? or should i ignore it unless i have some other symptoms? i feel fine otherwise, so i don’t think there’s anything wrong with me, and it’s so little blood i can’t imagine it being a big issue.  anyone had this before?

Post # 68
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Bee Keeper

Well ladies, I have no idea if I will be POAS anytime soon.

The doctor called today so I went to see her. My levels had dropped to 100 before I left for Florida, so I assumed by the time I got back they would be close to 0.  But nope – they went UP to 145. I took another blood test this morning so I will find out later this week.

She is sending me to an OB/gyn, she thinks that there may be something of the pregnancy left in there. I mentioned that DH and I slipped up and had sex (yeah, I know, I know, my bad!) and she said there could be a tiny chance I got knocked up again, but highly unlikely.

This is SO exhausting. Can’t the stork just deliver me a baby, like how I was born πŸ˜‰

Post # 69
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

@Lyndzo:  I just came to stalk you on here because I saw your FB and wanted to know what was up, lol!  I am so sorry, that stinks!  Not being able to just move on and start fresh has to be pretty frustrating!  Hang in there, hope you get things figured out soon!  

Post # 70
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

@Lyndzo:  Oh man, how frustrating for you! I hope everything gets back to normal soon!!

Post # 72
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Bee Keeper

@ScottishMrs:  Hoping to hear back tomorrow. I doubt it’s a new pregnancy. But I’m still getting faint lines on my wonfos. Before I left I took one and the line was barely a squinter. These ones I don’t need to squint, but maybe my hormones are just completely out of whack.

Post # 73
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

Roll Call:

Current Cycle Day: CD1 of cycle 5

Ovulation Date: Most likely March 7th or 8th

POAS date/Usual Cycle Length: Will be POAS March 20th, the day my period is due. My cycles are 29-31 days.

Cycles trying: this will be our 5th month

BD timing: Going to try for EOD

Link to Chart, if any: I will not be charting this month.

Post # 74
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

Oh well, so much for that!

AF arrived today (CD122!) but I’m really glad, I’ve been really watching what I eat and low carbing for 2 weeks after gaining a lot of weight over the holidays – very easy to do with my PCOS.

At least I can see that the diet is having a positive effect on my hormones. FX that my cycle regulates itself and I’ll se a BFP soon!

Good luck ladies!

Post # 76
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

I’m in!! And this is actually my first time posting in a POAS board so I am super excited. πŸ™‚ I am trying not to get my hopes up too much, but it’s hard! 

Roll Call:

Current Cycle Day: CD19

Ovulation Date: Feb. 16–CD 14

POAS date/Usual Cycle Length: It’ll either be Feb 28 or March 1. 

Cycles trying: This is #2

BD timing: O-4, O-2, O-1, O

Link to Chart, if any: I am temping, but don’t know exactly the best way to link to my chart! 

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