I am on cd2 today... (yes, the witch came on Christmas.. ugh) and I took an ovulation test out of boredom.. and I am confused because it look positive to me..
so if I am about to ovulate, is it possible to ovulate on a period?? This is the first month trying to track ovulation and such. My husband have been ntnp up until now, but I do konw that my cycles are between 22-26 days.
That is not positive but really anything is possible, I once read on here about a lady who swears she concieved/Ovulated at the end of her period so it is possible but just a small %, Just keep testing and when both lines are the same darkness then u know ur fixing to O
Ok ladies even though I'm 26 I'm new to the cycles & ovulation.At 16 I no sooner had my first cycle and was put on Depo it stopped my cycles..At 19 I went off it and never had a cycle.The doctors said there was no reason to worry even though I was because I thought id never get preg if I wasn't working.just recently I was having problem with my hair & nails & a friend said take prenatal vitamins so I did and I had my first period in almost 6 years followed by another one the following month.my question is can you ovulate when your periods longer then it should be (12 days) and while you have any spotting?Thanks & sorry this is so long
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