October 2019 POAS

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Sugar bee

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minimalistoverplanner :  I don’t know if it’s a blessing but it’s certainly nice when it doesn’t drag out and make it longer than necessary. 

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Cote1590 :  Woop! FX for a positive super quick!

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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

Yes i mostly went out of curiosity, i like stats like that. But it did make it seem like with all the “symptoms” i thought i was having plus a 70% positive rate on 10 DPO that i should have had a BFP today. But maybe i just need to not symptom spot so much haha! 

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Honey bee
  • Wedding: July 2018

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TiggersMitts :  thank you ❤️ Frankly I do think he’s a lucky little boy to be born into our family! We adore him and we are science-minded, so we’re gonna do everything we can to make sure he thrives! 

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Sugar bee

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minimalistoverplanner :  Symptom spotting is the worst. Shit, I was doing it … and I haven’t even ovulated. Top that 😩

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Bumble bee

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KittyYogi :  it’s very clear you were meant to be his mama 

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Newbee
  • Wedding: July 2015

Hi all, I had to come on here because I don’t know what to do with this information…. 

I just peed on a stick and got 2 lines!!! Not even a squinted on the FRER, 2 lines. Holy crap! I did the cheapie strip first and thought it was a squinted so I broke out at FRER and tested from the same urine sample. 

holy! Still can’t believe it  

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Worker bee

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catlover123 :  Wow! Congratulations! Hope everything goes well for you! So exciting! Have you told your husband/partner yet? 

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Newbee
  • Wedding: July 2015

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tealmint13 :  yes, I came down right after with tests in hand and just threw them in front of him haha 

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Sugar bee

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catlover123 :  How exciting! Congratulations Momma!

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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2015

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catlover123 :  Congratulations!!

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Honey bee
  • Wedding: July 2018

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catlover123 :  congrats lady!! That’s awesome. Also I like your username 😉 Kitties4life!

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2016

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MsPlucky :  Just something to consider if you’re still reading this board, but my naturopath said that the CD21 is based on when you get your LH spike and so you’re best to do the test 5-7 days AFTER you get your spike. So if you don’t get your spike until day 18, that would be CD23 or whatever the math works out to be. 

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Sugar bee

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AstonMartin :  So I should do it after my most positive OPK? That would put my bloodwork next Wednesday on day 7 after the spike.

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2016

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MsPlucky :  Thats what I was told by my naturopath. She said that to wait until I get my positive OPK and then go 5-7 days after that. I’m seeing mine next wednesday so I can confirm that again, but thats what I was told/ am doing – i’m also going for it. I’m on day 13 right now, and I don’t have a postiive OPK yet, so my 5-7 days hasn’t started ticking. 

 

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