Hi ladies My first question is if OV is in the morning, say at 10 am (I can feel the stabbing pain in my ovary), can you count 12.pm OV day untill 12 pm next day as 1DPO or do I actualy have to wait untill the next day to start counting day past ovulation? Sorry if this is a stupid question (or if it doesn't make sense) I might just be a little eager to get this 2ww moving.
Second Question: I ovulated on friday morning (23rd/sept) and am now on the end of 5DPO. Starting this morning I started to get mild cramping which felt more like pressure and the occassional slight stabbing pain. It only went for about 20 mins this morning and just started again about 9 hours later for a few mins then completely left. I'm not used to having 'fertile' cycles (this is my second) so I'm not sure if this is normal for this time. Could it be implantation cramping? I've read that it can happen as early as 4DPO but was most common between 6-12DPO. I know people say you can't implant before 5 DPO but I've found some contradictory info so now my head is spinning! If it was to early for implantation what causes cramping with AF so far away? Thanks for hearing me out everyone I'm also on agnus castus/vitex for the second cycle if thats important.
I realy hope you're right!! I have been waiting for that BFP for so long but now i'm acutaly in with a shot (normalish cycles) I feel so much more desperate. I used to be jelouse of women in the 2ww because at least they had a chance of getting that positive but now I realise it drains your mind! Never been so obsessed with anything in my life!
Thank you so much for replying Its so nice having people who understand what I'm rambling on about!
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