Hello September!

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Hello September!

Hey everyone,

I'm on CD1, so officially hoping for a September baby now! I'm Jessica, DH and I just got married on September 1st after almost 7 years together. We started TTC back in June, got pregnant at the end of July, and sadly miscarried in the middle of September.

Here we are, 2nd 'real' cycle since the m/c. I expect to O around Christmas which works out since DH and I both have almost two weeks off together. If everything works out this cycle and I O when I anticipate, EDD will be around my birthday (Sept 24th), which would be AWESOME! I love September, even if my birthday didn't fall in that month, it'd still be one of my favorites.. isn't fall the best time of year?!

I'm hoping that I get to stay here, we want this so bad!

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I am so sorry for your loss. I hope you grab that Christmas eggie!!

I'm in Ontario, too! Just east of Toronto. Nice to meet a fellow Canadian. Also, your screen name cracks me up. Lol

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Hi Jessica. Sorry about last month, nice to see you again though Smile Hope you have a great weekend!

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"JorgieGirl" wrote:

I am so sorry for your loss. I hope you grab that Christmas eggie!!

I'm in Ontario, too! Just east of Toronto. Nice to meet a fellow Canadian. Also, your screen name cracks me up. Lol

LOL, yeah, I started using this screen name before googling it.. I was a little grossed out by the meaning of the slang term, but also learned that there's a town called Browntown? I wanted something derived from my maiden name so people who know me IRL can 'get' why I chose it and feel like I'm kind of stuck with it now!

It's nice to meet fellow Canadians on here, I find that not many are from Ontario!

Poor DH, I'm on some sort of hormonal rampage today, I know that I'm being unusually difficult and almost cruel but I just can't stop. He decided to go out Christmas shopping but I suspect that he just needed a good reason to leave the house to get away from me tonight Wink I haven't been this affected by PMS since I was on BCP years ago (one of the many reasons I stopped taking it). I feel so frustrated and angry today.. Can't decide what I want to do, what I want to eat, no motivation to do anything, see anyone or go anywhere. Perhaps that's because my day started with the realization that the stand that was holding our perfectly lit and decorated Christmas tree had a crack in it and was leaking water everywhere. I had to take the whole tree apart, go buy a new stand and redecorate it. What a pain!

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"browntown" wrote:

LOL, yeah, I started using this screen name before googling it.. I was a little grossed out by the meaning of the slang term, but also learned that there's a town called Browntown? I wanted something derived from my maiden name so people who know me IRL can 'get' why I chose it and feel like I'm kind of stuck with it now!

It's nice to meet fellow Canadians on here, I find that not many are from Ontario!

Poor DH, I'm on some sort of hormonal rampage today, I know that I'm being unusually difficult and almost cruel but I just can't stop. He decided to go out Christmas shopping but I suspect that he just needed a good reason to leave the house to get away from me tonight Wink I haven't been this affected by PMS since I was on BCP years ago (one of the many reasons I stopped taking it). I feel so frustrated and angry today.. Can't decide what I want to do, what I want to eat, no motivation to do anything, see anyone or go anywhere. Perhaps that's because my day started with the realization that the stand that was holding our perfectly lit and decorated Christmas tree had a crack in it and was leaking water everywhere. I had to take the whole tree apart, go buy a new stand and redecorate it. What a pain!

Yay to more Canadians! And yes, having to redecorate the tree would put me over the edge, too.

Good luck this month!

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"browntown" wrote:

Poor DH, I'm on some sort of hormonal rampage today, I know that I'm being unusually difficult and almost cruel but I just can't stop. He decided to go out Christmas shopping but I suspect that he just needed a good reason to leave the house to get away from me tonight Wink I haven't been this affected by PMS since I was on BCP years ago (one of the many reasons I stopped taking it). I feel so frustrated and angry today.. Can't decide what I want to do, what I want to eat, no motivation to do anything, see anyone or go anywhere. Perhaps that's because my day started with the realization that the stand that was holding our perfectly lit and decorated Christmas tree had a crack in it and was leaking water everywhere. I had to take the whole tree apart, go buy a new stand and redecorate it. What a pain!

This sounds like me 2-3 weeks out of the month. Hormones out of whack suckkkkkkkkkkkkkkkks Sad

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Here's something else, I've consulted Dr. Google (Bad, I know) and have successfully managed to freak myself out, so I'm wondering if anyone else has experienced something similar:

For the past week, I've been getting a very weird sensation in my upper left abdomen, kind of where my ribs end a couple of inches below my boob. I call it a 'sensation' because it's definitely not painful. At first I thought indigestion? Constipation? If it was either of those two, you'd think I might have experienced something similar at least once before. The only way I can describe the feeling is like something is touching my skin. It's a bit of pressure, and it doesn't matter if I'm sitting, standing, laying down, naked, clothed, whatever..

I searched the web, and a lot of women described a similar feeling and those who had children compared it to movement in pregnancy. Well, I know I'm not pregnant. Men also described the same thing too.

I feel silly calling my Doctor about this because I'm not in pain, and while I might consider it uncomfortable, it's mostly just because it's unusual for me. Has anyone else experienced something similar?

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How are you doing? any O signs yet?

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