Mini TTC celebration 😊

(6 Posts)
KellyBoo800 Wed 24-Aug-16 21:14:55

I'm now on Cycle 9 and have been dealing very low. Finally told my mum today about ttc and struggling, we are very close but I haven't wanted to tell her until now. I broke down in tears, she cried a lot too because I was upset. She has been very supportive and is coming with me to my blood test next week (on what should be CD5). I'm concerned I'm not ovulating.

Currently CD22 of what I thought was an anovulatory cycle and I just got a positive OPK and my first ever noticeable EWCM! DH and I have been having sex every night for the past 10 days so looms like our timing is good if we continue for the next few days.

I'm just feeling very happy right now. I feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders by talking to my mum. I do t want to get my hopes up but I feel very good.

cookiefiend Wed 24-Aug-16 21:16:29

I am glad you have your mouth m being supportive- it will really help/ good luck!

WindInThePussyWillows Wed 24-Aug-16 21:17:09

What a lovely and somewhat inspiring post.
We were TTC for ten months before I opened up and spoke to my mother and it was a real blessing that she understood why I was such an emotional horror that I'd be going through a hard time.

It also made it all the more rewarding when our luck came in and she was all the more happy for us.

I wish you so much luck for your future and a whole load of baby dust star

KellyBoo800 Wed 24-Aug-16 21:25:57

Thank you so much! I hadn't told her before because I honestly didn't think it would take this long and didn't think I would need her support but omg I need it. She is fantastic.

MrsGsnow18 Wed 24-Aug-16 22:06:02

This is a lovely thread!
Awesome about your positive OPK and EWCM! Hope this is your cycle! star
I'm on my 9th cycle now too! Find it so hard keeping it a secret from my mum as we are quite close.

givingitago85 Thu 25-Aug-16 04:07:50

I felt so much better after telling my mum, for me I wanted to keep it to myself as I didn't want to feel like I was underachieving (which is so silly!) but as soon as the floodgates opened I felt better. She'd been through it and mums are always the best! After all, I am inspired by her everyday, I wish I'd spoken to her sooner.
Congrats, hope this is your month!!

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