As the title states I'm nearly 1 wk late.
I do know I ovulated per positive OPK and ultrasound. I had iui's done on March 8 (day I ovulated) and morning of the 9th. I have no fertility issues and didn't use prot/trigger, etc. All natural iui.
I have had several symptoms that would lean towards a positive yet I didn't over read into any of them until I was late. Am disappointed all my tests are still BFN.
For the past two days every time I eat I have an upset stomach. Nothing to do with my gallbladder because that's removed. Am now disliking foods I usually love too. Very mild cramping the past two days, I'd say a few cramps over a couple hours then none the rest of the day but have had none today and my cm goes from snotty white (sorry!) to dry and no cm, which is rare for me. I usually have some sort of cm. Also, my system has been REALLY on track which is also rare for me. I can now go 2-3 times per day.
I've had no spotting of any kind besides heavy brown spotting from 4dpiui-9dpiui.
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