I am new to this site and am hoping to get some useful information. Well here's my situation I am 34yrs and we are TTC for about 4-5 months. I get my periods every 23-24 days like clockwork. I am also lucky that during this time I do not have any cramps or heavy bleeding. It stops on day 5. My problem is I am unable to pinpoint when I am ovulating. While this is one of my problems my other problem is that I drink loads of water. 2 very tall glasses as soon as I get up in the morning and after 3 hrs a huge cup of tea. So, basically I keep drinking water through out the day so I am not sure when is the best time to check the OPK? Does having regular periods mean I am ovulating? I don't want to be running out of time for having kids. Everybody I know are popping kids left right and center and it feels like i am taking forever.
Your thoughts on my issue please am really obliged!View Thread
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