I am new to this community and need a little advice. My husband and I are on month ten in trying for a baby. I'm sure like all of you we have tried every different position, counting days, ovulation tests, laying on my back for 10,15,20 minutes after sex, putting a pillow under me as I'm laying---pretty much every little trick you could think of.
I am also on month number 2 with using Clomid and I bought the $65 digital ovulation test this month so we are watching things very closely... I am currently on day 20 of my cycle and according to the ovulation test I haven't ovulated yet. Is this possible?? Before this month I was using the strips that show an extra line when ovulating and it wasn't very clear/easy to read so I never knew when I was ovulating or not.
Is it possible that I am just not ovulating yet? I've heard that most people ovulate between 15 and 18 days...View Thread
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