So it's been 43 days since my last period so I am ten days late. I took a test two days ago and it was negative. Should I keep using the opk's or should I wait until I have my period and then start. We have been ttc since march and I am getting frustrated.View Thread
I am really confused and need help.. I went off my bc in march and have been ttc since. My periods have been regular since then and 29 days apart. I purchased some opk's and startied using them this week with no luck. Am I testing too soon? I started my period on the 19th which was twelve days ago and if I am regular and 29 days apart shouldn't I be ovulating by now? What if I don't? Do I call the dr or just give it more time? I knew ttc could take some time but I am getting antsy
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