I am new to all this kind of stuff and i am very confused- I was diagnosed with PCO about 2 months ago- My doc put me on Provera to help me get my period so that he could do a HSG test- everything went fine there no blockages or cyst at this time- 1 week after the test i started to bleed again and then 2 weeks later i THINK i got a positiv O test and now the last few days i have been getting light cramping/tightning like i am getting a period but nothing is happening- I have been charting my BBT but i have got a flu so they are all over the place! I am sooo frustrated as i am all over the place- is anyone in the same position.... Today is a week after i THINK i ovulated... Should i have any signs yet??
It's too early to have any pregnancy signs, but it's good that you had a positive OPK - that probably means you ovulated. I'm sorry your temps are all over the place - I really hope this month is your month! You just have to play the tedious waiting game until you miss AF. It sucks. I'm 11DPO (my ticker sucks and is a day off) and I THINK I could be preggers, but I don't know and I don't have AF yet.
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