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Just Shagging - JSers roll up for fred 12

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Kittenkatzen Thu 01-Nov-12 14:03:15

Oh, the other fred filled up all of a sudden! Oh well here's a new one....(horse feel free to replace if you want to be fred starter, just didn't want everyone in limbo!)

Fred rules;

1. Thou shalt shag as much as humanly possible in order to get upduffed.
2. Thou shalt not partake of OPKs, temping, or charting.
3. Thou shalt keep symptom spotting to a minimum.
4. Thou shalt share wine and brew with your fredmates where needed.

JSing lingo;

ERTD = Evil Red Tide of Dooooooommmmmmm. Or AF to most others.
Pant snot = Egg white cervical mucus.
Doing a kitten = Getting upduffed soon after joining (warning: may induce in other posters).
Viroid = This is you, dear poster. The reason for this is a closely guarded secret, known only, nobody as far as we can tell!
POAS = Pee On A Stick (of the pregnancy detecting kind, not from a tree). Also known as PIAR (Pee In A Ramekin - cos we're posh birds innit).
Shagging like something = JSing like a teenage nymphomaniac.
Giving a hooya = Giving a much needed slap to a fellow poster in danger of slipping into ttc obsession.

The link to Part 11 is [[ here]

The link to the latest grads thread is here

Happy shagging shaggers grin

frogchops Sat 03-Nov-12 12:25:46

Well the frilly pants weren't actually on. And the initiating involved no deduction whatsoever, I just rolled over, told him I wanted it and away we went. Does anyone else think that with the stringy snotty stuff I need to do the same again tonight. I'm worried about this, every other day, quality of sperm, pushing my luck business. ??

MrsBri Sat 03-Nov-12 13:00:38

Don't worry too much, frog. I got pregnant having had sex 3 days running, then not on the day of ovulation!

But just remember, you only have a 20% of falling pregnant, no matter how much sex you have. You could always do a kitten though :-)

DingDongBelle Sat 03-Nov-12 14:56:50

You only need the one, remember grin

frogchops Sat 03-Nov-12 15:10:10

I know I know, think I might be pushing my luck pouncing again, he's already shocked tht I demanded it last night...
Have managed 4 Dtd dates since last ertd although 2 were quite early.

Rockchick1984 Sat 03-Nov-12 19:14:45

Frog I'm not trying to put a downer on anything but are you sure it wasn't.... Erm... DH's pant snot? Our first month TTC I thought I was getting EWCM almost every day until I realised it was DH's love juice squelching out the next day sad Definitely keep going for it though in case it's not, but with you saying it was very elastic... Oh, and recent studies say you can't DTD too often as it doesn't seem to impact on sperm quality, so definitely go for it!

Ding thanks for the tip. Will try EPO next cycle if I need to take it before ERTD as the witch has only just left!

frogchops Sat 03-Nov-12 19:24:18

I wondered that Rock, but I do get it probably once a month...and it was definately errr attached to me, tmi!! Also I'd been to th toilet a couple of times before this and after the deed with no sign? I don't know, you could be right. I know I initiated last night but i think I'm too chicken wetting myself up for disappointment if I attempt it again.

frogchops Sat 03-Nov-12 19:25:04

Hahaha wetting myself, SETTING!!

Redshoes56 Sat 03-Nov-12 21:02:11

Hi ladies, I need a serious kick in the pants as I'm slipping into obsession. Crampy all day yesterday, and today spotting. It's too early for ERTD, but that's the whole problem - my cycle won't regulate, I ovulate late, have too short a luteal phase, and then upset myself worrying about it. Ugh.

This could be nice, about to get good news spotting. I just doubt it and my doc wants to me to go at it for six more months before referring me to a specialist. I might go mad by then.

Ok. Sorry for being quite self centered.

Maybe I need some lacy new under things to create some good vibes!

DingDongBelle Sun 04-Nov-12 08:54:54

Morning, Redshoes : I hereby deliver to you my first <Hooya!> smile

How many dpo are you?

Doctors have guidelines regarding how long you have to ttc before a referral, but my old gp told me (when ttc ds) that they are as flexible as your gp wants them to be. He referred me to a fertility gynae before we were even really ttc. I have pcos and knew it would take ages without help. My gp said what was the point of making us ttc and get nowhere when we knew i had this problem? He actually said "you don't need that heartache every month when we could help you now". When we got to the fertility doc, she asked how long we had been ttc and without skipping a beat, and before I could speak, dh goes "oh, about 18 months now" and that's why I love him So, we got a second appointment for clomid etc a month later. I was charting my first cycle at the time, mostly out of interest as i didnt expect to get pg without help, and my temps had been up for about 18dpo and so the day before the clomid appointment I poas and got a bfp! Dh joked at the appointment that it was the best fertility clinic ever - just sitting in her office had got me pg smile

Basically the reason I'm telling you all this: Controversial, but just lie and say you've been trying longer than you have to get the referral if you think you might need some help? Do you temp/chart at all?

Don't worry about being self centred: so much of the focus ends up on you thinking about your body and wether you can get pg and so on, of course you are thinking about (and need to talk about) yourself! And any excuse for new underthings is good by me!

Hth brew

Hooya Sun 04-Nov-12 12:35:15

Hello everyone! Not been around for a few days and I have missed loads:

Hello Ding and welcome <waves> don't think we've 'met' yet, happy shagging!

33 happy birthday and big hairy bollocks to ERTD! I'm only a few months behind you (will be 34 in Feb)

frog bloody brilliant news on successful initiation! Bet he was loving it too grin

Red sorry, I know the frustration of crampy spotting though I've had it twice now, once was a pg (didn't work out) and the one last week turned out to be nothing sad . I would say lie to docs or pay for further investigation if you can, please anyone give me a <hooya> if they think that's naughty!

Here I am on CD32, BFN but no sign of ERTD, stupid post-mc wtf cycle. Still shagging like something (twice yesterday, once today grin ) but would be nice if we knew what the hell was going on cycle-wise! <sigh>

Redshoes56 Sun 04-Nov-12 16:36:12

Thanks ding and hooya - <hooya> accepted! It's just been a rough week - hurricane, funeral - and now that it's all passed, I just have too much free time on my hands to overanalyze my poor body! I was already honest to my regular lady doc, who I like very much. I do think if I went back, she would refer me to a specialist, but she encouraged me to give it a little time since my cycles could still be regulating after coming off birth control. Something told me to just listen to her.

I am 8 days post today. Barely spotting (wouldn't see it if I wasn't looking). Starting spotting 7 days post just seems so cruel as it could go either way! I'll hunker down for a few more days before I make any assumptions. I wasn't bothering with temp/charting nonsense because I didn't want to go nuts - hence why we are all here! - but I did decide to check temps this month out of curiosity (I know, I am naughty). Good news there is everything seems to be in working order. I might hide all that stuff next month and get back to the spirit of JSing.

Happy birthday 33! hooya hope your cycle starts behaving soon.

frogchops Sun 04-Nov-12 19:01:48

Happy bday 33!

I didn't get that safety shag ding, .... Although I was good for nothing, soooo tired!! So I can't blame DP this time. Instead of initiating tonight, I've simply asked him if he's up for it tonight.... Lol. He said he'll see, cross those fingers ladies!,, this could be my last chance after ov, I'm sure the stringy stuff yday meant ov, although I don't do anything else to chart it. Anyone feel free to correct if u think I'm wrong!

frogchops Mon 05-Nov-12 08:39:24

Morning shaggers!

Day off today so I'm still lazing in bed!
After DP suggested 'well see' to my request yday, we got to bed and he said 'come on then, before u moan that I'm not up for it' lol.
Think I'm officially maybe in my 2ww now, well, I'm guessing. And I'm determined not to test before then (unless the witch turns up and in which case I won't need to:-/) so please all keep me same while I wait, and inevitably symptom spot. I'm trying, honest!

AWomanCalledHorse Mon 05-Nov-12 08:52:34

Morning all.
Taken a leaf from the book of Hooya and have been shagging everyday since bleeding stopped, although I am not actually JS this cycle, I have OV sticks & I'm not afraid to pee on them!!

Boo to the witch 33, sorry you didn't get upduffed pre turning 34.

Glad you're all ok post Sandy RedShoes, if you've got a problem with short luteal phase, like Ding says, I'd lie & get it checked out sooner rather than later as it can be a problem with ttc.

AndieMatrix Mon 05-Nov-12 09:01:40

Wow, I have a few days off and we migrate to a new thread and I miss way too much to catch up on. Could someone give me a synopsis?lol

Red Glad you're ok post Sandy. I agree with Horse about telling a little fib and getting checked out.

ERTD is 2 days late here with no pre menstrual signs so we shall see.

frogchops Mon 05-Nov-12 09:12:14

Ooh exciting andie, anxious to now how ur test goes!!
Horse... Every day, wow I've Dtd 4 times in the last week and I'm pooped!! Gold medal deserved!! Am rubbish at knowing which dates are good though, have just looked and it was CD 6,9,11,13,15,16....with ov I think on cd14/15 or maybe a day earlier. Means nowt to me,lol.

wavesandsmiles Mon 05-Nov-12 09:56:09

Happy Monday everyone. Sorry to hear about the witch making unwelcome appearances sad

I had a super busy weekend, but managed to get some JSing in last night. Our new tactic is to get it on in the lounge as we are sooo busy with the house renovation that bed pretty much equals sleep at the moment (unless we are off for a lunchtime quickie)

It is so interesting to hear that there are other teachers around here. My "real" job is in finance, but I teach private music lessons, and used to teach some HEd children with autism. I also spent 5 years teaching at a private theatre school.

I'd love to teach full time but the whole National Curriculum etc put me right off, so I teach for fun now, and spend my days in an office. The weekends are great as that is when I do my teaching, get to be a real mum with baking and cooking and fun things like that.

I have promised DH to stop obsessing about the whole TTC thing, and instead we are just enjoying the JSing, just like before I had the coil out. It's just annoying cos at the back of my mind I am sort of willing him to send the swimmers on their way, and hoping he is sending the best ones up there blush

frogchops Mon 05-Nov-12 10:10:47

Waves.... I'm the same with the swimmers, lol, I'm somehow attempting to suck them up harder than normal. I also complain if there's any traces on our bed sheets, lol...what a waste!! However DP himself even said I'd managed to retain most last night!, fx hey?? Lol....I apologise people, tmi!

AndieMatrix Mon 05-Nov-12 10:56:59

Frog That's made me laugh "suck them up harder" sounds like
Waves Happy Monday to you too. That's nice, that you teach for fun. I've considered being a tutor as I think it's important to impart knowledge but I agree that curriculum restrictions etc can sometimes take the joy away. I have total respect for anyone who chooses to teach as a career.

Just promised DP I won't test until next week incase I'm just having a crazy cycle.

frogchops Mon 05-Nov-12 11:55:48

Heehe, I'm carrying on like I'm turning my internal dyson on at 'that' moment! Lol.

wavesandsmiles Mon 05-Nov-12 13:07:44

Ah frog - I am doing the same! And chuckling away at the thought of the internal dyson smile DH is now making the post-coital cups of tea so I can stay in a horizontal position for as long as possible.

andie - good on you for having the resolve to hold off on testing.

Oh, and 33 - I was also desperate to get my BFP before I turned 34, but evil witch arrived on my birthday too - that was a couple of weeks ago. Hopefully our lives will be very different by the time we reach 35 smile

AndieMatrix Mon 05-Nov-12 14:34:27

Waves I don't know if my willpower will hold out. Watch this

wavesandsmiles Mon 05-Nov-12 14:41:52

hee hee - well, after saying about how I told DH I would stop being so obsessive about TTC, we popped to Boots today for a nit comb (oh the romance!) and I persuaded him to buy a tube of conceive plus! I pointed it out that it would enable far more JSing, and mean that his swimmers are well nourished and helped on their way. He gasped at the price, and suggested that for the cost it should enable some "Dutch door" action blush I merely pointed out that biologically, there is only one place the swimmers need to go!

AndieMatrix Mon 05-Nov-12 16:20:20

I don't think there's any harm in the occasional misplaced deposit. hmm

wavesandsmiles Mon 05-Nov-12 16:37:49

Oh, I should say that the nit comb is for the DCs as opposed to DH or me!

Hmmm....concerned that I am more keen to make sure no-one thinks I have nits as opposed to the placement of deposits! The joy of mumsnet smile

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