ovulation and pregnancy tests

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  • Claudie
    Claudie Posts: 1,316 Forumite
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    Just wanted to add that there is an fantastic book on Fertility (and predicting ovulation) called Taking Charge of Your Fertililty by Toni Weschler....it is very clear and easy to read. No I am not the author :) just a very pleased reader who tried every ovulation predictor going but it was this method that brought on our success. And if you borrow it from your local library it doesn't cost a penny - great for MSEs!

    There is a web site to go along with the book http://www.tcoyf.com/

    as well as loads of reviews on Amazon

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/0091887585/qid=1092348154/ref=sr_8_xs_ap_i1_xgl/202-9504106-2895818

    I would highly recommend a look - can't praise it enough
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  • 16011996
    16011996 Posts: 8,313 Forumite
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    our local B & M's (think this north west mainly) has packs of 2 for £1 too.
  • kal25
    kal25 Posts: 569 Forumite
    Hi, was reading all your comments and managed to find this website.

    https://www.easy-tests.com/acatalog/copy_of_Midstream.html

    Hope this helps.
    They seem to be quite cheap.Although the delivery is £2.50. Not sure if this depends on how many you actually buy?
    :smileyhea:heart: Mrs Lea Nov 5th '11 :heart::smileyhea
  • maggie1976
    maggie1976 Posts: 97 Forumite
    cbrokens wrote:
    Just wanted to add that there is an fantastic book on Fertility (and predicting ovulation) called Taking Charge of Your Fertililty by Toni Weschler....it is very clear and easy to read. No I am not the author :) just a very pleased reader who tried every ovulation predictor going but it was this method that brought on our success. And if you borrow it from your local library it doesn't cost a penny - great for MSEs!


    There is a web site to go along with the book http://www.tcoyf.com/

    as well as loads of reviews on Amazon

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/0091887585/qid=1092348154/ref=sr_8_xs_ap_i1_xgl/202-9504106-2895818

    I would highly recommend a look - can't praise it enough

    I would totally agree with this recommendation. You don't have to go the whole hog with temperature-taking to begin with if you don't want to, you can just monitor certain physical signs instead. I did this and have been very fortunate to fall pregnant on my first cycle since deciding to start trying for a baby.
    Baby #1 due December '05 :)
  • Spendless
    Spendless Posts: 24,136 Forumite
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    maggie1976 wrote:
    you can just monitor certain physical signs instead. I did this and have been very fortunate to fall pregnant on my first cycle since deciding to start trying for a baby.
    I became pregnant with both my kids in ths first cycle by looking for physical signs too.
  • Lillibet_2
    Lillibet_2 Posts: 3,364 Forumite
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    I bought 100 ovulation test strips off of ebay for £20 including P & P from Australia! They obviously worked because, in conjunction with Toni Welschers excellent book, I got pregnant in the fist cycle:j


    Now, can I interest anyone in 90 unused ovualtion tests going very cheap:rolleyes:
    Post Natal Depression is the worst part of giving birth:p

    In England we have Mothering Sunday & Father Christmas, Mothers day & Santa Clause are American merchandising tricks:mad: Demonstrate pride in your heirtage by getting it right please people!
  • newbiemum05
    newbiemum05 Posts: 138 Forumite
    If you have a Home Bargains or Quality Save shop (both exactly the same) near you, mostly in the north of england, they sell pregnancy test strips for 89p !!

    Not a bad price to keep one at home - just in case !!
  • crutches
    crutches Posts: 1,065 Forumite
    Lillibet wrote:
    They obviously worked because, in conjunction with Toni Welschers excellent book, I got pregnant in the fist cycle:j


    :


    :) ouch! :):) :);)
    Every day above ground is a good one ;)
  • Try https://www.thenewyou.net, 20 ovulation strips for £13 and preg tests are even cheaper and free post and packing, good variety as well and fast delivery.
    Also they sell fetal dopplers Ive used one they are really good
  • Thanks ijim.

    https://www.accessdiagnostics.co.uk - the ovulation test kits on here are really cheap.

    I just ordered 10 of the Advanced LH Home Ovulation Tests for £7.49 and if you pop WW2 into the codes section you get a further 5% off your order. And there's no p&p to pay either!

    The source for the discount code (valid until Dec 2006) is the Discovery Home & Health website.

    :j
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