Hi All! Thank you all so much for the support I appriciate it all, I really do.
Im really confused and I didnt know which forum to post this under, so since im technically in the tww I figured why not.
So Im on CD 37. My periods havent been normal for years they usually range from 32- 50 days. I had a positive opk on march 12th. I started counting dpo the day after the test, which I think I did wrong. So I think im 11dpo right now, but I might not??? Who knows because im driving myself batty!
Im also on Crinone 8% a progesterone gel suppository. I started taking that the day after I got my positive opk.
I was doing some research and read that while on this medication I wont start my period because of the progesterone. So question is when should I test before I stop taking this medicine? I tested last night and got a BFN!!!!
I called my DO and ofcourse the RN was busy and couldnt speak to me right then... && Im pretty sure I confused the hell out of the poor office girl who answered the phone.
ANYTHING WOULD HELP!! Thank you all so much for your time.
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