hey girlies, guess what i just read!!!!....that oral sex around ovulation may be harmful to the sperm! it said that there is bacteria in saliva that may be very harmful to the little spermies... just a little tip for you...one that i've never heard before! i'm kind of sad about it... has anyone else ever heard this? i thought it was good because orgasms make a more alkaline environment which is comfortable to the sperm. i guess it's best to orgasm through intercourse rather than oral sex around baby making time. ****baby dust to all!!!!****
I'm not sure if I am or not. I feel like I am. I am 4 days late. But I have been testing for a week now and BFN all over! I have symptoms and all...but I am trying to wait patiently. I have 2 children already you'd think I would know by now how to tell and all that. lol But thats been like 5 yrs ago. haha Another thing that I realized to and that I DO remember about finding out I was pregnant with the other kids was that I dint acutally test until I was already 5 weeks. I think I just never got it and it dawned on me...DUH take as test. haha And plus back then I wasnt exactly TRYING to get preggers. AND I never kept track of my AFs. Well good luck to you. ~~Baby Dust~~....
i find this board to be a great support! we are not telling family/friends that we are ttc so having others to talk to about it and learn from has been amazing :-) and there is only so much that my hubby can add to the conversation involving our baby making journey (he thinks i am far too obsessed and doesn't understand how tricky it actually is). baby dust to all!!!
I like doing it that way much better It was a little weird at first but once I explained it to my dh he's totally on board. It's much more fun when both parties are comfortable to do whatever it takes...lol
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