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January 4th, 2011, 09:53 PM
Crunchymama08 Crunchymama08 is offline
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I used them when I was PG with DD. I was already pregnant at the time so I can't speak to the pregnancy symptoms. It also gave me () the most horrific constant yeast infection (until I was 14 weeks pregnant! ), so DH and I did not DTD at all during that time as a result.

However, I will say that you should definitely wear a liner. You won't need a full-on pad, but a liner will help. Also, be careful to not do kegels or bear down too much after insertion, that can have it come out more as well. I always did mine right before bed (once a day) so that it didn't really ever come out on me. Just a little bit on my liner (like when you have heavy EWCM).

Good luck and eat your yogurt so you don't have the same problems I did!
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Me: 29 DH: 30
TTC #1
9/30/2006: Surprise BFP - a honeymoon souvenir! Found out at 9 weeks!
10/23/2006: Miscarriage in the ER. Devastated, but back to TTC.
12/2007: Began hormone testing, suspected PCOS (but not officially Dx'd)
1/2008: 1st round 50 mg Clomid
2/3/08: BFP!!
10/2/08: DD born via emergent c-section. So in love!
TTC #2
8/2009: Still BFing, cycles resumed! Starting to try for #2!
6/2010: Began first round 50mg Clomid. BFN.
11/2010: Third round of Clomid - ! Tests turn into a day later; chemical pregnancy.
12/2010: Fourth Clomid round is a . Taking a MA break before moving forward with possible IUI.



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