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How long did it take you to get a BFP? CD would be great if you remember :)

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Ashuct Mon 04-Aug-08 16:24:00

How long did it take you to get a BFP? CD would be great if you remember

NatalieJaneIsPregnantAgain Mon 04-Aug-08 16:26:11

DS1 about 7 months.
DS2 2 months.
DC3 (due in Jan) 1 month really, we kind of fooled around hoping for a surprise (not much of a surprise mind!) the month before, but properly TTC'ing was one month.

Jackstini Mon 04-Aug-08 16:27:14

CD 42 when cycle was 35 days

beanieb Mon 04-Aug-08 16:28:34

Still trying after 10 months sad

NatalieJaneIsPregnantAgain Mon 04-Aug-08 16:30:11

blush sorry, read the question wrong blush

DS1, not sure, had no idea of cycles.
DS2, I was 9 days late.
DC3, CD28 of a 31-ish day cycle.

bamboostalks Mon 04-Aug-08 16:33:25

18 months.

bamboostalks Mon 04-Aug-08 16:34:28

CD 35, cycle @ 34.

MrsMattie Mon 04-Aug-08 16:35:52

1st - 1 month CD 7 (only time we had sex that month, so had to be!)
2nd - 4 mths - think it was late in my cycle
3rd - 3 mths - CD 10 or 11

LadyThompson Mon 04-Aug-08 16:45:18

Came off Pill at Christmas, was expecting it to take 12-18 months to conceive if at all as I was 35 and have polcystic ovaries. Um...it took two months.

laughalot Mon 04-Aug-08 16:47:21

ds took six months
dd one month

WorzselMummage Mon 04-Aug-08 17:07:51

I miscarried twice several years ago and both pregnancies i founf out at 7w and miscarried at 8w.

Then i got pregnant with my daughter and didnt find out till 7 weeks.

Then a planned pregnancy which took 2 years to conceive - bfp @ 15 dpo so cd 26 (miscarriage)

This pregnancy BFP @ 9 dpo cd 22, its taken 6 months.

Playingthe9monthwait Mon 04-Aug-08 17:10:38

CD35 of cycle 1. I was shock. Ov'd an about CD18/19 so AF would have been due CD32/33 but didn't actually test till CD35. Got a really nice clear BFP.

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