What day do you start using the OPK's? The day following the last day of your cycle?? I've been doing the cervical mucus thing and I just don't like "guess work" and every flippin ovulation calendar I make says something different so I'm just going to do the OPK (unless AF doesn't come this month!)View Thread
Hey ladies, I'm new to this board, but all the posts are really helping me relax and see that I'm not alone! I am in the 2WW, my AF is due 4/23 so keep your fingers crossed! I've been off BCP since Feb 17, I've charted my period since last August and am still pretty regular so hopefully it'll be my month!View Thread
It possibly could, but I'd blame it on the BC more than anything... I missed my period, it took about 40 days to get my first one (and even then it was very short and light) when I quit the pill so it should happen any time now. I've been taking prenatals for 6 months and just been off bc for 3 and have only had 1 period so you're not alone!View Thread
I stopped taking my bc in Feb (after 10 years) and I had the worst sickness, had every sign of pregnancy and didn't have a period - I was having severe bouts of nausea like clockwork at lunch time every day, swollen tender breasts (honestly I was ready to cut them off!) but turned out it was just my body trying to regulate after being on the pill for soooo long. This was our "first month" trying so maybe we'll get lucky! Good luck to you!View Thread
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