So i'm currently on cd11, and my first month of ttc and using OPKS. I'm expecting (from tracking my cycle history) to get EWCM on the cd 13.
My question is, when you have received your positive opks, had you already got fertile mucus, or have you noticed a trend that it turn positive before the change in mucus? I guess I'm trying to work out if I can expect a positive opk any time now or closer to the cd13 and co occuring with EWCerM (or close to it).
I am so excited yet impatient waiting for the smiley face, which I know is ridiculous after being my first month ttc. But I have wanted to try for years- but had to time it with degree and career. Can't wait to finally have a little sproglet in my tummy!
Sometimes, I've found that the mucus is hiding inside... So u never know... But prob best not to hunt around because u don't want it to come out!! Go for it hon, congrats on getting your peak day! Could U use some preseed if u have it? Don't worry if not. Maybe orgasm during or after ejaculation so your cervix helps sweep the spermies into your uterus. Let me know if u have any luck this cycle! Good luck!! X
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