AF is due on sunday, 4/1, and Ive been having some symptoms Ive not got before AF other months. Like today, I went out to get lunch for my son, and the smell of the food made me gag and want to throw up. My cervix is still mid high, then going higher at times, and feels softish. Not alot of CM, if I do get any, its whitish looking. Im tired, my boobs hurt, especially the nipples. I tested today with a First Choice pregnancy test and it was negative. It wasnt with first morning urine. I had a pop before, and then got home to test and it was for sure no line there.
As for Ovulation, well all this time I was telling myself I ovulated on 3/15, cd 11. The reason is because I had alot of EWCM, tender breasts, increased sex drive, and cramping. But based off of my cycles I have 28 day cycles. So, I guess I could have ovulated later, say around day 14, which would have been 3/18, making me 10 dpo today, instead of 13 dpo. I am just going based off of the symptoms I had around that time. We bd 3/15 and 3/19.
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