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    Those who have ovulated and are in the dreaded two-week wait (waiting to see if AF shows and/or waiting to test) , unite here.
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    I'm here, just waiting for AF myself, but would love to support anyone else that's here.

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    Joining the 2WW today. 3dpo. Ugh......Let the torture begin.
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    LOL Alison, the wait can be torture, no doubt. I'll try to help make it a little easier by being here to give support. (Even if I apparently will be back in WTO mode very soon.)

    Hope you caught that egg. Nice temp rise so far!
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    I'm here now! Just a couple days behind you Alison!! Do you have a magic test date in mind? I want to wait at LEAST til next Sun (8dpo), but J is pushing for Sat. He wants to see the slightest faint line as early as possible.

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    Wow, Alison, your chart is really looking good so far!

    Will be stalking you, too, Tina!
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    Hello ladies!

    I'm pretty sure I'm in the 2ww. I went in for an u/s today and it showed that I've already O'd. I'm either 3 dpo or 1 dpo but I'm thinking I'm really only 1 dpo because OPK didn't peak until CD 19.

    Alison, I agree with Mary...your chart looks great!

    Tina, good luck!!
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    Welcome to the 2WW, Jina! (Not that I'm here, but I'm welcoming you anyway, haha) I'll be stalking you, of course!

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    Doo...de...doo 6dpo....
    My temp keeps going us which is good. But I am not getting excited until I get to 1.5 over my coverline. I got excited at 1.2 over last time and it dropped the next day.
    Meanwhile.... I'm off my caffiene and missing my coffee.
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    Alison ~ Can *I* get excited about your temp? As for the caffeine, can you drink decaf instead? I HAVE to have my coffee, and am thinking of switching to decaf myself. Decaf does have a little bit of caffeine in it, so you'll still get a 'little' boost from it. They also have "1/2 the caffeine" coffee now, too.
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