Stupid double post
Last edited by maybee baybee; 13-02-2012 at 15:39. Reason: Duplicate post
To be honest, I would wait until the day after. I understand that once your LP is 3+ days later than your longest LP, then you can pretty much guarantee you're pregnant.
You can be fairly confident you are pregnant if your temperatures remain high three days beyond your longest luteal phase to date. For example, if your luteal phases are typically 12 days, and if your longest one has been 13 days, but one time it is 16 days, it is likely you conceived that cycle.
Last edited by NZer; 13-02-2012 at 15:49. Reason: edit to add quote
maybee baybee (13-02-2012)
Both my DS's were unplanned, DH and I were planning on starting to ttc mid 2012 but changed our plan about 5 days ago and decided to start ttc now.
i'm charting temp, cm and cp for now and have been watching AF for a while now.
O due tomorrow
AF due 29th feb (so not testing til march if i need to)
BD a few times over the last few days
Welcome gidygirl. Hopefully your stay is short and sweet
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