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PostSubject: Dont want to be disapointed!   Wed Sep 28, 2011 7:47 pm

hi girls..im not officaly trying yet as some of you know but i cant seem 2 get away from this site and get babies out my mind! im getting my implant took out 18th oct so still a good few weeks off!!

however im already assuming that i will get pregnant quick as i did after only a couple weeks with my 1st and then i had another pregnancy last year after not using contraception just once (altho that pregnany ended)Sad . so this time round im just automatically thinkin its gonna happen and im scared that its not and im gonna be disapointed!!

any1 else feel like this? xx
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PostSubject: Re: Dont want to be disapointed!   Wed Sep 28, 2011 8:15 pm

Hmm, its a difficult one hun because there is no gaurentee you'll fall as quickly as you have before.

When i was trying with Charlie i was sure i'd fall quickly, It actually took about 8 months of trying and i got pretty obsessed symptom spotting whether that be symptoms of ovulation or after ovulation when in the dreaded 2 week wait.

Although we try our hardest to concieve there really isn't much you can do that will gaurentee you will concieve. The best thing to do is bd (baby dance/ have sex lol) every 2-3 days after you have your period. there are things you can look for so you know when your most fertile but even knowing all that the odds don't really change.

Sometimes i really thing being dissapointed is part of trying for a baby, Theres not many of us here that actually fell pregnant straight away, and theres a few that went through years of dissapointment before getting their bfp's (big fat positive) The thing that got most of us through is knowing that we had somewhere to come and chat, and they would know how you feel!

Fingerts crossed for you hun! Lets hope you don't have to worry at all! xx
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PostSubject: Re: Dont want to be disapointed!   Wed Sep 28, 2011 8:20 pm

I fell quickly with both mine. Ollie was the first month, hew was stillborn though and I was pg with Amelia about 10/11 weeks later x
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PostSubject: Re: Dont want to be disapointed!   Wed Sep 28, 2011 8:31 pm

It took me a long time with Tyler - I thought it would be easy as you hear of so many unwanted pregnancies I figured I'd get pg straight away but it took 7/8 months and I was starting to worry I couldn't have kids.

Then when we decided to TTC for baby no. 2 I stopped taking the pill on 1st Jan expecting it to take around 6 months again and I got my BFP in March!

I believe things will happen when they are meant to happen and I'm sure most of the ladies will agree that you will fall pregnant the month you aren't thinking about it lol.
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PostSubject: Re: Dont want to be disapointed!   Wed Sep 28, 2011 8:39 pm

Or the one month you think theres defo no chance, it happens lol
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PostSubject: Re: Dont want to be disapointed!   Wed Sep 28, 2011 10:02 pm

yee i defo think everything happens 4 a reason..like if i got pregnant a day later than i did with my 1st it wouldnt have been the same baby (my jamie) it may have even been a girl! and i wouldnt change him 4 the world so i suppose when it happens it happens!! Smile

just gonna keep everything crossed that im lucky and fall pregnant quite quickly Smile

will have 2 leanr all the signs to look out for about whens best 2 start tryin etc cos i know nothing! lol xx
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PostSubject: Re: Dont want to be disapointed!   Wed Sep 28, 2011 11:50 pm

My biggest piece of advice is not to let yourself get bogged down by it all, it's amazing how quickly it takes over your every thought when your ttc.

When I got pg with my son I came off the pill in feb, no AF (period), and got bfp (big fat positive Laughing ) in April. It happened so quick and the pregnancy and labour was totally text book. Couldn't have been any luckier.

Ttc number two, we started Xmas '10. Well it didn't happen straight away and as the months went by it got harder and harder to deal with when AF came Sad
We just thought feck it, it'll happen when it happens. And that very next month it did, I got my bfp Shocked in July. So 7mths of trying. and we literally only had sex once that month Shocked Laughing
Sadly as you can probably see that little squishy wasn't ment to be. I suffered and ectopic pregnancy and had to have my tube removed Sad

OH wants to start trying again 'properly' but I can't let myself get like that again and the chances have been reduced for me now so will probably take even longer Rolling Eyes

Anyway, sorry for the total ramble lol but just take it as it comes. I really hope it happens quick for you, but just ty to be uber relaxed about it all Very Happy it'll happen when it happens Smile Good luck. X
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PostSubject: Re: Dont want to be disapointed!   Thu Sep 29, 2011 1:42 am

I have the same worries. We're not planning on trying for a second yet but I got pregnant first attempt with Jamie. I keep telling myself it will take longer next time but I know there's a part of me that's expecting it to happen straight away. I have no advice for you but just wanted to let you know that I know totally where you're coming from
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PostSubject: Re: Dont want to be disapointed!   Thu Sep 29, 2011 5:52 pm

thanks all of you..i no i need to relax and just see what happens but im not even trying yet and im already thinkin about it 24/7..its so easier said than done! cos i really dont want to think about it, but i can thelp it!

Zee im so sorry about about your eptopic pregnancy i cant even begin 2 imagine how that must have been Sad

and Liberty when do u want to start trying? xxx
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PostSubject: Re: Dont want to be disapointed!   Thu Sep 29, 2011 6:02 pm

I agree with the others, try not to obsess because it does get you down. I've been trying for number two for about 15 months now roughly, and now I've stopped thinking about it as much as it was really getting to me. I come on here most days but don't really post in the conceiving section that much now.

Just remember that there's lots of us here who know how you feel so we're here if you need to chat xx
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PostSubject: Re: Dont want to be disapointed!   Thu Sep 29, 2011 6:04 pm

With my first child, Libby, it took a very long 2 years of trying - in the end we'd given up hope completely and then it happened (obviously Laughing ).

The second time, we weren't actually trying and actually hubby (I desparately did though) didnt want anymore but it only took the once of not being careful and there was Dexter Very Happy

Like Zee says it is so easy to get bogged down with it all, to let it take over your life but I truely think it only happens well you're relaxed about it

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PostSubject: Re: Dont want to be disapointed!   Thu Sep 29, 2011 6:21 pm

Okie doke well after 2dy i'l try stay away from here for a bit unless I really need some advice! Gonna be hard 2 stay away but I'm not even tryin 4 a few weeks yet so technically I shouldn't be in here anyway lol. We'l see what happens Smile

Good luck to all of you that are trying!!! Xxx
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PostSubject: Re: Dont want to be disapointed!   Thu Sep 29, 2011 6:56 pm

No idea when we're going to start trying. We've decided we want another but thats it. We could really do with selling our flat first altough we're going to have to turn it into a two bed soon anyway. I suspect not until next year at the very earliest



Good luck. Hope it happens quickly again for you
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PostSubject: Re: Dont want to be disapointed!   Fri Sep 30, 2011 6:58 am

Good luck with trying hun,

I fell pregnant quite quickly and i was on the pill for 7 years. I didnt worry to much i just did it when my ovulation calender told me to (as in most fertile days).

When i try next i will just go with the flow



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PostSubject: Re: Dont want to be disapointed!   Fri Sep 30, 2011 7:14 am

i feel the same, it only took a couple of weeks of not using contraception with elijah that i worry that a) i might get really disappointed if it doesn't happen so quickly again and b) surely i can't be so lucky twice!!! we aren't trying until next year either though so i will have to wait and see (boo!)
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PostSubject: Re: Dont want to be disapointed!   Sat Oct 01, 2011 1:19 am

lucylou1991 wrote:
Okie doke well after 2dy i'l try stay away from here for a bit unless I really need some advice! Gonna be hard 2 stay away but I'm not even tryin 4 a few weeks yet so technically I shouldn't be in here anyway lol. We'l see what happens Smile

Good luck to all of you that are trying!!! Xxx
Don't feel the need to stay away Hun, we are always here to help with trips and advice if you need. I don't tend to post in here anymore but I'm always willing to help others when needed Smile

And don't forget to pop in all the other sections too Wink
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