It could possible be break through bleeding. This sometimes happens when our hormones are out of control. Going off birth control can cause this. It could also be your body trying to start your period. Or it could also be implantation bleeding. Either way it's very normal. If you think you are pregnant, please take a pregnancy test .
Oh the weather here is beautiful the last few days! We all know that it's important to keep yourself healthy while trying to conceive. Does your exercise program change in the warmer months? Personally I go to the gym in the colder months and when it rains more often. When it's nicer I like to take a walk or run closer to home. I still go to the gym but probably not as much. Plus I add in swimming in the summer as well. What do you do different in the spring/summer for your exercise program?
How does it effect your relationship with your partner? Do you and your partner fight more during that time? Is he as anxious as you? How do you try to make those 2 weeks less stressful for both you and your partner?View Thread
I am very glad you found our calendar, as well as another helpful. Do you think the charting has made you more obsessed or do you think seeing when you are ovulating helps with that . I think with all things we really want we tend to be a bit obsessive. So I wouldn't worry too much. Hopefully you'll tell us you got a BFP soon.
When are you ovulating? When are you bding? Here is an article from WebMD on Understanding your Ovulation. Do you feel you have a good handle on your cycle? What suggestions would you give others to help them better understand their cycles?View Thread
I am sorry that it's another month without conceiving. I think it might be time to maybe get a second opinion from a fertility specialist. Here are a few of Dr. Smith's posts that might help you a bit. Her first that I think you might get some good information from is When is it time to see a specialist , and the second is on Conception Myths .
As I said however, I'd talk to your fertility specialist again, or look for a new one to find some answers.
Stress has been known to affect our cycles. If you continue to not start your period and another tests shows negative you may want to talk to your doctor. Just to be on the safe side. Hopefully life will calm down for you soon, and things will go back to normal. Here is an article Dr. Smith wrote on Irregular Cycles , that might help answer some questions.
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