About Me: Female, 52, Hollywood, FL, member since Dec 2007
I am so excited that we are having a baby boy. Being pregnant is so interesting. I never know what my body or the baby is going to do. I love the physical transformation and so does his father. I feel it is a privilege to be carrying this little boy and I can not wait t
[More]o seen him on or around September 1, 2009.
Hi, I will like to know if you got an answer for a question that you have posted. Below is what you hAve asked
Not that I am disputing this but if you were pregnant wouldn't the OPK show positive every time you test if research shows LH and HCG are similar? I’m asking because I don’t want to keep purchasing OPK’s at $50 for a month supply when I may in fact be pregnant. This is so confusing.
Congrats on your baby boy (I assume he arrived healthy and happy!) I just read the comment you left in Dec. 2007. How did that situation end up? Was it a side effect of an IUD or were you pregnant? I have the same symptoms and don't know what is going on!
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