My husband and I have been TTC since December. My cycles were so off that I decided to get the ovulation strips..but those just made things more confusion. So I decided to invest in the Clearblue digital ovulation tests. Man, those things are awesome! I finally got a smiley face last Friday and we were intimate Friday, and twice Saturday. My question is, what is the earliest that I can take a pregnancy test? I have a couple of the Cleablue digital pregnancy tests that can test up to 5 days earlier they claim. Also, should your mucus change if you have conceived? What other signs would you have before you find a +, or - pregnancy test?
I am sorry to hear about that too! I am too still crossing my fingers, but I am showing all the classic signs that my AF is coming. I feel your pain, everytime I see the - test or my AF it feels like I get punched in the stomach. Keep your head up and try not to stress about it!View Thread
I found this really cool period and ovulation tracker App for the iphone. Its a free App called Period Tracker Lite and it has really helped me keep track of my cycles, ovulation days, and symptoms. Check it out!View Thread
Yeah that is what happened to me. I was 21 and literally had sex 1 time with my ex-boyfriend and BAM! Pregnant! from 1 time! I was so amazed when I learned how difficult it is to actually get pregnant, so I took that as a sign that my son was meant to be! Now we are "ready" to expand our family and I was hoping it would be that easy again. It has been 7 years since I have been pregnant, so I know my body has changed a lot. I am on month #2 on TTC...and I am not a patient person! View Thread
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