Well I have Endometriosis. (I had surgery a couple months ago to have it removed) I recently came off of the birth control pill. My fiance and I are trying to conceive. I had bleeding March 2nd-March 5th. I started taking ovulation tests on March 6th because I have irregular cycles and wasn't sure when I should start taking them. I haven't gotten a positive yet.
On March 18th and 19th I had a lot of EWCM. Tuesday the 20th I had a little bit of creamy discharge. I haven't gotten a positive result yet. I was wondering if it's possible that I was ovulating on the 18th or if I'm ovulating now and it just doesn't show up on OPKs for me? Also, I have had a TON of breast/nipple soreness as well as having a crampy feeling on the left side and I have had some nausea that comes and goes.
The test lines have gotten darker every day (I've been using internet cheapies and CVS brand--I tried the Answer brand but never saw a test line on those.)--- anyways, the test line has gotten darker every day until today.. Today when I tested, it seemed as if the test line had disappeared!
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