Hi Allie! I just read your post about your birthday, and I'll be 26 this Sunday. Isn't that funny, one day apart.
As for your other question, with my first pregnancy, I got a bfp on cd 15 and my second on CD 15. For the second I also tested on day 10 and got a BFN. Sadly both ended in m/c but I'm hoping to try again soon. Does it feel like the years are passing by faster? I hope this is your month, I know what heartache a m/c is. It sucks. Have a great birthday and I hope you get the present you really want!
Hey Vanessa! How are you!!! I miss talking to you!!! Email me sometime! It's ***@**** I'd love to email.
Anyway, yeah, it took me a long time to get my BFP the last time, so I'm not too worried. I hope I get one on Saturday because that's my 26th birthday!
It's weird, because the two early pregnancies that I had, I got pregnant so easily, so I think that I have a good chance of getting pregnant again......but it's hard to say. We BDed before, day of positive OPK, and two days after positive....so I hope we caught the egg.
I want a BFP, but I'm scared at the same time, you know?
So, Vanessa, after you got your BFP on Day 14 po....what did you do? Immediately call your doctor? Get a blood test? Doc says she'll test immediately for my HCG and progesterone after I get a BFP. Pray for me! I'm praying for you!! :)
Yes, I called my doctor immidiately and then we did blood test to cofirm the pregnancy. Two days later we did another one to make sure that my levels double and basically that is.
Of course I'm praying for you:)
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