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madoldbird Mon 10-Sep-07 12:47:54

Hi everyone, i have just joined, as i feel i could do with a bit of online support, and hopefully i can give some back!

I have 2 DC, and recently got married to new DH. When we met we agreed we didn't want to have a baby, i was happy with my 2, he was happy being step-dad to them. However here we are now, i came off the pill last month, and he's thinking about names!!! (I guess life would be boring if no-one ever changed their minds...)

Just wondering, though, obviously early days, and cycle probably completely mucked up (and BEWARE - TMI - only did it once around potential fertie time based on CM, and it was a quickie, and DH didn't "finish" as it were!!!) BUT have been feeling very nauseous over the past few days (but don't feel ill, as such) and the area around my nipples is definitley bigger and a bit darker.

So... is it really possible to get pregnant with no ejaculation occurring??? Or is my body just mucked up with coming off the pill? Sorry that my first ever post is such a long one!!

belgo Mon 10-Sep-07 12:52:12

Welcome to mumsnetsmile

there are a few TTC threads (ttc means trying to conceive) and they offer lots of support.

To answer your question, yes it is possible to become pregnant with ejaculation occuring.

The only way of knowing is testing two weeks or a little over two weeks after you think you ovulated.

belgo Mon 10-Sep-07 12:53:19

I mean: yes it is possible to become pregnant without ejaculation occuring.

belgo Mon 10-Sep-07 12:53:53

small quantities of sperm are realised before ejaculation. so they can make you pregnant

madoldbird Mon 10-Sep-07 13:06:47

Thanks belgo, and thank you for the welcome.

I think it will be 2wks after (possible) ovulation next weekend, so only a few days to wait. It seems to be taking up my every waking thought though!!!

fryalot Mon 10-Sep-07 13:08:28

hello madoldbird, and welcome

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don't have anything to add to what belgo said really, just wanted to say hi

PestoMonster Mon 10-Sep-07 13:14:22

Hi Squonk!!
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fryalot Mon 10-Sep-07 13:15:14

hi pesto grin how you doing?



(sorry for the hijack, mob wink)

fawkeoff Mon 10-Sep-07 13:16:55

i have no idea......but welcome to mumsnet ))))))hugs((((( ur gonna be sooooo addicted to this god forsaken place wink

PestoMonster Mon 10-Sep-07 13:18:08

Yes, sorry MOB. But, it's just so nice to see my old mate Squonk again after a long time. I'm fine thanks, just back from hols and recovering from laundry-itis all weekend.

How about you? Got a new laptop? You were off for a while weren't you?

fryalot Mon 10-Sep-07 13:19:17

yeah, was off for AGES (well, about three weeks) - see what fawkeoff means, mob?

got puter fixed, dp got new crappy government issue laptop so am all putered up now

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belgo Mon 10-Sep-07 13:22:33

madoldbird - I know the feeling exactly grin

madoldbird Mon 10-Sep-07 13:27:08

I think i'm addicted already!!! (judging by the number of times i have checked this thread so far, and i'm supposed to be working...)

fryalot Mon 10-Sep-07 14:08:20

mob - let work be a thing of the past!

I have seen the future and its name is mumsnet!



















(just don't tell your boss wink)

madoldbird Mon 10-Sep-07 15:00:55

Ok Squonk, who am i to argue?!! I must confess though, i have just done a sneaky bit of work - don't tell anyone!

anniemac Mon 10-Sep-07 15:09:52

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madoldbird Mon 10-Sep-07 15:17:03

Thanks anniemac. Yes, in reality i do see the near impossibility of the idea, and i am probably setting myself up for a dsappointment, particularly as my age is also against me ( i like to describe myself as mid-thirties but i think i am stretching that a bit now!!!) I have been having a look around now, and will now doubt be joining those on the ttc threads for some time. Still, i can't help hoping for the next few days or so!

madoldbird Mon 10-Sep-07 15:19:25

P.S Anniemac, how do you know that my new DH is'nt a teenager full of raging hormones????! wink

anniemac Mon 10-Sep-07 15:56:09

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