I had a miscarriage on Aug 13th. I got my first period after that on September 9th and my second period on the 4th of October. According to Pink Pad (what I use to track my periods) I was supposed to ovulate from the 13th until the 19th with the 18th being my most fertile day. My husband and I had unprotected sex on the 12th, 13th, and 18th. My period isn't due until the 1st of November. I have been feeling a TINY bit nauseous lately, very hot, and just this morning (between 3am-8am) I peed 3 times. I also have a headache almost everyday. I had a lot of clear CM from Friday until yesterday (Sunday) and had some VERY MILD cramping. Is it possible that I could be pregnant?View Thread
Ok so according to the ovulation calendar here I should be starting AF today or tomorrow. I have absolutely no symptoms. I had A LITTLE cramping this morning for like 30 mins but now it is gone. I don't really think I've had any symptoms of pregnancy. I'm not really nauseaus. I have gotten like twice after I ate something. I don't really know if I have been any more sleepy. I seem to yawn more at work I guess. And my breasts are not tender. It can come and go and it's only when I push on them. I don't remember seeing any implantation bleeding. SO yeah. I am going to wait until the end of next week and test if I have not gotten AF yet. Keep your fingers crossed!!! ~Baby Dust!!~View Thread
Hi all! I'm new to this board but I've been reading a lot of posts. My DH and I have been TTC for about 4 mo now. We're really hoping this month is it! My periods are usually about 24 to 25 days. I had my last period on December 5th and on Nov 11th before that. My DH and I had *intercourse* on the 13th, 14th, and 16th, which according to the ovulation calendar was around my ovulation days. Hoping this month is it! Say a prayer!View Thread
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