I had tried this but not working for me, i have used different ovulation calculator and even OPK's. You can never tell when you exactly ovulated anyway so i range it within the time I get to see the changes of my cervical mucus. That way, I have an idea when exactly I may be very fertile.View Thread
Try to get a blood work if your hcg is high. Though usually, before and after ovulation occurs, you could feel sensitive nipples and have tolerable or heavy crampings. If not, use pregnancy kits for assurance.View Thread
This happened to me after 7 cycles of trying. I still didnt get any luck up to now. I went to the doctor and she advised me to take the OPK first as we try to conceive so we would know if i am ovulating. He also suggested that my husband go through sperm count. So we would know if she needs to refer us to an infertility doctor. Up to this, after my miscarriage last year, we still do not have a baby. I was then at 12w5d.View Thread
I went to my ob-gyn last year for chech up! I was given a go signal that am healthy to get pregnant! After 4months, I got pregnant! Sadly after 12 weeks, the baby's heartbet just stopped! So I had to go through D&C last July 2013. After 1 cycle, my husband and I decided to try again. So counting from the time I had my period last July, am now on my 7th cycle. Still no baby.
I followed all the steps this time, meaning by the book, so am in my fertile days waiting until my ovulation on the 16th (supposedly)! I need baby dusts and tons of tons of prayers to get prenant!
If you have advices, suggestions, comments, please feel free to write down your responses! Thank you!View Thread
You have to try on your fertile days until you reach your ovulation!
I have been trying also myself! Am into my 7th cycle but still not pregnant! Went through D&C last July 2013 so am working on it with my husband. Hopefully this time, i get pregnant!!try to download apps to help guide you too!View Thread
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