Internal scan showed i would ovulate- UPDATED WITH NEW TEST-EVAP??
Hi everyone well its been a long time since i have posted in here. Anyway after 2 years of ttc i finally got put on 50g of clomid and this is my first cycle. Please could you all have a look at the test that i did this morning and tell me what you think ( sorry for the so many lol ) also here is my dates so you can all read and let me know what you think.
Last A/F: 4TH Feb ( clomid taken from day 2-7)
Wednesday 15th Feb: Internal scan showed 17mm follicle and said I would ovulate within the next 24-48 hours so we that day and every other day untill the 21st Feb.
Now im driving my self crazy with this test lol any views is much appreciated even if you dont see anything many thanks xx
thank you everyone for looking and taking the time to reply im just thinking how many DPO I am and lets says it did take up to 48hrs after the scan to ovulate that would make me roughly 10 days??
I will be doing another one 2moz morning, so fingers crossed xxx
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