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    I'm no good at the waiting game, how about we play a different one instead what is the earliest day you have ovulated? Mine was CD12. Latest was a weird cycle at the start of the year at about CD46. Too much exercise and a holiday = skipped period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mamoru View Post
    I'm no good at the waiting game, how about we play a different one instead what is the earliest day you have ovulated? Mine was CD12. Latest was a weird cycle at the start of the year at about CD46. Too much exercise and a holiday = skipped period.
    Good idea mamoru,
    Earliest ovulation CD15
    Latest was a cycle that went for 8months! The joys of pcos. Would love my cycle to head back towards 29/30 days again

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    CD6 and the witch has all but left the building. Yay!!! Don't think I'm due to O until around New Years though. Oh well, will just have to get a few practices in before then

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    The earliest I have o'd since I've started keeping track is cd17.
    My latest is cd28 (I fell pregnant even though I o'd so late).

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    I think my earliest is about cd16. Latest about cd18.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomie View Post
    The earliest I have o'd since I've started keeping track is cd17.
    My latest is cd28 (I fell pregnant even though I o'd so late).
    Go late-cycle magic!

    Quote Originally Posted by Strega View Post
    The earliest I have O'd is cd9. Im cd10 today, ewcm started last night so I should O tomorrow or the next day! Fx fd bd bd fx! Haha
    Oooh ooh cycle buddy! I'm dpo 1 - 2 so if we get lucky the bubs will be days apart!

    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTugs View Post
    I think my earliest is about cd16. Latest about cd18.
    Nice and steady! Where are you up to MrsT? Almost O?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bel2466 View Post
    Good idea mamoru,
    Earliest ovulation CD15
    Latest was a cycle that went for 8months! The joys of pcos. Would love my cycle to head back towards 29/30 days again
    How frustrating long cycles make an already-tough journey even tougher. Have your cycles been consistent lately?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mamoru View Post
    How frustrating long cycles make an already-tough journey even tougher. Have your cycles been consistent lately?
    Just finished 6 months of clomid. Cycles from 31 to 41 days, no luck egg catching tho!

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    I think im better with the 2ww than O because o takes longer than 14 days lol and you need to catch o and if you dont then you miss out. 43.3 degrees in adelaide bahhh. .....dp surprised me when he got.to bed at midnight and wanted to bd. I dont mind if I get woken up as long as I get to bf every second day lol

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    Not sure of my exact January testing date yet, waiting on my first AF following miscarriage on 25th November. Expecting it to be around Jan 18 if my cycle hasn't been too affected


 

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