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Damn it..... The Witch showed! Got some spotting last night and while one of my lovely forum buddies tried to cheer me up with implant bleed vibes it turned into AF this morning.

On the plus side - and there is a plus side - this is just a 35 day cycle! Fertility Friend has suggested today as AF day, so that was bang on. Maybe I did ovulate then? It gauges AF from ovulation. We scored "low" on our chances because it was right about then that hubby needed to provide his sperm sample so we'd held back on baby dancing. How flaming typical!

I want to give credit for the shorter cycle to the Angus Castus! I'll be taking it again from tonight in the hope of another CD25 or sooner ovulation. 2nd month in it might work even better and be closer to the ideal CD14! How awesome would that be?!

No point crying over spilt milk, what's done is done, and all that sort of stuff. Today is cycle day one. A brand new start. I'm feeling positive.... This cycle IS going to be a better, shorter, less stressful one!

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