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**TTC July 2019**
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Posted 29 June 2019 - 10:36 AM
Thought I'd kick us off for July. CD2 for me. A little disappointed but my last cycle was much shorter and with a longer LP than the one prior, so I'm feeling much more positive about this next cycle. Not sure if I'll make it to testing in July based on how long my cycles have been, but hopefully.
Good luck to everyone trying in July!
Posted 20 July 2019 - 09:10 PM
Returning to the TTC forums as we prepare for baby number 2. Our daughter will be 2 in October.
We stopped using contraception on my last cycle but aren’t actively ‘trying’ as of yet. Have been tracking my cycle and am generally 28 days. Currently on CD 31. Dont think we lined things up well enough this cycle and was sick last week so thinking that has thrown things out of whack more than anything. Plus it took 8 months of actively TTC our daughter and OPKs to get there in the end.
So basically. I’ll be pretty surprised if we have fallen pregnant this quickly second time round but will be testing tomorrow night (after very mild birthday celebrations 😂) just in case.
Good luck to all of those TTC this month!
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