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    Like Kazza asked, what are you using to determine O day? They say it can be anywhere up to 48 hours after detecting a surge on OPKs, so you could have gotten as close as 2-3 days from O, making it well and truly possible

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    We dtd 5&6 days before O which resulted in DD1. O confirmed by OPK, BBT, ferning. I had no EWCM or anything yet that cycle.


    Totally in love with our two beautiful little girls.
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    I have never used opks. I have a 28 day clockwork cycle and I always get one sides cramps at day 14. I'm assuming these are ovulation pains?

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    Eek! Looks like it could be possible then. Not sure how to feel about that...

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    Well, just did a test 6 days prior to my period....BFP. Not sure how I feel about this! Now to tell DH!


 

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