I have been TTC to 2 years and 2 months, i suffered an MC last September and have had 3 periods since, i am on my second month of clomid, and my usual cycle is around 33-35 days, and i tend to ovulate on day 18 or 19.
Last month i ovulated on day 14/15 and i am now on day 36 of my cycle, i did a test yesterday and it was negative, and no sign of period coming. I called hospital today and they said see what happens over the weekend and they can then give me a pill to start my period, but i am still hoping i could be pregnant, she did say it could be my hormones, has anyone got any help they can give me or any advise. I feel so up and down just waiting. thanksView Thread
Well my period came on saturday, just after i did another test, feels like i dont know my own body now. 22 days after ovulation, something cant be right, as that has never happened before. I am going to try and get an appointment so i can find out if there is a reason.
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