I don't think you had anything to do with it sometimes mother natures just likes to be a pain in the butt...maybe its her way of changing things and working out whatever needed to be worked out in your system so that the next time around it will work out and you get your bfp.
We all love you and still send baby dust your wayView Thread
for me mine felt almost like a pinchy type pulling and it would be brief but it came and went all day.. and for warning tmi.....I also felt nauseous and spent alot of time in the bathroom which wasn't funView Thread
you should check out the book what to expect before you're expecting... it has a great section on what signs to look for in your body to pinpoint your ovulation without having to do tests or keep track of temps. Baby dust to you View Thread
this a great site to read for people who were on Depo and now ttc, I was depo for 1 round and took me and my husband 2 years of ttc before we got our BFP and now I am 12 weeks along. it was nov 2011 when I finally ovulated even though I had my periods pretty much like clock work for those 2 years. I wish you the best of luck and baby dust to you all View Thread
I would encourage you to check out the what to expect before you're expecting book it really helped me and my hubby when we were ttc and it gives alot of tips on foods to eat, things that can damage his sperm as well as what to look for when trying to pin point your ovulation. I read that book right before we started ttcView Thread
Maybe you ovulated way later than you thought, According to my midwife with the due date she gave me I ovulated like 5 days later then I thought did.My fingers are crossed that, that is the reason you still haven't gotten your BFP hopefully in a couple of days you will .... and there are tests you buy online that test at at 10 mUI instead of the traditional 25 mUI http://www.babyhopes.com/10mIU-pregnancy-test-strips.html Baby dust to you View Thread
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