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    I should be in the midst of a wicked pms flare, but it's not happening. I flared terrible just before I ovulated w/dh & I were trying to conceive, and then last week was rough, but this week the flare is calming down instead of gearing up as usual. This was the second month that I for sure ovulated, and the first month that dh & I "hit the target" so to speak - probably a couple times. So...I have to admit I am wondering about a pregnancy remission - would it start this soon? I'm in the second week of what the infertility boards call the 2ww(2 week wait), and if I don't start my period by the end of this week...oh, I am praying sooo hard that this is it! This process is so difficult, and sex causes me so much pain (not during, but afterwards). If I am pregnant, yippeeee! If not, well, we'll just keep on trying. In the meantime, I'm trying not to obsess about it. Easier said than done! Keep me in your prayers, okay? Thanks!!
    Love, Kelly
    "It is God who arms me with strength and makes my way perfect. He makes my feet like the feet of a deer; He enables me to stand on the heights."
    Psalm 18:32 - 33

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    I pray everything goes your way!!!!!!
    Tons of support,
    Tons of support,

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      Oh my! I'm sending you lots of conception vibes!! I had no idea I was pregnant until I was 6 weeks or so. My OB's theory on the IC remission thing is that the hormones in our bodies during pregnancy are natural smooth muscle relaxers which can help an IC bladder. I, unfortunately, did not go into remission. I sure hope you will!! I know it's really hard not to obsess but try the best you can. We'll be waiting for the news!

      "The first time her laughter unfurled it's wings into the wind....
      We knew that the world would never be the same."
      ~Brian Andres

      Baby Kaitlyn was born on 07/08/01 after a successful pregnancy with IC!