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#1 FaithHopeLove

Posted 24 January 2013 - 06:24 PM

New thread - lets go for a new run of sticky eagles!

JANUARY IS MY MONTH



Testing on...

Tuesday January 1st

Wednesday January 2nd
Ali_Cat - BFP!

Thursday January 3rd

Friday January 4th
jessietroy
EllaBellaAU BFP!


Saturday January 5th

Sunday January 6th
tahliahay BFP!
The_Copleys - BFP!


Monday January 7th

Tuesday January 8th
sleepyerin BFP!

Wednesday January 9th
JessicaViolet88
AnnBB - BFP!


Thursday January 10th
Andrews mum

Friday January 11th
Minnieme4me
jessicaviolet88 BFP!


Saturday January 12th
imatrying
born to be a mum
Autumnmumma BFP!


Sunday January 13th
Lisags
Krizzle
cath83BFP!
Minnieme4me (#2)


Monday January 14th

Tuesday January 15th
trying~again
Mo2k
MummyLyss


Wednesday January 16th
Dabri BFP!
Christine13 BFP!
MrsBG BFP!
RainRain


Thursday January 17th
MumOfOneBFP!
caninestorm
Poseidon768 "DM"
Minnieme4me (#3)


Friday January 18th
akadia BFP!
Larabubbles
BlueEyedBeauties


Saturday January 19th

Sunday January 20th

Monday January 21st

Tuesday January 22nd

Wednesday January 23rd
*molly*

Thursday January 24th

Friday January 25th
Rachelwoo
Bambiigrrl


Saturday January 26th
ChilliDog

Sunday January 27th

Monday January 28th
HappyLife
Luvmy3 BFP! 30/1


Tuesday January 29th

Wednesday January 30th
dimensionk BFP! 23/1

Thursday January 31st


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Limboland

Dates in January - PM FaithHopeLove (FHL) or reply to thread to confirm

February Testers
FaithHopeLove 6/2
JessieTroy 4/2
PrincessPeach 4/2
Gemcat 5/2
MummaWantsAnother 11/2


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Congratulations on your


September = 11

~ JusCB79 7/9  ~ HappyPurpleGirl  8/9 ~ theweehagis 8/9 ~
~ HopefulAngel 8/9 ~ RachealJane 8/9 ~ jade78 9/9 ~ WishyBee 9/9 ~
~ AnnBB 16/9 ~ zaacaa 23/9 ~ groovychick_x84 23/9 ~ Janene87 29/9 ~

October = 15

~ ms*teach 4/10 ~ ChilliDog 8/10 ~ fireylee 12/10 ~ karlie.jane 14/10 ~
~ chocolate_cake 17/10 ~ elle_woods82 17/10 ~ jmaz86 19/10 ~
~ Ruba-dub-bub 19/10 ~ CharmaineKnight 21/10 ~ Bombom 21/10 ~
~ stephteff 26/10 ~ Mel_W 28/10 ~ Sunnycat 29/10 ~ Bambiigrrl 30/10 ~
~ LeNat McCoy 30/10 ~

November = 4

~ Wywy'sMum 9/11 ~ melmelmel 12/11 ~ Nellie1083 14/11 ~
~ Tea-snob 24/11 ~

December =9
~ chloesmum2008 1/12 ~ HeartMyBoys 2/12 ~ miss-petal 2/12 ~
~ winterbabies 3/12 ~ babyangelfever 4/12 ~ caninestorm 8/12 ~
~ Impish 13/12 ~ jens1607 - 15/12 ~ bitingmynails 21/12 ~
~

January 2013 = ??
~ Ali_Cat 2/1 ~ EllaBellaAU 4/1 ~ The_Copleys 6/1 ~ tahliahay 6/1 ~ sleepyerin 8/1 ~  AnnBB 9/1 ~ Jessicaviolet88 11/1 ~ Dabri 12/1 ~q Autumnmumma 12/1 ~ Squick aka MrsBG 12/1 ~ Hoping2BaMummy 14/1 ~ Cath83 16/1 ~ Christine13 16/1 ~ MummOfOne 16/1 ~ Dabri 16/1 ~ akadia 18/1 ~ dimensionk  23/1 ~ mrsradiant 24/1 ~ Luvmy3 30/1 ~



Terminology:
MyMonth - English
Eagle – positive pregnancy test
No Eagle – negative pregnancy test
Houston we have a problem – negative pregnancy test
SFF – Shagging for fun
SWI – Shagging with Intent
BD (Boom Diggity) - SWI
FJ (Fanny Juice) – CM (Cervical Mucus)
FFJ (Fertile Fanny Juice) – EWCM
Buzwams – Breasts
George - Period (Darn Evil Thing)
TC (Torture Chamber) - 2ww specifically but can apply to whole ttc journey

ps just added DET as an extra description for george as it seemed appropriate!

Edited by FaithHopeLove, 30 January 2013 - 08:43 PM.


#2 Jessie_T

Posted 24 January 2013 - 06:31 PM

Gold original.gif

#3 Iliketoflounce

Posted 24 January 2013 - 06:32 PM

gold silver

Edited by Minnieme4me, 24 January 2013 - 06:33 PM.


#4 RainRain

Posted 24 January 2013 - 06:42 PM

Bronze?

#5 RainRain

Posted 24 January 2013 - 06:46 PM

Oh Jessie - How did your appointment go?

#6 kpingitquiet

Posted 24 January 2013 - 06:46 PM

Thanks for the new thread FHL original.gif

My glimmer of a postiive has yet to be repeated. It was SO light, and not even a full line so either it was picking up random tiny traces of hcg and I'll get a real BFP in a couple days, or it was a defective test lol Time will tell. I'm still having some light cramping and LOTS of pure white CM. Testing again in the morning.

#7 Runi52

Posted 24 January 2013 - 06:46 PM

Fx keeping!

Edited by Sarah Mac, 24 January 2013 - 06:48 PM.


#8 Iliketoflounce

Posted 24 January 2013 - 06:54 PM

QUOTE (bambiigrrl @ 24/01/2013, 06:18 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
hey girls hows it hanging?

mini i have a question for you - so after your cps, how logn did it take for your cycle to go back to normal? cause after being sick and taking steroids in august, i went from a regular 28 day cycle to 47, then 39, and just when my ovulation was almost back to normal at cd22, then i had the cp to stuff it all up again. o day was 26, then the one just gon was cd31....so i guess my question is what do you reckon my chancs are of ovulation around cd 14 this month?
feels like too much to ask to me but i am being super healthy/have quit smoking and drinking, have not had any junk whatsoever, lots of tea etc etc....god please let me ovulate in good time!!

I brought some maca root powder for dh to take today (have i already said this?) and i ended up caving and brought some opks! I wasnt gonna test but i really wanna know when i have ovulated for sure! so much for my relaxed approach lol..
p.s applied for a house this arvo through my real estate friend, and we are the only ones going for it! fingers crossed!!

After the one in May I O'd on cd 20 (late May) Cd 19 (late June) CD 19 (July) then from August till now CD 15 or 16.

I think I was concetrating on work and my birthday and wasn't worried about charting and just relaxed   after AF left and did positive affimations (they work)


The main affimation was "my body knows how to Ovulate IT will happen"

#9 Lisags

Posted 24 January 2013 - 06:58 PM

Bambii I have been having maca in my smoothies for about a year.  I don't know if it makes a difference because I was on the pill when I started taking it.  I didn't know that it helped out with "cycles" until I was researching about ttc.  You need to make sure though that you don't take to much.  A teasoon a day is all you want to take. After my CP in December, I O'd on the same day (CD15).



#10 Ingrid the Swan

Posted 24 January 2013 - 07:04 PM

Fx Kping - hope it's a positive for you!

#11 RainRain

Posted 24 January 2013 - 07:07 PM

Lisa - I didn't realise you had a CP in December...I must have been away...I'm really sorry to hear that happened, and even more sorry that I didn't know. I hope I haven't said anything to upset you.

#12 Gemcat

Posted 24 January 2013 - 07:10 PM

Ahhhhh, nothing like a new thread. happy.gif *CHUCKS BABY DUST AROUND THE NEW ROOM*

QUOTE (Sarah Mac @ 24/01/2013, 07:46 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Fx keeping!


+1!

I just got back from my third acupuncture appointment. Told the doctor that I had a good feeling about this month. She checked my pulse and said 'I do too!'. Made me do a little internal squeal. biggrin.gif

Now doing pineapple and low dose aspirin (yep, trying all the ttc clichés!). Still a week til testing though. *sigh*

#13 FaithHopeLove

Posted 24 January 2013 - 07:21 PM

Fx keeping ninja.gif

No i dont think they will let me keep any leftover staws for a #2 kid but at this point i would be happy with one. as was once said to me it can all go terribly wrong when thr kids outnumber the parents wink.gif

#14 Iliketoflounce

Posted 24 January 2013 - 07:31 PM

Bambi I forgot to say If you are taking any pain killers stop taking them as the stuffed my cycles up also Epo did the same

Ibprofen is really bad for you it can delay O and affect ovulation I was on codine and fenac after my wisdom teeth were removed in May

#15 bambiigrrl

Posted 24 January 2013 - 08:30 PM

min i was taking codiene for a while there but i have not had any at all for probaly 4-5 weeks now...i am taking a low dose asprin though cause its supposed to help your lining and all. I am definatly thinking positive, healthy fertile thoughts thats for sure!
george is getting ready to leave the building for now, hopefully i wont see him again for another 10 months or so...

#16 Iliketoflounce

Posted 24 January 2013 - 09:19 PM

I try not to have codine as I got addicted to it and would take them to fall asleep every night (i was a teenager then) sometimes I wonder if I ****ed my body up doing stupid stuff like that

#17 Runi52

Posted 24 January 2013 - 09:46 PM

QUOTE (Gemcat @ 24/01/2013, 08:10 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Ahhhhh, nothing like a new thread. happy.gif *CHUCKS BABY DUST AROUND THE NEW ROOM*



+1!

I just got back from my third acupuncture appointment. Told the doctor that I had a good feeling about this month. She checked my pulse and said 'I do too!'. Made me do a little internal squeal. biggrin.gif

Now doing pineapple and low dose aspirin (yep, trying all the ttc clichés!). Still a week til testing though. *sigh*



Oooh, Gemcat that sounds very promising. You need to POAS soon! Did you know that an acupuncturist can also tell you the sex of the baby just by taking your pulse. Early on, I had a girl pulse but my acupuncturist said that can change, then at the end I got him to write down the sex and after the birth I checked and he was right. He said he had a 100% success rate telling the sex!!

#18 Gemcat

Posted 25 January 2013 - 06:00 AM

Sarah how interesting! I want a surprise though so I better tell her not to drop any hints.

#19 Zanbam

Posted 25 January 2013 - 06:31 AM

QUOTE (Minnieme4me @ 24/01/2013, 08:31 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Bambi I forgot to say If you are taking any pain killers stop taking them as the stuffed my cycles up also Epo did the same

Ibprofen is really bad for you it can delay O and affect ovulation I was on codine and fenac after my wisdom teeth were removed in May


I didn't realise this, I'm guessing ponstan would do the same thing? Looks like I'm back to gritting my teeth through cramps... mad.gif

#20 bambiigrrl

Posted 25 January 2013 - 08:06 AM

zanbam i wouldnt worry too much, i abused codiene pretty bad for a few months when i was 21, and ive had 2 kids since then... i was taking like, 10 nurafen plus in one go at one stage!

but yeah i know what you mean about getting addicted min, after the birth of my son, i was on such strong pain killers in hospitol after my c section (and was still in so much pain despite them btw) then went on codiene for 2 weeks after i left, then stopped cold turkey - bad idea! i had bad withdrawels for a week afterwards (christmas day was the worst day too, felt like puking, hot flashes, shakes, dizzy etc etc) so every since them when ever i have had to take them ( bladder pain, tooth ache, migraine etc) i always take ages to wean myself off them cause i dont ever wanna go through that again! its not fun!

#21 Iliketoflounce

Posted 25 January 2013 - 08:27 AM

QUOTE (Zanbam @ 25/01/2013, 06:31 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I didn't realise this, I'm guessing ponstan would do the same thing? Looks like I'm back to gritting my teeth through cramps... mad.gif

Only have it on like CD 1 or when you get bad AF pain I shouldn't affect O too much


Bambi withdrawals are the worst I hated them as I would be sitting here next thing shaking

#22 bambiigrrl

Posted 25 January 2013 - 09:11 AM

well spoke to my phychic friend and she doesnt think we will get the house we just applied for, and she was sketchy about me getting preggo this cycle...boo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

she said both will happen just not right now...boo....boo boo boo boo!

#23 *~Luvmy3~*

Posted 25 January 2013 - 09:21 AM

Morning! Well according to fertility friend i am 4DPO.... here i am thinking i am DPO from the date of a +ve OPK ddoh.gif

ETA- Im feeling a little cramping this morning and had a slight temp dip.... hands.gif

Edited by *~Luvmy3~*, 25 January 2013 - 09:34 AM.


#24 Lisags

Posted 25 January 2013 - 10:15 AM

Luvmy 3 a temp dip is good as it can signal implantation original.gif

Rain I'm sorry you didn't know about the CP.  There was a few of us that had a CP around the same time and I didn't want to make a big deal about it after getting through it sometime after.  You certainly haven't said anything wrong.  Your always very caring and thoughtful.  It was great for about 24 hours and I was actually 3 days late so I hand't tested early and got ahead of myself.  

So I think I may have ovulated last night or since yesterday morning (boo) I was waiting for DP to get home tonight from Tasmania to swi, but it might be a bit late.  

So I'm just going out to run some errands and then have to wait arond for the plumbers to come and install a new hot water service (ouch didn't want to pay for that just after Christmas).  Looking forward to a hot shower tonight after having cold ones the last two nights.

#25 Gemcat

Posted 25 January 2013 - 10:52 AM

QUOTE (*~Luvmy3~* @ 25/01/2013, 10:21 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Morning! Well according to fertility friend i am 4DPO.... here i am thinking i am DPO from the date of a +ve OPK ddoh.gif

ETA- Im feeling a little cramping this morning and had a slight temp dip.... hands.gif


Temp dip here too, at 5dpo


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