I don't think I'm going to ov this cycle

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  1. Snowball

    Snowball Resident badass

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    Day 12 and still low on my monitor. I tried a internet OPK and barely got a line, infact it looked like one of thos dodgy evaps I've been getting :(

    I know it's early but I just don't think I'm gearing up to ov this cycle at all. Can I ov later and still be in with a chance? I ov'd on CD14 last cycle although before that I've ov'd around or just after CD16.

    Sorry, I know I'm being annoying:blush:
     
  2. rachelle1975

    rachelle1975 And then there were 3!!

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    Hey snowball!

    What is your cycle length??

    Mine is 27 days and i can ovulate anywhere between 12-20!! ha ha nice and vague that! I thought i would O on CD14 this cycle but got a faint on 13 and faint on 14.. and so on. In the end my positive OPK came yesterday and a temp dip today so i know my cycle will be longer this month due to late ovulation.

    Do you ovulate regularly each month? :hugs:
     
  3. cerilou

    cerilou Well-Known Member

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    Hi hun

    Are you testing just once a day? The reason I ask is that perhaps your LH surge was quite short and testing once a day might mean you miss it.

    I wouldn't worry too much. Keep testing - you may just ovulate late.

    :hug:
     
  4. babytots

    babytots Well-Known Member

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    hi hun try not to worry you sound like i was a few days ago moaning and worried i was going to ov really late and lo and behold i got a + opk 2 days later.

    i'm sure your monitor will give you a high and peak reading soon chick! x
     
  5. Snowball

    Snowball Resident badass

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    My cycle varies from 25-31 days although is usually nearer the 25 end. I used to ov on CD16 and have a regular 28 day cycle although last cycle I ov'd on CD14 so maybe it is varying?

    I test in the morning with my cbfm. Today was the first day I've used a internet opk aswell (I know I'm obsessed:blush:)
     
  6. DaisyDuke

    DaisyDuke Matilda Tasya's mum :)

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    Hi hunni try not to worry to much, i O 2 days late last cycle :hugs:
     
  7. Sambatiki

    Sambatiki Finally a Mummy!!

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    Hiya,

    This cycle I ov'd really late. Normally Im a 28 cycle girl, OV-ing around CD14-15. So dont worry just yet!!!

    Best of luck! :dust:
     
  8. bluey

    bluey Mum of 2 boys

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    Hey Snowball! I think you and I are having matching months - I am also at day 12 and also still getting lows on my monitor. This is my 3rd cycle using monitor and prev 2 I've been high from day 8/9 with peak at 14ish.

    I've been a bit under the weather since the middle of last week & wondering if that's what has delayed things this cycle.

    Here's hoping we both wake up to a high tomorrow! :hug:
     
  9. CurlySue

    CurlySue P.I's Mummy

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    Have been known to ovulate on CD35 so at CD12 you are not out of the running just yet.
     
  10. Chris77

    Chris77 Mommy to PJ and Gavin

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    Hey hun, I think you'll ovulate probably on day 16 or maybe a little later. I know I don't usually ovulate until somewhere in the low 20's. Good luck. xx
     

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