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    Feeling disheartened today. I'm probably 7dpo but for me the p** (bowel) never lies. Anytime I've been pregnant, miscarriage or otherwise, I start to get a sluggish bowel. Today was the opposite, which is a AF sign for me, even a week before it comes. Over it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey01 View Post
    Feeling disheartened today. I'm probably 7dpo but for me the p** (bowel) never lies. Anytime I've been pregnant, miscarriage or otherwise, I start to get a sluggish bowel. Today was the opposite, which is a AF sign for me, even a week before it comes. Over it
    Im hearing you! Im around 9dpo or so and not excited to test because im sure it'll be another round of dissapointment and itll make me think about our angel baby again 😣

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey01 View Post
    Feeling disheartened today. I'm probably 7dpo but for me the p** (bowel) never lies. Anytime I've been pregnant, miscarriage or otherwise, I start to get a sluggish bowel. Today was the opposite, which is a AF sign for me, even a week before it comes. Over it
    I'm sorry. I hope your p** is lying to you this time xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by crt22 View Post
    Im hearing you! Im around 9dpo or so and not excited to test because im sure it'll be another round of dissapointment and itll make me think about our angel baby again
    Big hugs xxx

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    HELP LADIES.. I'm confused

    I'm so confused, so yesterday I got a positive opk. Cramps gallore and EWCM

    Today the opk test is positive but even darker and my cervix doesn't feel as open and my cm has gone creamy

    They say you ovulate up to 12-24 hours after most positive opk (when test line is darker than control)

    So did I not ovulate when I had the cramps and really open cervix and the EWCM?

    The cm I have now, creamy, seems like sperm wouldn't get through, and cervix is medium open, no where near like yesterday

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamzmaree View Post
    HELP LADIES.. I'm confused

    I'm so confused, so yesterday I got a positive opk. Cramps gallore and EWCM

    Today the opk test is positive but even darker and my cervix doesn't feel as open and my cm has gone creamy

    They say you ovulate up to 12-24 hours after most positive opk (when test line is darker than control)

    So did I not ovulate when I had the cramps and really open cervix and the EWCM?

    The cm I have now, creamy, seems like sperm wouldn't get through, and cervix is medium open, no where near like yesterday
    No it's 12-24 hours after the FIRST positive OPK, not the MOST positive. So it sounds like Wednesday was the day, but the chart you posted points to Tuesday.

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    Hi ladies. Posting in a few threads as I'm stumped.
    Told today I have PCO.. But not PCOS. Anyone else??? @ 35years I thought I'd have less than 14 follicles on either ovary, but thankfully have more than enough (but not enough for a PCOS diagnosis).

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    Quote Originally Posted by MUG81 View Post
    Hi ladies. Posting in a few threads as I'm stumped.
    Told today I have PCO.. But not PCOS. Anyone else??? @ 35years I thought I'd have less than 14 follicles on either ovary, but thankfully have more than enough (but not enough for a PCOS diagnosis).
    Hi, sorry I don't know anything about it. Have you been ttc for long?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey01 View Post
    Hi, sorry I don't know anything about it. Have you been ttc for long?
    We're *only* 6 months in of TTC. Just trying to find out more about this PCO situation - not worried about it, just can't find much about it, as everything is about PCOS.

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    I hope you get some info.
    I'm really tempted to test today! My hormones have be really nuts the last 2 days. It's been very weird. But it could be the vitex and I don't know exactly when I ovulated.


 

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