Trying to Get Pregnant

The Ultimate TTGP Guide -- Newbies, Read This First!!

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edited August 2016 in Trying to Get Pregnant

Hello! Welcome to the Trying To Get Pregnant (TTGP) board!

This is a general how-to/information post to help you better understand the community and how the board generally works. All blue text are links to other posts for more information.
Once you've read through this post and feel more comfortable, please introduce yourself to the community. There are weekly introduction threads started every Monday for intro posts, where the community can get to know the newest members and welcome them.

Guidelines
First, please read these threads and learn the rules of this board:
The Bump Guidelines
Welcome New Members

Am I Pregnant?

First thing: it is against the forum rules to ask if you are pregnant (straight forward or in a round about way) and to post pictures of HPTs asking about lines. A line is a line=pregnant. The only place you can post your HPT is What Does A Positive Test Look Like in First Tri. If you are looking for a success story, the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd Trimester; Pregnant After Infertility or Pregnant After Loss boards are best suited for your question. We can not tell you if you are pregnant, so please don't ask. Take a test, if it's negative, lurk some more and get to know the community. If it's positive, congratulations, please move on to your BMB or First Tri and participate there.

The number one rule of this board is to lurk. Lurk and lurk some more. Please refrain from creating a new thread to ask any questions that have been asked recently. If you have a question regarding your cycle or chart, please ask in the Waiting To Ovulate (WTO) or Two Week Wait (TWW) threads. Otherwise, if you have a general question for the whole community, it may be better suited to start a new thread.

Trigger Warnings (TW)
Please be respectful and precede posts with a Trigger Warning (TW) for certain circumstances. This includes triggers such as all losses, BFPs, abuse, rape, violence, abortion, etc. It gives posters a heads up to either prepare themselves for what they're about to read or the courtesy to skip the post without reading something that could be traumatic for them. You do not need a TW for topics such as children, general pregnancy, etc.

Big Fat Positives (BFPs)
Once you get your Big Fat Positive test (BFP), the appropriate place to post is in the weekly Graduation Thread. Please do not post your BFP in the TWW thread. Please do not include your HPTs – those can be shared in the previously mentioned positive test thread.

Things to Avoid
1) Do not dirty delete. If you get flamed, please do not delete your post (you most likely have already been quoted anyways). Future lurkers/posters can and may learn from the experience.
2) The term baby dust is not accepted here. The term is particularly offensive and hurtful to those who have unfortunately had to cremate their baby. Please be considerate to those TTC After Loss.

“Late” & “Light” Periods
If you are concerned you are late but are getting negative tests, it is very likely you have ovulated later than you thought or you may not have ovulated yet. Your body is not a machine and it will vary cycle to cycle. You are regular until you're not. You will not always ovulate on the same day every cycle. If you think you may be pregnant, test once a week until you get your period or a positive test. If you hit cycle day 60, talk to your doctor about jump starting your next cycle.

If you are just coming off of birth control, it may take time for your body to regulate and get back to normal. This is normal. Your body has to get back in the habit of producing the hormones that birth control was suppressing. It is not uncommon for it to take a few months before your cycles return to your normal. One woman's experience will not necessarily be the same for you. Every body is different.

You have had your period if there is enough bleeding to fill a pad or tampon, no matter how light or heavy is it, or how short or long it lasts. This is not the same as spotting. Period heaviness and length can change time to time. You're normal until you're not.

Tools While TTGP
Your Chances

Always assume you are the rule, not the exception. You have about a 20% chance of conception each cycle you ovulate. It can take a normal, healthy couple up to 1 year to get pregnant. If you still aren't pregnant after a year of consistent and/or well-timed sex, schedule an appointment with a Reproductive Endocrinologist (RE). If you're 35 years old or older, this is cut down to 6 months of trying with consistent/well-timed sex. If you are having recurrent miscarriages, unfortunately, the norm is to wait until at least a 3rd miscarriage before seeing a specialist.

Charting
Fertility Friend (FF) is the charting resource most posters use to monitor their cycles. It is a wealth of information on charting. It is free to sign up and use (VIP is available for purchase). There are tutorials to read and learn about how to chart and what the different fertility signs mean. There is also a fun game you can play to test out your skills on detecting ovulation. FF also has a great FAQ section on their website about charting topics such as temping when working night shifts, alcohol and temping, traveling, luteal phase length, and detecting ovulation. This board recommends charting because it can help relieve the stress of not knowing where you are at in your cycle as well as many other reasons.


Infertility
If you think you might have trouble getting pregnant, there is a RESOLVE Fertility Assessment that may help you. It specifically screens for symptoms related to female infertility as well as male factor infertility. PCOS, Endometriosis, Thyroid Disease, etc. are all conditions that can (but not always!) lead to infertility. However, this does not replace testing done by an RE or your OBGYN, and it should not be used to self-diagnose. Do not borrow trouble by assuming you suffer from infertility (IF) because you have not gotten pregnant yet. Only a physician can diagnose you with IF.

Clomid/Femara
If you are on Clomid/Femara, please be aware of the risks. You should only be taking Clomid/Femara under strict supervision of a RE. We have many women who have been on or are currently on one of the two drugs and would be happy to share their experiences and potential negative-effects with you. For more information, please read this post.

Books
Most posters advise reading the book Taking Charge of Your Fertility (TCOYF) by Toni Weschler. She came out with a new 20th anniversary edition July 2015. You will learn more than you thought possible from this book. It has information on how to maximize your chance of conception, the different phases of and key events in your menstrual cycle, fertility issues, and so much more!

Basal Body Temperature (BBT)
Temping (tracking your BBT) is how most posters on this board confirm ovulation. The Mabis Basal Body Thermometer is the thermometer this board generally recommends for temping. It does not favor temps like other BBTs (i.e., Target, CVS, etc.) Getting a BBT over a regular thermometer is important because some women have subtle temp shifts and BBTs are precise to the hundredths. BBT is the only accurate way to track your ovulation at-home.

Ovulation/Implantation Bleeding
Implantation and ovulation bleeding are not common, and it can only be confirmed in hindsight. Always assume you are the rule, not the exception. Basal Body Temperature (BBT) implantation dips and ovulation spikes can only be confirmed in hindsight as well. Temperatures can fluctuate for any number of reason, not just for implantation and ovulation.

Ovulation Predictor Kits (OPKs)
OPKs are a great secondary resource to BBTs. They will tell you when your body is having a Leutenizing Hormone (LH) surge. LH is the hormone that stimulates the release of an egg. The LH surge can last as little as 12 hours, and it is possible to have multiple surges in one cycle. That is why many posters advise to have sex until Fertility Friend gives you crosshairs. It is also possible to get a positive OPK for more than one day. A positive OPK does not guarantee you will ovulate. Respectively, a negative OPK cycle does not mean you didn't ovulate; it's not uncommon to not turn an OPK positive. Many posters recommend the Wondfo OPKs (please be aware of Wondfo fakes) and the ClearBlue OPKs. Please refer to the instructions of the OPK you are using to see if you can test multiple times a day, should use first morning urine or not, or what the results of your OPK can indicate.

Cervical Fluid (CF) and Cervical Position (CP)
If you are having a hard time discerning the differences in your cervical mucus and cervical position, you are not alone. Here are a few threads that should help you figure it out:
The Cervix Feels Like A Penis
Beautiful Cervix (NSFW)
How To Detect CP and CM For Your Charts

Lubrication
Pre-Seed is a lubricant that won't kill sperm. It is made for those who do not produce enough fertile cervical fluid (egg white cervical mucus) to help facilitate sperm. In general, less is more when using Pre-Seed. Note: Pre-seed does not increases your chances of conceiving, it is simply a lubricant that will not kill sperm.

Prenatals and Alcohol
It is recommended that when you start TTC you take a prenatal, that way key nutrient stores are already beginning to build up in your system before you get pregnant. It is very important to get enough Folic Acid in order to help reduce the risk of certain birth defects. DHA is also recommended as it aids in brain and eye development. If you are considering gummy prenatals, they do not contain iron or calcium (if that is important to you).

Many posters here adhere to the phrase "drink until it's pink." As of now, it is believed that mother and baby do not share blood in the very early stages of pregnancy. Therefore, alcohol will not be shared with the developing baby and poses little to no risk to the baby. It is mostly a matter of personal preference whether you decide to forgo alcohol once you enter the TWW or wait until you turn a test positive.

Some helpful tips for the WTO/TWW threads
These threads are a good way to get your foot in the door on this board and start getting to know the community. Use these threads to complain about symptoms (the only place on this board that won't be flamed for symptom spotting) and ask questions related to your FF chart, ovulation, and the TWW. There is a spot on these threads specifically meant for any questions and chart stalks you may need (Q/CS).

-Month/Cycle = How many months you have been TTC/how many cycles you have been TTC. These will not always be the same.
-WAYDTGKU = What Are You Doing To Get Knocked Up? Are you are temping, charting, or observing cm and cp; sex frequency; OPK; prenatal; medication; diet; etc.?
-Timing = When you had sex during your fertile window: -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, or +1. Day 0 is ovulation (O) day. -1 is the day before O, -2 is two days before O, etc. +1 is the day after O and is included for standard error. Anything outside of these times is not considered your fertile window and should not be considered.

If you have already started TTC but are now benched or Trying To Avoid (TTA), you may not feel comfortable on the WTO or TTW threads. There is a weekly Benched/TTA thread where you can check-in and talk with others in similar situations.

How-To Guides
-How to GIF
-How to add a signature
-How to quote: Hit the "quote" at the bottom of the post you want to quote. You will be taken to the reply box with the quote set up already.
-How to tag: Add a "@" in front of the username of the person you are talking to.
-How to search: Please use the search function located in the top right corner on mobile, or in the bottom right at the bottom of the page on desktop. You can narrow your results by just searching on the TTGP board. You can also use Google and search the entire TheBump website that way.
-How to change your username: log in to TheKnot, hover over My Knot, and click Account Settings. If you are having issues doing it that way, you can email community@thebump.com and ask them to change your username. Give them a few suggestions just in case your top choice is taken. It may take up to 24 hours for the name to update.

Most Common Abbreviations
A comprehensive list can be found here. This link is found at the bottom of every page of TB (Community Glossary).
Some TTGP acronyms often used or not listed there are…
BBT = basal body temperature/thermometer
BETA = blood test for HCG
BG = Bump gods
CD = cycle day
CS/Q = chart stalk and/or question
DOR = diminished ovarian reserve
DPO = days post ovulation
DE = donor eggs/embryos
ED = every day
EOD = every other day
FF = Fertility Friend
GL = good luck
GTKY = getting to know you
HIO = hump it out
NTNP = not trying not preventing
QFP = quoted for posterity/preservation/permanence
R/R = rants and/or raves
SS = speshul snoflayke (also used for symptom spotting)
T&P = thoughts and prayers
TLDR = too long didn't read
TTA = trying to avoid
TWW = two week wait
WAYDTGKU = what are you doing to get knocked up
WK = white knight
WTO = waiting to ovulate

For more, in-depth comments and suggestions from posters on what they would say if they could tell a newbie anything, read this thread.

Please take the time to let all of this information sink in and make sure your questions have not already been answered here or on another thread. We hope you stick around (hopefully not too long!) and benefit from the wonderful support and knowledge this community has to offer. Good luck!

Me: 24 | DH: 28 | Married: 08/23/2014 |  DSS: 8
TTC #1: August - November 2015
TTA until ~August 2017 (last year of Nursing school).

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Re: The Ultimate TTGP Guide -- Newbies, Read This First!!

  • Bumping this up. 


    Also, how do we go about getting this stickied and the other one removed?
    Me: 28 DH: 32
    Married: 5/30/2013
    DSS #1: 5/25/2007
    DSS #2: 1/22/2011
    DS #3: 7/8/2012
    BFP: 3/14/2016 ~ MC: 3/19/2016
    BFP: 8/17/2016 ~ Due Date: 4/29/2017

    Pregnancy Ticker
    jatwal128izza2
  • @KirstinH88 - I've messaged all three BGs, but they haven't done so yet. :frowning:
    @BumpAdmin @BumpCaitlin @BumpTara -- Can someone please switch these threads out?
    Me: 24 | DH: 28 | Married: 08/23/2014 |  DSS: 8
    TTC #1: August - November 2015
    TTA until ~August 2017 (last year of Nursing school).

    KirstinH88jatwal128LeaveMyLoveBetweenTheStars
  • Thanks for making this post. 

    KirstinH88
  • Bump! 
    TTGP August Siggy Challenge: Funny Olympics!

    Me: 27 years old
    DH: 29 years old
    Married in May 16, 2015
         TTC #1 since September 2015
  • Bumping
    Me: 30  DH: 31
    Married 2010
    TTC since Nov. 2015
    BFP#1: 2/8/16
    MC: 3/19/16  :'(
    BFP#2: 9/3/16   EDD: 5/17/17

    mommy to the cutest rescue mutt ever.
    my chart
  • Bumping again
    Me: 30  DH: 31
    Married 2010
    TTC since Nov. 2015
    BFP#1: 2/8/16
    MC: 3/19/16  :'(
    BFP#2: 9/3/16   EDD: 5/17/17

    mommy to the cutest rescue mutt ever.
    my chart
  • TTGP August Siggy Challenge: Funny Olympics!

    Me: 27 years old
    DH: 29 years old
    Married in May 16, 2015
         TTC #1 since September 2015
  • Me: 28 DH: 32
    Married: 5/30/2013
    DSS #1: 5/25/2007
    DSS #2: 1/22/2011
    DS #3: 7/8/2012
    BFP: 3/14/2016 ~ MC: 3/19/2016
    BFP: 8/17/2016 ~ Due Date: 4/29/2017

    Pregnancy Ticker
    Lady Leigh
  • @BumpAdmin @BumpCaitlin @BumpTara
    Seriously, how long does it take to get a thread pinned?
    Me: 24 | DH: 28 | Married: 08/23/2014 |  DSS: 8
    TTC #1: August - November 2015
    TTA until ~August 2017 (last year of Nursing school).

  • Just commenting to bump this mother father up again. 

  • Bumping
    Me: 28 DH: 32
    Married: 5/30/2013
    DSS #1: 5/25/2007
    DSS #2: 1/22/2011
    DS #3: 7/8/2012
    BFP: 3/14/2016 ~ MC: 3/19/2016
    BFP: 8/17/2016 ~ Due Date: 4/29/2017

    Pregnancy Ticker
  • Bump
    Me: 30  DH: 31
    Married 2010
    TTC since Nov. 2015
    BFP#1: 2/8/16
    MC: 3/19/16  :'(
    BFP#2: 9/3/16   EDD: 5/17/17

    mommy to the cutest rescue mutt ever.
    my chart
  • Bump this shizzzzz. People need this at the top
    Me: 30     DH: 31
    Married: 11.12.11
    TTC: Nov 2015
    BFP #1: 1.22.16                 MMC: 2.29.16 ( tetrasomy 11, partial deletion 1, XXX)
    D&C: 3.2.16
    BFP #2: 4.14.16                 CP: 4.17.16
    BFP #3: 6.10.2016             CP: 6.17.2016
    RE appt: 6.27.2016- saline sono all clear
    Chromosome karyotype- Normal both me and DH
    Progenity: + carrier Tay-Sachs, Gaucher's, hemachromatosis. DH: carrier Alpha 1 anti-trypsin
    Clomid + TI Cycle #1: pending  8.15.16
    Fur mom to 2 sled masters: an Alaskan malamute and a malamute wolf hybrid 
    half marathon running, surgery loving trauma hand and reconstructive plastic surgery PA-C
    PCOS, hypothyroid, MTHFR, hx of LEEP in 2006

  • BUMP! BUMP! BUMP! No kidding. What's the deal today? 
    Me: 28 DH: 34
    Dx PCOS May 2015
    TTC #1 June 2016
    My Chart: https://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/661d8e
  • Random question regarding BFPs. What is the thought as far as when it's appropriate to post it in the graduation thread? Is there no minimum time required or do you prefer only regulars to post? 
    Me: 28, DH: 28
    Diagnosed with PCOS: Summer 2007
    Married: July 2013
    Began TTC: June 2015

    http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/58d258

    soemthingclever
  • I think people have different opinions on that. Many consider it a "drive by" if you post there and you're not a contributing member of the board for a while before you get your BFP. That said, newbies do it and I don't see them get flamed. It's just hard for some people who have been here a long time to have to see all the time. My advice is to just go to your BMB if you think no one would notice your absence. 
    Me: 28 DH: 34
    Dx PCOS May 2015
    TTC #1 June 2016
    My Chart: https://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/661d8e
    firebaby688ChaoticWolfMegzb510antoto
  • Bump because... Today 
    Organization is key. The chaos is creeping back in
    Me: 30     DH: 31
    Married: 11.12.11
    TTC: Nov 2015
    BFP #1: 1.22.16                 MMC: 2.29.16 ( tetrasomy 11, partial deletion 1, XXX)
    D&C: 3.2.16
    BFP #2: 4.14.16                 CP: 4.17.16
    BFP #3: 6.10.2016             CP: 6.17.2016
    RE appt: 6.27.2016- saline sono all clear
    Chromosome karyotype- Normal both me and DH
    Progenity: + carrier Tay-Sachs, Gaucher's, hemachromatosis. DH: carrier Alpha 1 anti-trypsin
    Clomid + TI Cycle #1: pending  8.15.16
    Fur mom to 2 sled masters: an Alaskan malamute and a malamute wolf hybrid 
    half marathon running, surgery loving trauma hand and reconstructive plastic surgery PA-C
    PCOS, hypothyroid, MTHFR, hx of LEEP in 2006

    BusinessWifeChaoticWolfAliciaGoose
  • I hope this gets stickied soon, but bumping until then. 

    BusinessWifeSaralee797AliciaGoose

  • Just bumpin' this up....
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    Me: 33 | DH: 40 ~ Married / NTNP #1: 05.30.2015 ~ TTC #1 November 2015


    5/16 - Began Creighton Method CM Tracking / Napro Fertility Medicine | Progesterone + various abx cycles - all BFNs
    8/16 - SHG: ute good, at least one tube open | Adrenal saliva test: chronic stress cortisol levels -> started adaptogens
    10/16 - azoo dx confirmed.  More bw + TRUS to determine differential dx. 3/13/17 - more labs drawn; u/s Sch 3/27/17.


    tripledaggerWed95976ChaoticWolfAliciaGoose
  • @BumpTara @BumpAdmin @BumpCaitlin please sticky this in place of our stickied intro thread.
    **siggy warning**



    me . 30  |  h . early 30's | 
    <3 . 2013
    ttc#1 . july 2015
    my chart
    mmc . 3/31/16 | 6w2d
    dx PCOS (non-IR) . jun 2016
    metformin . aug 2016
    dx subclinical hypothyroidism . oct 2016
    levothyroxine . oct 2016
    2.5mg femara + trigger + ti + progesterone . dec 2016:  BFN
    2.5mg femara + trigger + ti + progesterone . jan 2017:  BFP!
    edd . 10.14.2017

    Saralee797AliciaGooseBusinessWife
  • Bump!

    Me: 29 DH: 35

    Married: 9/29/12

    DS #1: 3/8/15

    BusinessWife
  • bumping!
    Me: 28 DH: 32
    Married: 5/30/2013
    DSS #1: 5/25/2007
    DSS #2: 1/22/2011
    DS #3: 7/8/2012
    BFP: 3/14/2016 ~ MC: 3/19/2016
    BFP: 8/17/2016 ~ Due Date: 4/29/2017

    Pregnancy Ticker
    AliciaGooseBusinessWife

  • Good morning!
    TTGP July Siggy Challenge Summertime Fails WINNER!!!!
    UTE Troop December Siggy Challenge: Holiday Photo Fails

    "Perky Sassy Sugar Socks"
    Me: 33 | DH: 40 ~ Married / NTNP #1: 05.30.2015 ~ TTC #1 November 2015


    5/16 - Began Creighton Method CM Tracking / Napro Fertility Medicine | Progesterone + various abx cycles - all BFNs
    8/16 - SHG: ute good, at least one tube open | Adrenal saliva test: chronic stress cortisol levels -> started adaptogens
    10/16 - azoo dx confirmed.  More bw + TRUS to determine differential dx. 3/13/17 - more labs drawn; u/s Sch 3/27/17.


    tripledaggerWed95976Megzb510
  • edited August 2016
  • Bumping



    Me: 28 Husband: 31
    TTC#1: January 2015- September 2016
    Infertility, Recurrent Pregnancy Loss
    My Chart

    BabyFetus Ticker
    Westy99linzrunzBusinessWifelmc929
  • Pretty please sticky this!!! 

    @BumpTara @BumpAdmin @BumpCaitlin please sticky this in place of our stickied intro thread...


    DH: 33 | Me: 34
    DS 9/24/13
    TTC #2 since Oct. 2015
    DX Diminished Ovarian Reserve, Factor V Leiden Mutation 
    MFI (SA #1Count 11mill, Motility: 18%, Morphology: 1%)
    MFI (SA #2Count 7 mill, Motility: 18%, Morphology: 1%)
    AMH .328 | FSH 13.2 
    Oct. 2016: Clomid + TI

    AliciaGooseKirstinH88BusinessWife
  • Bumping.

    Me: 29   DH: 30
    Married in October of 2012
    TTC #1 as of January 2015
    RE Testing/Clomid x2 + Metformin: Summer 2016
    Dx: PCOS, Diabetic/IR, MFI
    TTA October-December 2016 due to move/change in job 
    Resuming treatments (TBD) Spring 2017
    BusinessWife
  • Why the heck haven't the BGs stickied this?  Slackin' on the job.
    Me:29
    DH:33
    Married: 3/1/14
    TTC #1: 4/16
    Dx PCOS (Non IR) 10/16
    5mg Femara + Ovidrel + IUI + Progesterone: 11/16 = BFN
    5mg Femara + 75 IU Gonal-F + Ovidrel + IUI + Progesterone: 12/16 = BFN
    5mg Femara + 150 IU Gonal-F + Ovidrel +IUI +Progesterone: 1/17 = BFN
    Unmedicated TTC until IVF with ICSI and PGS starting May 2017.

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  • Bump bump bump...

    Me: 29 DH: 35

    Married: 9/29/12

    DS #1: 3/8/15

    BusinessWifeslam1110
  • Bump. 
    Me: 32 DH: 30
    DS: 4 years old
    TTC #2 since August 2015
    July 2016: Testing cycle with 100 mg Clomid = BFN
    August 2016: 50 mg Clomid + IUI = BFN
    October 2016: IVF#1 Stims 10/10  Egg Retrieval 10/22- 2 blasts!
    November 2016: FET#1 = chemical 
    January 2017: FET#2 = chemical
    March 2017: IVF#2 Stims 3/13
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    BusinessWife
  • @NamelessAria. Omg the catfish gif. I die every time!
    TTGP July Siggy Challenge Summertime Fails WINNER!!!!
    UTE Troop December Siggy Challenge: Holiday Photo Fails

    "Perky Sassy Sugar Socks"
    Me: 33 | DH: 40 ~ Married / NTNP #1: 05.30.2015 ~ TTC #1 November 2015


    5/16 - Began Creighton Method CM Tracking / Napro Fertility Medicine | Progesterone + various abx cycles - all BFNs
    8/16 - SHG: ute good, at least one tube open | Adrenal saliva test: chronic stress cortisol levels -> started adaptogens
    10/16 - azoo dx confirmed.  More bw + TRUS to determine differential dx. 3/13/17 - more labs drawn; u/s Sch 3/27/17.


    NamelessAria
  • Bump
    Me: 28 DH: 34
    Dx PCOS May 2015
    TTC #1 June 2016
    My Chart: https://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/661d8e
  • Can we hit report on one of the many posts begging them to sticky it so that they'll notice it and effing do it?
    Me: 28 DH: 34
    Dx PCOS May 2015
    TTC #1 June 2016
    My Chart: https://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/661d8e
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