kinda sorta know what I'm doing... but mostly not :)
I'm pretty new at all this too. I don't temp (basal body temperature in the morning?) so I can't give pointers on that...
I keep an eye on my discharge- I usually ovulate on cycle day 13 or so and I get discharge that's lotion like about two days before and then it gets stretchy and more like egg white (you hear a lot about that). It's the best to clue you in to timing of ovulation.
I also just started checking my cervix -- that's a whole other thing and you have to be comfortable with yourself to do this... You can google all this for very in depth information.
I can't really help you with anything related to the implant, because I never had one. But according to Google and other people stories, you should be able to get pregnant right away.
As for other tips, I would reccomend charting you temperature in the mornings, I just started doing that myself and apparently it really helps, there are a lot of other ways to determine when you are ovulating, you can also use pee tests. Timing is important, you don't want to miss the little egg
Other than that, you should look into prenatal vitamins, while those may not help your fertility they are important for your health and the baby.
Location: Second star to the right, and straight on till morning.
Welcome to the circus!
I'm not temping, or peeing on sticks. I want to let nature take its course and surprise me just like I surprised my mother which is totally why I bought preseed to day To be fair, I run on the dry side so you know... I totally just spent 30 bucks for that
Try not to let yourself get stressed out. Have fun making this one
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