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  1. #1
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    Jul 2014

    Default Very worried

    Ladies, day 53 of cycle, first in 15 years being that long. Usually 34 days.
    htc negative, blood test at 2 weeks late- negative.
    no PCOS no endo
    no thyroid issue
    opk shows faint second line, saliva monitor shows full ferning for past 4 days.
    mild cramping today. Dr tells me to wait... Not sure for what? This is our 9 month of TTC - used to BD only around ovulation, last 2 months- every second day .
    what am I to do now?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Sep 2014
    I'm assuming your Dr wants you to wait until you get AF or a BFP. It's possible you are UTD but have low hcg levels still.

    Or your body hasn't O'd yet. Did you get a positive OPK at all? Could there be extra stress or anything in your life that might cause hormonal disturbances?

    The waiting must be very frustrating! I hope this resolves itself soon and you get some sort of an answer.


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