Hi, ive been doing the ovulation test kits at home and last month i started on the 14th-17th and it was - negative then i skipped 18th and 19th then i did a test on the 20th and it said YES!!!! but i bought another test kit and started on the 11th of september. from the 11th to the 19th it said - negative, but i did it 2day on the 20th and it said YES!! once again. i havent had a period this month and was wondering if a woman could actually get pregnant without having a period can she still ovulate??? CAN ANYONE HELP ME ANSWER MY ? thanks nicoleView Thread
Hello, i was told since i have PCOS that its not a good idea for me to use the ovulation kits becuz i dont have regular cycles and it makes it harder to detect. I got off of birth control almost 3 months ago and it was way too early for me to start ovulating becuz i needed time to adjust to not having the hormones in the pill but what i dont understand is why would the ovulation test kit say yes after a week of testing and it being no??? could those tests actually give a false positive??? PLEASE ANY ADVICE WOULD POSSIBLY HELP ME!!!! THANKS View Thread
yes ive been told by my sister that she thinks maybe i do need to see a specialist becuz a obgyn can only do so much and to me i believe its what i need also i dont need different types of meds every time i go to my doc but that what he does. well thank you for ur advice it helped View Thread
ive tried that also but my temp doesnt really change much ive been going to 2 different obgyns in the past 3 years but one didnt answer my ?s and the other well he thinks im able to get pregnant but i havent shown any differences with any meds out there for it.idk what else i can do??? im at the end of my rope and about to say forget it and just except the fact that i just cant get pregnant, thank you for ur adviceView Thread
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