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    Not so much in the 2WW
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    TKO120107 posted:
    I think we're out for this month. I've been checking CM, and either I missed it or I haven't O'd yet. If it's the second one, it'll be a first. I have NEVER missed a period while not on BC or pregnant.

    I found out that I'm slightly anemic when I went to donate blood the other day so I'm wondering if maybe that is causing me problems. I've been really tired and my heart will pound if a exert myself even a little ... both symptoms of anemia. I'm waiting for the results of blood tests to see hopefully what the scoop is and what I need to do to fix it.
    Me (39) DH (40) DS (2) TTC no. 2


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