Okay, to make a long story short. I had my tubes tied for 2 years. I got a tubal reversal 9/12/08. Well the day before I had the surgery I started bleeding heavy. The doctor said it could be a period from stress about the surgery the next day. He said he seen it before. I had it from 9/12-9/16. Then it stopped. It ran like a normal period. Here is the kicker........Before the surgery while my tubes were tied I was on the depo shot because my period had started going out of wack. My next shot should have been 9/18 but I did not get it(which is clearly after the surgery date). Well I started charting so I would have an idea when to start TTC. Where I got lost is how do I know that was a period that started the day before surgery? Do I count from that first day? Then to top it off me and the DH were given orders to wait 2 weeks before trying. Well we kinda slipped up and started on 9/21 and not 9/26 which would have been the 2 weeks. I put that date in the OPK online and it said my days were 9/21-9/25. Since our first time on 9/21 we also did 9/23. Now I did not do the online OPK until last night after the fact of both days happening.
My question is, could there be a chance that we could get preggo this week? (not even knowing it was my fertility window) Since I do not know if I should count that as a period. I also thought when you come off of depo-shot you will have a period shortly after. But this was the week before I should have got the shot when it started and ended 2 days before I should have got it. So could I have had it early since there was hardly any BC left in my body anyway by the shot be do the next week? So if there is a chance that we could get preggo this week, when could we start testing? Thank you and I hope this was not confusing.
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