I am on second month of TTC and been using CB digital ov test. On Sunday the 16th I got my peak solid smiley face and all the symptoms of o; pulling pains on left side, sore breasts. Yesterday I was curious after feeling sick, dizzy, extremely tired and needing to run to the bathroom a lot more (all things very unusual for me) and took another ov test yesterday. It was o low. This morning (not with first urine of the morning) I got a solid smiley face againeak. I am so confused as I really feel like I ovulated on Sunday. Has anyone experienced this before or have any advice? Any kind of reassurance would be great!
I had this last month. CBD gave me a smiley face on my "regular" O day and temp went down a bit. Then temp went back up for 2 days, and fell on the 3rd day and CBD gave me another smiley face. AF came about 3-4 days late last month. So, I presumed that my body tried to O but failed then succeeded on the second time, which made AF late. So, my suggestion is to keep BDing especially it doesn't sound that you temp until CM is dry. FX!
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