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    mrslee97658 posted:
    Waiting for AF to come....sorry I've been MIA ladies....been busy... but just putting in my update...AF should be making her grand entrance on Tuesday the 13th least its not Friday the 13th. I've had that happen before.....not feeling any preggo symptoms or AF symptoms for that matter, although I had a lot of cramping for about a week after I was supposed to O and now it is gone so we will see. Not expecting anything out of the norm.
    BabyLovesPrada responded:
    Well I have my fingers crossed for you!
    mrslee97658 replied to BabyLovesPrada's response:
    Thanks but if I do just get AF I won't be disappointed....not tracking cycles and like you I expect it to take at least 3 months to be "normal" again.

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