HUGE Hugs and Congrats to you!! I was only thinking about you the other day!!! I am not on here much anymore... got my hands full with the baby and also dont feel like I 'fit' anywhere... I have been a bit down since having the baby, had a few complications which lead to me being sterilised and just dont feel complete.... being part a group TTC seems all wrong seeing as I am never going to be pregnant again =( Anyway babe - take good care of you, I am still around to cheer you on and cant wait to hear your updates. massive hugs x x x
Don't worry! (or at least try not to) It's a good sign that the blood isn't red and you're not cramping! Will keep my fingers crossed for you! On a side note, I'm just like you...was a hugely athletic teenager and then just stopped when I was around 15. Discovered boys and I think I may have had a thyroid issue undiagnosed, too. But in any case, am working so hard to correct the effects of years of a sedentary lifestyle and a terrible diet! :-) Hope the spotting stops soon!
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