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Old 04-27-2007, 12:42 PM   #1
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How do you let dh know it is time?

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For all of those who use OPK's to time it right- how do you let dh know when it's time to DTD?

Do you just come out and tell him- I'm ovulating honey! LOL

Just curious. . .

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Old 04-27-2007, 12:48 PM   #2
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yep! I just tell him, it's now or never.
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I guess that depends on if you are actively ttc and he is on board with it, or if he would be weirded out by knowing. I was charting for awhile and my dh felt it was kind of clinical, so I took my temp when he got up to use the bathroom in the AM and didn't tell him when I was oing. Of course, if you're trying to time it for exactly a certain day, then you might have to seduce him if you don't tell him why you need to dtd.
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Old 04-27-2007, 07:28 PM   #4
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Re: How do you let dh know it is time?

Well- he is on board for ttc but he knows nothing about the OPK's or CM or anything that has anything to do with timing.

When we were ttc our ds we just DTD every night for about 4 months - LOL- I'm not exaggerating either

But BD'ing has decreased significantly since ds was born and careful planning will definitely be necessary if we want to have #2.

He is so distracted by work and often can't sleep so puts a movie on and falls asleep on the couch. Getting him to even be in bed on the right day at the right time is tricky. I was just wondering how everyone else did it.

Just grab him by the ear and haul him up to bed? LOL
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when we used them i took it at luch and when he came home i just showed him the test and he knew what we had to do we got PG the 1st time we used them
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I don't tell him because I think it might ruin his mood. Usally he's in the mood. He's not on the ttc board as much as me but, on the board. LOL
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