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Any TTCer's out there?

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Well, BBT never lies. I got my period, 2 days early, and super painful at that - I had no such issues in teh last three months so pretty sure something happened and turned out wrong.

 

Will make an appointment asap. One of my colleague gave me references and she has a beautiful daughter now wink.gif

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Sorry, Ayita. :-( How quickly do you think you can get in an appt?
The nurse told me the doctor would review all my info (I had to fill a 7 pages questionnaire wink.gif ) in 7-10 days and then give me an appointment. Hey, with some luck the bb might be on his way when I get there hihi.

I stay positive wink.gif

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I worked as a receptionist at a lifepath wellness center and i would recommend Accupunture, Everyone who had come in was having troubles getting pregnant and the amazing stories i heard from the patients that got pregnant threw accupunture are wonderful!

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Oh, I don't know if I've mentioned it here, but I go weekly for acupuncture treatments. She focuses on fertility and allergies and I really think it's helped my allergies. I've been going for just about 2.5-3 months and obviously I'm not pregnant yet, but we're trying! Plus it's so very relaxing!

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I love accupuncture. I've been slacking the last month and a half but I need to get back to it. If nothing else it helps to relax you and that's always positive for baby-making cheesy.gif

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Calia!! How are you?
Same old here. 3 years 2 months and counting. sad.gif

Acupuncture has been on my list. My husband even knows someone who does it. Maybe I should move it to the top of my list. There is even one who comes to my work and does it discounted. Hmmm.. But don't the needles hurt?

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No it actually doesn't hurt at all. The needles are so skinny, skinnier then any that you would see in a doctors office. You usually can't even see mark when they are removed. Sometimes she uses something that she clips onto the needles and it sends pulses into my skin and that will occasionally leave a little red mark, but other then that you can't see anything.

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