My name is Linnell and I am 27 years old, married, with one 2 year old son. I recently miscarried in April, had a regular cycle in May, and now that it is June I'M PREGNANT!!!! However, I am very optimistic and refuse to become excited until I at least reach a 12week mark, to feel that I am kinda out of the clear for another miscarriage. But just wanted to say hey ya'll and I look forward to supporting and receiving support from you guys!!!
thank you yanna only new to this site and really find it a great support, delighted to hear about your BFP, and im wishing ur little jelly bean is super sticky x im still waiting on my period since i had m/c 12th june, have been using ovulation tests but so far all negative :(, so i guess i aint ovulating this month, so just waiting on my periods ,suppose in my head im hoping tests didnt pick up my LH surge and i get a BFP instead or periods :) ah im allowed dream, really hope it all works out great for you xxxxxxx
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