What All Of The Abbriviations Mean

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Punkin - February 12

I know, it's a huge pain, but I just joined and like looking over all of the post, but I don't know what some of those mean. I figured out AF is Aunt Flow, and of course ttc, but I'm an airhead and lost. Thanks everyone!

 

Punkin - February 12

Lol, I just saw the t_tle! Sorry, I am really not stupid, just typing laying down! Sorry!

 

krissy2006 - February 12

Go to twoweekwait.com and on the left hand side click on the ttc lingo dictionary and there you will find ALL the acronyms... :)

 

Punkin - February 12

Thanks!

 

krissy2006 - February 12

The most common ones are as follow: DH= Dear husband, DB= dear boyfriend, DF= dear fiance, DPO = days past ovulation, BD= babydance (s_x), FF = fertilityfriend.com, AF= aunt flow (period), DD = dear daughter, Ds = dear son, MIL = mother in law, FIL = father in law, BIL = brother in law, SIL = sister in law, 2ww = two week wait (the time between ovulation and your period , just before you test), BBT = basal body temperature or temping and if I think of more I'll write em out but like I said theres a huge dictionary at twoweekwait.com

 

krissy2006 - February 12

OH, CD= Cycle day, O= ovulation, CP = cervical position, CM = cervical mucous, OPK is ovulation predictor kit, BFN = big fat negative, BFP = big fat positive, BTW = by the way, IMO = in my opinion, Dx = diagnosis, EPO - early primrose oil (lots of women use it to increase their ewcm :) ) EWCM = egg white cervical mucous (the most fertile kind) and yeah theres some more that I thought of. Hope it all helps you out.

 

Punkin - February 12

krissy you are awesome! Thanks so much! I wish I would have found this site earlier, it is really hard going through not being able to concieve alone!

 

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