today is SUPPOSE to be 2dpo..Cramping today could I have ovulated sooner than I thoug
Okay I started my period on April 21st. I took clomid CD4-8. Around CD 18 & 19 I had NO signs of ovulation. And on the 20th I finally had EWCM FINALLY it stretched about a few inches and everything, buuut I only had it for a few hours. So I assumed I ovulated this day but please advise me if you think differently. I BD April 24th, 26th-May2,May6, May8-10, And last night. The Night I think I ovulated I BD twice.. plus the night before.
Well today is CD22 which would be 2DPO and I have cramping that go away and come back. So I what I'm askin is could I have ovulated early even tho no signs && this cramping could be implantaion?? What do you thinkkk??
Im so stressing lol
Also with my EWCM my opk was negative. And it only lasted for like 5 hours. So is this bad or what??
And my nipples are supper sore/sensitive. I know its way to soon to know.. but thats why I'm wondering if I ovulated early or something??
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