Congrats Whitman that's great fx it's sticky
You can be regular and not ovulate so being regular isn't an indicator of actually ovulating. If I were you and considering it's been ages since you've been TTC, I would demand a 7dpo (21 day cycle) blood test. So from the day you think you ovulate, you go get a blood test 7 days later and it will show your progesterone reading. If it's below 10, it indicates no ovulation occured. Anything between 10-15 is considered low and borderline (this was me) and anything above 15 is a strong ovulation. Because my readings came back at about 15 twice in a row, I was put on Clomid and the first cycle on Clomid my progesterone came back at 69! Second cycle came back at around 45 and that's when I got my BFP. I honestly don't think I would have ever fallen pregnant without the Clomid. You need the progesterone to sustain a pregnanacy. I would be pushing for answers from your FS. I really hope you get some answers.
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