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    When should I test??
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    mom2wge posted:
    Hello, DH and I were ttc#4 after a mc earlier this year. I was taking bc pills after to regulate my cycle, and stopped taking them in July. Had a period Aug 3rd, then LMP was Sept 2nd. Ive been feeling tired, moody, and a little swollen the last few days. I was going to wait til Oct 5th to test. Do you think that's enough time? Assuming I don't start my cycle in a couple days, that is. [br>[br>What do you think??
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Yes, October 5 would be plenty of time. Since your LMP was 9/2, if you have a 28 day cycle, your next MP would be about 9/30. If you wait until 10/5, your period would be 5 days late.
    Proud mommy to PJ (4)


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