I am 36 years old and TTC. I have been trying for a year and some months now but its hard to say because my spouse travels a lot and I have just recently learnt to use the digital clearblue ovulation kit but before then I did a blood test with my doctor to check my ovulation and she said I was fine and need to spend more time with spouse. However, I decided to test myself using the digital ovulation kit...I used the advanced digital ovulation kit in September and saw the smiley face which was a relief but this month I bought the normal digital clearblue ovulation kit and tested during fertile days every morning and no smiley face. Its been six days and no smiley face so I am frustrated and wondering what is happening.View Thread
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