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Posted: Sat Mar 02, 2013 6:12 pm 
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Well i wonder if anyone might be able to enlighten me. I ovulated wednesday this week baby danced sunday and tuesday and have been having bladder problems weeing way too much to what i have been drinking and then i am so thirsty is is stupid but i dont wee as much??

I have also been having strange stomache cramping is the best way to describe it not quiet like period pain but like muscle type and it is making me sometimes feel sick but only bile comes up.

Does anyone know whether it might be something to get excited about. I doubt i would get any sypmtoms this quick if i was pregnant but i have put on 2lb in the last week and i was losing weight. Question Question

I wonder what is happening as the previous month i had 2 days period then this month just gone it was 4 days then just stopped not slowing down like it has done before just stopped. Strange i wonder if im going through the change im 35 so dont know if i would.
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Posted: Sat Mar 02, 2013 10:14 pm 
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35 would be very early to be going through the change. There is such a thing as early menopause but I wouldn't jump to that conclusion.
It does seem too early for it to be something exciting. Sounds like you might have a UTI tbh. I'd start drinking lots of weak squash if I were you to flush it through(weak squash is better than just water).
If it is something to be excited about you'll benefit from he extra fluids anyway. xx
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Posted: Sun Mar 03, 2013 1:01 pm 
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I didnt think of uti tbh. Ill try that and see how we go. I did think it would be too early to be experiencing pergnancy symptoms really but you know when you hope just a little. I have been drinking loads as i had a headache to add to it. I doubt i will be pregnant ever anyway as the other half doesnt seem to worring about it and thinks we have all the time in the world. I tried explaining about age but he goes deaf so i dont even mention it no more.

Since i said im not bothered the baby dancing has been different as well like he is more relaxed but it doesnt help that friends are popping them out like nothing. lol
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Posted: Sun Mar 03, 2013 1:19 pm 
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I know what it's like hoping yes. Just because it's too early for symptoms, doesn't mean you won't get your bfp. xx
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Posted: Sun Mar 03, 2013 6:45 pm 
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I dont want to get excited when i think the chance as slim really. It was like whne im due for af also the sweats here and there.
Symptoms for af - Hot flushes, sweats and going loo often and just making it sometimes. Never been pregnant so could not compare anyway but i dont normally get the sweats and bladder problems either around ov time so not sure what is going on Sigh. Sometimes get feed up when something different shows it head and it starts you wondering if it is or not. Embarassed

How are you getting along anyway KazM, I remember we was on the same cycle.
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Posted: Sun Mar 03, 2013 7:01 pm 
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Well, we were back at the infertility specialist on Friday, got offered referral for IVF then or 3 months more on clomid but at 100mg dose(previously been 50mg) and then referral for IVF if no luck. We have opted for 3 months clomid first but also found out which clinics are possible so we can research them.

Think we have fallen out of cycle sync as you're in 2ww and I'm only on day 12. Smile xx
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Posted: Sun Mar 03, 2013 10:17 pm 
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Ahh shame i was hoping for a ttc buddy. Hopfully the clomid works for you i didnt realise there was different dosage by so much. Is the what make you ovulate regular? Ive heard so many people say about it and even have seen it in the health food shop but thought i better speak with doctor before i took anything like that.

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Posted: Mon Mar 04, 2013 7:41 am 
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My symptoms of imminent AF after OV as I've got older (36) is hot sweats at night and frequent urination. I have irregular periods and as soon as I get these symptoms I know I am due on. When I conceived my son the hot sweats at night went on throughout the first trimester too.
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Posted: Mon Mar 04, 2013 6:31 pm 
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I used to always have a bloody nose a week to the day before af Then a few days before the night sweats and during af night sweats. I seemed to have missed these sweats and n ose bleeds now. I instead had like flu feeling the week before so counted that. As ive got older i seem to be going the opposite direction to warming symptoms for my af due time. The only thing is it has become less like 3 days and not that heavy either but everything seems to be ok so doctors say and smear all clear. Im just going with it for now unless something worries me enough.
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Posted: Mon Mar 04, 2013 7:04 pm 
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Lindseylou wrote:
Ahh shame i was hoping for a ttc buddy. Hopfully the clomid works for you i didnt realise there was different dosage by so much. Is the what make you ovulate regular? Ive heard so many people say about it and even have seen it in the health food shop but thought i better speak with doctor before i took anything like that.

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Clomid does help you ovulate regularly. I definitely wouldn't take it without it being prescribed because it's not suitable for everyone(it's not suitable for people with endometriosis for example).

If your OH has SA and they know everything is ok and you have ovulation issues then they may prescribe it for you. It's not recommended for unexplained infertiliy on the NICE guidelines now though.

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Posted: Mon Mar 04, 2013 8:59 pm 
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Lindseylou wrote:
Ahh shame i was hoping for a ttc buddy. Hopfully the clomid works for you i didnt realise there was different dosage by so much. Is the what make you ovulate regular? Ive heard so many people say about it and even have seen it in the health food shop but thought i better speak with doctor before i took anything like that.

Baby dust to you loads.


Clomid does help you ovulate regularly. I definitely wouldn't take it without it being prescribed because it's not suitable for everyone(it's not suitable for people with endometriosis for example).

If your OH has SA and they know everything is ok and you have ovulation issues then they may prescribe it for you. It's not recommended for unexplained infertiliy on the NICE guidelines now though.

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My OH is not keen on getting his sample checked out and finished his vit and didnt say so i couldnt get him any more. I think it is him as he is stressing that each month i say af has arrived he feel like he has failed as he hasnt got me pregnant. I cant have anything done untill he gets a sample done so we are at a brick wall and im tired going on at him to do it.
I do think he is on an other planet as he recons he can save up so much money and when he gets a certain amount then it would be a good time to try harder stupid bloody bloke really.
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Posted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 7:39 pm 
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He might not be keen. Maybe you need to lay out the facts, no frills or niceness to make a point. Might make him think.

I find a blow up then back off strategy works best with my husband.
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