I am currently on cd 33/15dpo. I always have a 28-30 day cycle. I know I ovulated on cd18 (temp & cm confirmed). On CD 27/9dpo I had extreme pain/cramping on my right side. It felt like really strong ovulation pain. 2 days later I got a uti & yeast infection. I tested on cd 31/13dpo & cd 32/14dpo and got a BFN. I had a chemical pregnancy last month. Do you think I am pregnant & its just not showing up in my urine yet? Could the uti/yeast infection be throwing my cycle off? Is my cycle just longer this month because of the chemical pregnancy last month? Any advice would be appreciated! Thanks!
I've herd some women say that a yeast infection was there first symptom... higher level of estrogen during pregnancy causes your vagina to produce more glycogen, making it even easier for yeast to grow there.
Watch treating it with strong creams or tablets.
I'm 7dpo and went to the doctor yesterday and he told me I had a uti don't really know where I came from and never ever had on before. I will definitely be stalking this thread. GL and I'm spreading baby dust your way
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