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    I think im about 12 dpo but not 100% sure

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    Finally got a call back, though unfortunately I didn't get to talk to the nurse as I was in a meeting. Left a voicemail message, though!

    Nurse said they were trying to get in touch with my FS as it looks like I would be getting AF in the next few days and will call me tomorrow to confirm my path of action.

    I was thinking she was coming with the kind of cramps I've been having, so that's a relief! Also, means I've just had a super long cycle that wasn't 2-3 months long, so maybe the acupuncture *did* help! Yay!

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    Hi Girls, need some advice please. I have had what I am fairly certain are Ovulation pains today. Lower back ache but also very distinct pain in my lower right side (about where my c-sect scar is). This afternoon the aching really stopped me in my tracks so something is happening down there, just not sure what. Here is my timeline for this month

    CD11 - CD16 - Neg OPK's
    CD17 - Pos OPK at noon (was neg first thing in the morning)
    CD18 - Pos OPK AM & PM
    CD19 - Pos OPK AM & PM
    CD20 (TODAY) - Neg opk's all day but what I think is O pain

    Do you think its possible that I started my surge on Saturday at noon but could have only just ovulated today / this afternoon even though its now Tuesday? It would seem late for me to O since I usually average a 27-30 day cycle. Or maybe the pains I am feeling are not related to O? I guess I am now just wondering if I need to DTD yet again tonight? We have dtd every day since CD14 so I think DH and I are a bit over it. Should I just continue to count today as DPO1 and be done with it?? Any thoughts appreciated x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Addicted to Love View Post
    Do you think its possible that I started my surge on Saturday at noon but could have only just ovulated today / this afternoon even though its now Tuesday? It would seem late for me to O since I usually average a 27-30 day cycle. Or maybe the pains I am feeling are not related to O? I guess I am now just wondering if I need to DTD yet again tonight? We have dtd every day since CD14 so I think DH and I are a bit over it. Should I just continue to count today as DPO1 and be done with it?? Any thoughts appreciated x
    Hopefully I'm not giving you bad advice here, but if that pain was actually because you ovulated and if you dtd the night before, I would have thought that was perfect timing for the spermies to meet the egg. Sperm on average last 48-72 hours in a favourable cervical environment. So if you wanted to be doubly sure then I guess dtd tonight, but I would imagine there are already some sperm on their way.

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    I think if you DTD leading up to O you should be fine. The little army takes a while to travel to the egg, so it's the action before O that counts most, not after.

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    Aaaaaaand AF is starting.

    Yay! Natural AF AND I don't need to take extra drugs to get her here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GingerKat View Post
    Hopefully I'm not giving you bad advice here, but if that pain was actually because you ovulated and if you dtd the night before, I would have thought that was perfect timing for the spermies to meet the egg. Sperm on average last 48-72 hours in a favourable cervical environment. So if you wanted to be doubly sure then I guess dtd tonight, but I would imagine there are already some sperm on their way.
    Thanks GingerKat I was hoping someone would say that, and I agree with you, I think if its going to happen this month then we have probably done enough already x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrillian View Post
    Aaaaaaand AF is starting.

    Yay! Natural AF AND I don't need to take extra drugs to get her here!
    Boooo to AF but yay for things happening naturally. Really hoping your BFP is here for you VERY soon Shrill x

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    congrats @mummy2Luca


 

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