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10/02/2014 at 08:10
10/02/2014 at 11:22
So sorry your journey is taking longer than expected. It took me 20 months to get my first BFP which sadly ended in a MMC, but then I luckily got another BFP a couple of months later. So far so good for this one.
There are sadly quite a few LTTTC-ers here. I'm not sure if there is a MTTC thread (medium-term TTC) anymore - there used to be, where you'd fit right in. I think most just post on the TTC thread now, you may find there is a real mix of people on there with different journey's. Don't feel like you cant post on DTC if you feel like the TTC threads aren't for you, however the thread is generally quieter and most (if not all) of the women on there are undergoing fertility treatment of one form or another.
Hopefully someone else will be along soon to help guide you xxx
10/02/2014 at 13:10
There are definitely some Long term TTCers using he daily threads now.
I think the move to Mumdrum and the drop in numbers posting meant that there isn't enlighten I have the TTC, MTTC and DTC threads. Post wherever you feel most comfortable - there are no 'rules' x
10/02/2014 at 17:34
Browny - thanks for your reply, gives me hope that there's a BFP for people who've been trying long term - huge congrats! x
Ducky - thanks, I think I'll try the DTTC thread as it seems less hectic than the daily thread! Congrats on your pregnancy too! x
10/02/2014 at 21:03
There was a jan MTTC thread, so maybe someone will start a feb one. But I agree, post where you prefer, there are no rules.
11/02/2014 at 16:11
I used to post on the MTTC thread which sounds about right for you. If you don't see a February thread feel free to start one off. We used to have a yearly one but it got really busy, sadly, so we were trying out a monthly thread. Just around that time quite a few MTTC'ers (including myself) got BFPs which has caused the MTTC thread to become v quiet.
I totally understand how the daily TTC threads don't work when you are trying longer term. I found them very difficult to cope with.
Very best of luck to you xx
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