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BFP - do I keep temping?
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Posted 22 February 2013 - 08:16 AM
Yesterday, we got a BFP. Yay! We've been through a bit to get to here, so we're not counting our chickens just yet.
I wonder if I should keep temping? Or will that just give me more things to worry about?
Would be interested in your wisdom ladies.
Posted 22 February 2013 - 10:12 AM
Ally congratulations once again
I am not sure if I would keep temping it may actually give you piece of mind to keep doing it perhaps even, but I would keep a record of everything you have been doing and what you have been taking etc.
I say this as I think all the stats can be helpful for you when you try to have #2 bub and I think it can be helpful to share what you did this month that may have been different to get your BFP with others as well.
I personally have a few questions to ask you about your supplements, pineapple core etc because it could even be helpful for me to get my BFP perhaps. Not being selfish at all lol
I think a success story is always helpful to others and all the info that got you there is even more helpful too
I know your probably scared right now but I have a great feeling about this one. As soon as I read you had a faint positive my gut told me it was real and not just the IC.
FX and all the sticky vibes in the world coming your way
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