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I’ve decided to track my possible pregnancy by the date according to the first day of my last menstrual cycle. While this still boggles my mind and makes no sense as to why they include the days you are pregnant all the way back to the day your last period started—when you weren’t pregnant—and then add in the whole period plus the days that led up to ovulating…geez. Anyway, that is how I will keep track at this point in time. However, when it comes time to figuring out my possible due date I will go from the date I believe I conceived and trace it backwards. I did the same for my first pregnancy and nailed his birthdate 9.5 months before he was born, even before I went to the doctor to hear when they said his due date was. Now, I’m not sure whether that was me getting a date in my head and telling my body what I wanted, or if going off of the actual day you conceive, which makes more sense, is a closer estimate than using the standard pregnancy calendar. Either way, I’m sure it is not a full proof way of determining a due date, as so many factors come into play. It just seems more exact when you are trying and know when you ovulated to go off of that date. It is a couple of days difference but gave me some peace of mind when my doctor kept telling me that my son was a week late and I had in my head that he was exactly on time.

Today my temperature still remained in the high area (for me), checking in at 97.5. This is day 3 in a row. Still too early to tell but my hopes are high.


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  1. VEParsons

    HI Holly,

    The blog looks great and works fine! So very exciting. I will send it to my daughter-in-law…she is 20 weeks pregnant.

    Hugs, Virginia

    October 9, 2009 at 8:35 am
  2. Janice

    Holly —

    I did a Master Cleanse of my own when I needed to loose weight… I modified it for my needs, but it absolutely does work. It’s really tough to stay on, and most people thought that I was nutz, but it does work.

    October 9, 2009 at 10:55 am
  3. admin

    Hey Janice,

    I know. I’ve gotten some severe backlash from doing the Master Cleanse. It does mess up your metabolism so I do monitor myself on it a lot. I have added in the far infared sauna and that seems to even out my metabolism issue. I don’t get drastically cold on the cleanse now and I keep my body working. You just have to stay true to your convictions. As long as you believe in yourself and what you are doing then it won’t matter what anyone else thinks. Anything that is not the norm tends to make people skittish and act out toward people who are trying to make a change.

    October 9, 2009 at 11:18 am

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  1. Oliver

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