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    hopefulk77 posted:
    Copied from http://ttcjso.blogspot.com/

    1ww: 1 week wait2ww: 2 Week Wait
    AF: Aunt Flow (menstrual cycle)
    AI:Artificial Insemination
    ART: Assisted Reproductive Technology
    BBT: Basal Body Temperature
    BCP: Birth Control Pills
    BD: Baby Dancing (love making)
    BFN: Big Fat Negative (HPT result)
    BFP: Big Fat Positive (HPT result)
    BMS: Baby-Making Sex
    BW: Bloodwork
    BPT: Blood Pregnancy Test
    BTW:By the Way
    C:Cycle
    CB:Cycle Buddy
    CD:Cycle Day
    CF:Cervical Fluid
    CM:Cervical Mucus
    D&C:Dilation & Currettage
    D&E:Dilation & Evacuation
    DB:Darling /Dear Boyfriend
    DD: Darling/Dear Daughter
    DF: Darling/Dear Fiance
    DH: Darling/Dear Husband
    DP: Days Past (also Dear Partner)
    DPO: Days Past Ovulation
    DS: Darling/Dear Son
    DW: Darling/Dear Wife
    Dx: Diagnosis
    E2: Estradiol
    EB,EMB: Endometrial Biopsy
    ED: Every Day
    EOD:Every Other Day
    ENDO: Endometriosis
    EPT: Early Pregnancy Test
    EW: Egg White Consistency
    FD: Fun Dancing (when not bd'ing)
    FMOD: Future Mother of the Day
    FMOW: Future Mother of the Week
    FSH: Follicle Stimulating Hormone
    GCT: Glucose Challenge Test
    GP: General Practitioner
    GTT: Glucose Tolerance Test
    HCG: human chorionic gonadotropin(Pg Hormone)
    H&HHappy and Healthy
    HPT: Home Pregnancy Test
    HSG: Hysterosalpingogram
    HTH: Hope this Helps
    IF: Infertility
    IUI: Intra-Uterine Insemination
    IM: Intra-muscular (Injections)
    IVF: In Vitro Fertilization
    JMO: Just my opinion
    KWIM?:Know what I mean?
    KWYM: Know what you mean
    LAP: Laparoscopy
    LOL: Laugh out Loud
    LPD: Luteal Phase Defect
    MC or m/c: miscarriage
    MFIF: Male Factor Infertility
    N/M: No message
    NP: Nurse Practitioner/no problem
    O: Ovulation
    OB/GYN: Obstetrician/Gynecologist
    OPK: Ovulation Predictor Kit
    O/T:Off Topic
    PCOS: Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
    PCT: Post Coital Test
    PG: Pregnant
    PID: Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
    PMS: Premenstrual Syndrome
    POAS: Pee on a stick
    PUPO: Pregnant until Proven otherwise
    RE: Reproductive Endocrinologist (Infertility Specialist)
    SA: Semen Analysis
    SI: Secondary Infertility
    SO: Significant Other
    STD: Sexually Transmitted Disease
    TAB: Taking a Break
    TIA: Thanks in Advance
    TMI: Too much information
    TRH: Thyroid-releasing Hormone
    TSH: Thyroid Stimulating Hormone
    TTC: Trying to Conceive
    US, u/s: Ultrasound
    UTI: Urinary Tract Infection
    WBC: White Blood Cells
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    hmknight responded:
    That is great that should help a lot of the new ladies out! :smile:

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    mfregoso responded:
    This list is insanely long!


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