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Yes, it's hard to keep up with all of the abbreviations! The standard ones are the following:
AF = Aunt Flow (your period)
BBT = Basal Body Temperature (taken with a fertility thermometer)
BFP = Big Fat Positive (pregnancy test)
CD = Cycle Day (CD1 begins on the first day of AF)
CF = Cervical Fluid (interchanged with CM = Cervical Mucus)
HPT = Home Pregnancy Test
IF = Infertility
IUI = Intrauterine Insemination
IVF = In Vitro Fertilization
LMP = Last Menstrual Period
OPK = Ovulation Predictor Kit
TTC = Trying To Conceive
Thanks so much!!! I did get some of them right, when iwas reading posts...I was confused so much on DH LOL Best of luck to you all...I just started the progesterone supp. and can test on Monday....Praying for a BFP
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