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Hi Aph - so glad to read your update.


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Originally Posted By: Aphaeresis
Yes, nothing beats being together smile


Hey Aph,

It's great to hear you guys are together and doing well.

Ace


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Thanks bigkahuna and Ace! Nice to hear from you again.

Everyone, I now have a thread on the "other topics" forum called "How to deal with dysfunctional extended family?"

So if anyone's bored and wants to read a long post...

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Everything in my marriage is going great. So that much is good.

We want to have another baby, though, and I'm not sure it's going to happen. I've been using those ovulation test kits for a few months and thought I just kept missing the right day. But this cycle I tested for every day that I could and still every single test was negative. But I'm not showing any signs of early menopause so I don't know what's going on. I'll have to set up a doctor's appointment and see. I have to say I wasn't expecting this. I'm only 39 and I know there are woman much older than me who have gotten pregnant and given birth. Well I guess there's no point worrying about it until I see the doctor. I'll keep you all posted.

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Merry Christmas Aph.


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bigkahuna,

Merry Christmas to you, too. And Merry Christmas/Happy Solstice/Happy Holidays to all!

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Whew! No biggie. Doc says home ovulation kits don't always work, so there might not be anything wrong with me after all. So plan is to stop testing, keep trying and get some blood drawn for a more accurate (but after-the-fact) ovulation test just to be sure.

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