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Duo Fertility, OvaCue, iBasal and Fertility Friend

I’ve been shopping around for a new cycle monitoring companion. If you’ve used any, it’d be awesome to get your feedback on any of the ones listed below or anything that I haven’t discovered. After discovering other charting tools,  I

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Posted in Duo Fertility

Why does ovulation find the need to play hide and seek with me??

Last week was intense emotionally and that brought on a whole lot of *coughs* moments of an intimate kind. Having looked at my Duo Fertility charts, I could predict that when my cycle was behaving, I’d ovulate around day 12

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Posted in Duo Fertility, Infertility, PCOS

Metformin ninjas in my tummy

There are ninjas in my tummy and they are karate chopping against the wall. Metformin has been kicking my ass the last two days.  After taking four months out to concentrate on my health, I’m feeling heaps stronger and now

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Posted in Dr Trips + Medical, Duo Fertility

Game over for this month.

I admit I got a little excited this month. Ovulation came later than expected, we by some miracle maximised the window and I couldn’t help but think that maybe just maybe everything happens for a reason and that something positive

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Posted in Aunt Flow, Duo Fertility, Emotions + Coping, GH4L + Homeopathy

Duo Fertility – the ‘peace of mind’ report (cycle report)

Despite my annoying varying cycles and low body temperature, it seems that my body is functioning albeit at a low level. This information comes from my Duo Fertility report which experts write. They compare your cycle and patterns to other

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Posted in Aunt Flow, Duo Fertility

What my (almost) anovulatory cycle looked like on Duo Fertility

I’ve noticed that people are searching for information on anovulatory cycles & Duo Fertility charts. I’m sharing my messed up chart because it may help others new to Duo Fertility spot an anovulatory cycle. (Blogger friends – feel free to

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Posted in Duo Fertility

The Aviva Method – battling PCOS & infertility with exercise

Last Sunday, I took a trip across London to attend an Aviva Method Workshop in High Street Kensington. It took everything in me to make the journey but it was well worth it. The Aviva Method consists of 18 natural

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Posted in Duo Fertility, Fertility + Exercise

99reasonstolaugh posts

#648 Everyone at IKEA is Pregnant You walk past the kids play area, crash into at least a dozen pregnant bellies, and end up walking through the children’s bedroom furniture. You have to use the bathroom but you are pretty

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Posted in Duo Fertility, Emotions + Coping

Anovulatory cycle – my very own K2

Just as things were getting better with my cycles, K2 was placed before me and all I can do is stare at it. The anovulatory cycle. I’ve been trying really hard that it just feels like a… I guess a

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Posted in Dr Trips + Medical, Duo Fertility, Emotions + Coping, PCOS

Playing the fool (Part 2) feat. Meh Cat

I might have to create a category called Playing the fool because I don’t think this will be the last time I do it. I went to bed at 9.30pm last night and woke up at 2am without a fever

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Posted in Duo Fertility, Emotions + Coping

Oh, what a power is motherhood, possessing
A potent spell. All women alike
Fight fiercely for a child.

~ Euripides, Iphigenia in Aulis, c. 405 B.C.

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