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I'd really like a BFP for Christmas...

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twinklestar2 Sun 09-Dec-12 18:47:18

I really want a BFP for Xmas too! I wanted one for last Xmas and that never happened sad I'm in my 16th month of trying.

greenlizard Sun 09-Dec-12 16:15:25

My DP asked what I wanted for Christmas and I said a viable pregnancy. Currently 7DPO and am not getting any symptoms at all...Hope we all get what we want this Christmas.

GiantUnderCrackers Fri 07-Dec-12 16:49:49

and you! Let me know how you all get on! x

TwoFacedCows Fri 07-Dec-12 16:48:16

i am hoping to test this weekend. fingers crossed for you

GiantUnderCrackers Fri 07-Dec-12 16:47:48

Thanks both - here's wishing for bfp's all round x

QuietNinjaChristmasSpecial Fri 07-Dec-12 16:45:03

I am hoping for bfp before the new year too. Sympathy and baby dust for you. I really hope you get that second line soon x

PinkFairyTaleOfNewYork Fri 07-Dec-12 16:44:35

My last baby will be 7 on Christmas Day, there is nothing I would like more than a BFP this Christmas! Good luck op I really hope you get yours too grin

GiantUnderCrackers Fri 07-Dec-12 16:33:04

10+ ttc #2. Took 2 years to conceive dd now 18 months. Currently in 2ww and plan to test next Thursday (should be approx 12dpo if indeed I ovulated). TI am so fed up with getting bfn' this month i decided to stop worrying and see what happens as we are seeing a consultant for assisted conception in the new year due to PCOS. I conceived dd after dye test last time. So due to that we have been advised to keep trying as you just never know (helpful?!). So on the outside I am calm, relaxed and happy knowing we will get help soon... and on the inside i am starting to symptom spot and wish for a BFP for an early Christmas gift! Think I am about 5dpo now and started to have sore boobs today, with lots of creamy cm since o (sorry TMI). Hoping this is a good sign. But know this could all be down to the lovely progesterone. Even dd is talking about babies. Please stop me from obsessing! Argh! and breathe

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