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    Could this be the month?
    SMaxlow posted:
    Hi ladies, I have never posted on here but could use some advice. My DH and I have been TTC for a year and a half now. And this month feels different! According to my ovulation calendar I would have ovulated early last week and implantion would have occured a around Tuesday. The last 3 days so since Wednesday I have been crampy, tired, my lower back hurts, the sides of my boobs hurt, and I have a decent amount of white discharge. I am suppose to get my period next week Thursday.

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    Mangos17 responded:
    I would *LOVE* to say yes....but if I've learned anything in the last 20's that you never know until it is confirmed because we women can do amazing things to our body and you wouldn't believe the psychology that goes into it. I would say wait until 2 days after your missed cycle and then do the pee stick first thing in the morning. I hope it comes out positive!

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