Hi Sue! Where have you been? We've missed you. Did you see April got a faint bfp yesterday? I'm so excited for her. I can wait til she gets here, she's running late. What day are you on? I'm so lost, I don't know what day. You probably saw that in the other posts. Still bfn this am, but I'm hoping tomorrow or Saturday. Tomorrow would be a great day for a bfp, Good Friday would become Great Friday! lol Yes, I have been busy keeping the hpt people rich. Buying $trees like there's no tomorrow. lol What's new w/you?
I used a sucky test this am. It had way too much blue dye in it. So the whole window was blue. So I will be going in just a bit to my docs office to have the blood test done. As soon as I get the results, you will =o)
What's up? RU prego???? Still BFN here.....I think I'm going to give up and just quit TTC....I think I am just going to let nature take it's course and if I get prego then that's how it's suppose to be I can't take the stress and the pain when I get those BFN. April you know I'm pulling for you. My email's down but soon as it gets working again I'll shoot you a letter.
Dang, I don't know how you can do it. I would have peed in a cup so I had back up pee to do another one! lol First I use a cheap one then if anything promising, I bust out a FRER. I am hopeless aren't I? Will you be able to get results from dr today?
Yeah, I get here about 6:45. I'm in the air conditioning business so work starts early. I have been able to leave by 3, but the heat is setting in and it's looking like 5pm is going to be back. I check in here about every 20 mins or so. I keep it running in the background. I don't know what I'd do with myself if I didn't have the forum to keep me preoccupied!
What did your chart do today? Anything exciting? Mine climbed up quite a bit. I can hardly wait til tomorrow. This is most promising chart I've had yet. I'm also excited that ff put the comment on the implantation signs area that it looks triphasic. Of course there are tons of triphasic charts that are not pg, but still a positive sign :)
Nothing too exciting. But my temp did go up today and is staying above the cover line, so that's a plus. As erratic and rocky as it is, you can AT LEAST see the thermal shift. Logon: JerzygirlatHrt Pass: squirtle
Wow. I though my chart was the most confusing, lol. Is this cycle long for you? It looked like normal is 27days? I switched it back and forth on the diff methods and yours does like mine. Nothing 4 sure. Have you tested at all incase the advanced is correct?
I've tested and so far, BFN. This is a very long cycle for me. I had a long one January - February, where I was 17 days later than normal. "Normal" is usually a 28 or 29-day cycle. This one is gonna be my second long one. I don't know why. It's been regular for years. I'm assuming I'm around 10DPO so I know it's kinda early for testing, but I get antsy, lol.
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