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Really sorry to hear Farmermum.
And fingers crossed for you Mam85!

How does everyone deal with the TWW???

I don't know whether it's a good thing or not, but because I'm on hcg shots I can't test until next Monday (14dpo), I don't hold out much hope for this cycle as I've had 2 temps today and yesterday just above baseline (with a spike before that).

Anybody have advice for how to avoid obsessing about it?!

Xx
Gen_86 Thanks. No advice sorry, I keep obsessing and keep wanting to test even though really it's too soon (AF not due until next Monday). Two negatives so far and i'm starting to lose hope :/

Two week wait is the worst!
Thanks for the support Mama85 smile
I keep thinking that the more I think about it, the less likely it will happen (dumb I know) but then I can't stop thinking about it anyway, and analyzing every little sign! I just have to be patient I guess!
Lol i'm analyzing every little sign as well. Feel nauseous, have sore breasts (but i've just reduced the amount I breastfed my daughter so that's probably why), i'm extremely tired, i'm having cravings, it's bad to symptom spot because then you get your hopes up and it makes it even more disappointing if AF shows.

I hope we get some positives this month smile
How are you getting on Dejanz? Tested yet?
Peed on a stick today. Was negative (of course, being 8 days away from period lol) I just can't control myself!
kolah86 wrote:
Peed on a stick today. Was negative (of course, being 8 days away from period lol) I just can't control myself!


Lol that was me on Monday - a week away from period and I tested then couldn't help myself and tested again today even though I said I would wait until Friday. Both were negative sad
Hi girls,

hope your all well. Its amazing how a pregnancy test can become so addictive!

Farmermum, sorry to hear your feeling down. Sending positive thoughts your way and everyone else who is feeling a bit down.

Im feeling a bit fed up, i went in for my ultrasound day 13 cycle, expecting fantastic results, had a few small follicles (what the hell) the day of my scan at night time i had the worst ovary pain, chart showed i was soon to ovulate and OPK test positive. Rang my specialist for report of my ultrasound and she said looks like i have a cyst on my right ovary and can't tell if i ovulated or not or what's going on with my body. Feel bit empty and frustrated.
LOL Mama and Kolah! So glad to see I'm not the only crazy person to pee on a stick so early!! Fingers crossed in a few more days you guys have some BFPs xx

Gen, The TWW really is torture. I try to keep myself distracted. I usually document every little feeling I get that might be a symptom, but this cycle I've decided I'm not allowed to. Chances of me getting pregnant are slim anyways so why expect it to happen lol.

Sofiaa I'm really sorry to hear about the cyst. Bodies are so complicated and it can be so frustrating sad I had a large cyst on my right ovary last year, it hung around for about 6 months and was SO PAINFUL at ovulation time. Like labour painful. Good news though that it did resolve itself eventually (after being on the pill). It's not a nice situation to be in though. I still feel like my ovary might be damaged from mine as it was so large (5-6cm) and was full of blood. Hopefully your specialist will be able to sort it out for you *big hugs*
I was going to do another test this morning but stopped myself. I got pregnant so quickly (in 3 months) with my daughter so this is torture for me. Alot of damage was done during my emergency c-section so i'm hoping it hasn't affected my ability to get pregnant. It's been 9 months of trying so far so if it hasn't happened by June i'm going to go get checked out.
Thanks for all the kind comments ladies. My thoughts are with all of you too. This is only my 4th cycle I guess but both my partner and I conceived easily and quickly (before we were together and quite a few years ago) now I'm 37 and he's 50 so I keep thinking maybe I should start getting things checked out or am I just over reacting??
Farmer_mum wrote:
Thanks for all the kind comments ladies. My thoughts are with all of you too. This is only my 4th cycle I guess but both my partner and I conceived easily and quickly (before we were together and quite a few years ago) now I'm 37 and he's 50 so I keep thinking maybe I should start getting things checked out or am I just over reacting??


I think they say when you're over 35 and been trying for 6 months to have an appointment? Would certainly not hurt to go and chat things over with your Dr smile
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