Just over a week ago, my husband and I started 'trying'. On that night just out of curiosity I did an ovulation test and it was positive. I was already 2 days late for my period (not abnormal). Ever since, I have been incredibly nauseas on and off, and I feel.. different. I still have not started my period, and we have had sex twice since the night also (sorry, maybe TMI?)
I know I probably sound pretty stupid, but because we have never tried to concieve, I have never tracked my cycle, and I can't seem to get the right info on Google about ovulating etc etc, so now I don't know where I stand.
We have done a few tests, all of which negative (I'm presuming its way way too early to tell) however I'm impatient. How early is too early to test after possible conception?
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25-04-2013 15:32 #1Junior Member
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25-04-2013 15:54 #2
You won't see anything until around the time you would normally have your period. When are you due for that?
25-04-2013 16:23 #3Junior Member
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Well I was due two days before we started trying, but hadn't got it yet (my period is occasionally late). So I'm currently 10 days late for my period. See why I'm so confused!!
26-04-2013 10:46 #4
If you were due two days before you started trying, conception would most likely have occurred a week or so before then. You most likely were not fertile the day you started trying. Download a period app for your phone, it will track your cycle and show fertile days.
26-04-2013 10:57 #5
When you say irregular....how irregular? I'd just say to do what feels right..... I've read that a pregnancy test can be done with confidence at about 5 weeks since LMP - maybe make an appointment to see you're doctor if you're TTC - they might be able to help put your mind at ease.......good luck, and try not to worry
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