This is my first cycle ttc since coming off bcp and my mmc in late September. I was pretty sure it wouldn't happen but I had my fingers crossed that the EWCM I got at cd13 was a sign that I actually ovulated. Now I just got out of my shower and sure enough my boobs started leaking, this is the same thing that happened the last time I got off the birth control patch and I ended up with a 50 some day cycle. I was hoping I wouldn't be so screwed up coming off the pill as I was the patch since I have gotten pregnant on the pill before. Now I am completely disappointed and have no clue what my body will decide to do next. Thanks for letting me vent ladies.
woohooo AF showed today, not happy she showed at all but at least I wasn't left waiting 20 more days like the last time. Only a couple of days late so I am not complaining. Plus side my hubby turns 30 next weekend and I will be able to have a few drinks and use the hot tub in our hotel room. So gotta look at the bright side or I would go insane. Good luck ladies!!
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