I have never been patient.
With both my previous tries I have tested regularly. (IUI 1) (IUI 2)
It was suggested (by friends not clinic) with my IUIs that I test early to watch the trigger line fade out and then another line either fade in or not so I would know that if I tested later it wasn’t still a trigger line.
I did this, but never even got to see a trigger line.
A second line never appeared.
But I preferred this.
With each test with no line there was always the glimmer of hope it was still early.
With each test the hope faded, until official test day I was resigned to it.
I think if I waited until official test day, (especially with the progesterone mimicking pregnancy symptoms) I’d be so crushed by a one single negative.
But this is different for everyone.
I know some people find negatives more painful than others, so seeing them daily might be too much.

So this time I am testing daily again. I have stocked up on poundland 3 for £1 strip tests.
I am prepared.
I am prepared for this to be negative again.
Come on two week wait, I’m not going to wait!

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