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    Sigh...this is more than I bargained for.
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    aintitfunny posted:
    Well, my partner and I have been trying for about 4 months with no luck (so it seems). We had sex almost every day leading up to ovulation and one day after. Exactly a week and a half after, my breasts started itching like CRAZY. I have never experienced that (sure I have tender breasts leading up to my period), but never itchy...then, I was also nauseated around breakfast time...my period isn't expected until Friday (I am a regular 26 day cycle for the past 4 years) - long story short, I took a HPT and nothing. I think I will just look forward to my period coming.

    With DS, I got pregnant unexpectedly (the first time hubby and I didn't use protection). I am 8 years older so I wasn't expecting the same results, but wasn't expecting it to be so difficult.


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