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You know I was thinking back to the days I was in high school and they should really teach the girls more about their cycle. I mean not only that you can get pregnant and you ovulate and your AF will come every so many days. They should teach us about CM and that it is there because I remember once my cycle started comeing around I notice that I had 'white stuff' in my undies. I always thought something was wrong with me and I didn't want to tell my mom. haha If only I knew what I know how I wouldn't have stressed so much...maybe I wouldn't have had AS many zits.
I agree! I said almost this exact same thing to my husband! Also, you'd hear omg dont have unprotected sex unless you want a baby (Now I know you should always have protected sex not just to prevent an unwanted pregnancy but also STDs) ...But for someone whos TTC...it can be frustrating. Im in month #3 and still nothing...I know 3 months isnt that long but ya know. & I know it only takes once....but Im just a lil frustrated. But I def hear what you're saying.
Love this & so agree! They should have a separate women's health class or something. I love charting and keeping track of everyone. I want to know what is really going on and I think I will even when I'm not TTC!
And, I agree! You expect your period when you're younger, of course.. but not all those "extra benefits" lol.. not really in the handbooks, I guess they assume that we need to figure out that all on our own. But when you're 12 years old.. *shrugs* (or however old, seems girls are starting puberty earlier and earlier every year or something, eek) you don't always know that stuff, and it's scary!
I was lucky, I was almost 16 when I finally started. as for trying no three months isn't that long but I really hope you get your BFP really soon and you don't have to wait much longer. we finally got our BFP after 7 cycles. sadly it ended all to soon. we will start trying again with our next cycle.
I agree! It was embarassing as a pre-teen/teen girl learning about girly things in class - a female only health class would let girls learn and feel comfortable....and then maybe they would teach all of the little things to girls!
I was afraid that something was wrong with me too