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July 31st, 2009, 11:06 PM
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Ok..so...dh started out by what we call "playing with fire" by not pulling out like normal....To me...playing with fire and taking a chance (btw we are extremely easy to get pg generally)....is staying in once maybe twice and "wishing for the best" (which is my opinion ends with a baby btw lol)....

Anyway....he's stayed in 3 or 4 times now....I think that goes in the NTNP boat, dont you? LOL....He says "I'm experimenting"....I say "that's a risky experiment dont you think"....he laughs....so not sure it'll continue....but I think he's secretly wanting another? He's said he wouldn't mind it...I guess he likes the thought of unexpected blessings...maybe if it's more of an oops he can pretend we didn't try and family will not think we are crazy just irresposible. LOL...

Anyway...Had to laugh

Oh and a Q....how long after conception do you wait to take a test. I have NO idea if/when ovulation would have been...since we (obviously) are still BFing and I've not had an AF...I dont know if I even ovulated at all....so I'd just be using the date we DTD....how long would you wait to test?
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August 2nd, 2009, 09:32 AM
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DH and I were DTD daily/every other day, so I just tested randomly because I had a "feeling". Otherwise, maybe 2 weeks after DTD? And if negative maybe test the 3rd week just to be sure.

Sounds like your DH is secretly wanting another one!
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August 3rd, 2009, 10:08 AM
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We haven't been preventing since our son was born 6 1/2 months ago and I don't have AF back either. I've tested every 6 weeks or so just to be sure. If I were you I'd test 2 weeks after DTD.
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August 3rd, 2009, 08:34 PM
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2 weeks is about right. I got my first BFP after 11 days. But it was so faint you could hardly see it. If you think you're pregnant and don't get a positive at 2 weeks then definitely at 3 weeks you should see one.
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