June +opk & testers! 2019

Discussion in 'Trying To Conceive Over 35' started by Crunchymama5, Jun 7, 2019.

  1. Crunchymama5

    Crunchymama5 Well-Known Member

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    Hello ladies!! June just started. This is my first month ttc #4. I just turned 35 and this section really helps since so many horror stories of after 35 etc.
    Well with clearblue got +opk June 2nd. DTD the next morning...trying for a boy (shettles method lol) so i am currently 4dpo!

    Anyone same time frame here!?!? The tww is a struggle. Lol
     
  2. EmmaVH

    EmmaVH Well-Known Member

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    Hi!

    I haven't been on since last June (ironically) when I had my early loss at 5w3d. We took about 10months off TTC and then decided we wouldn't try but wouldn't prevent either. Last month ended in a chemical. Now very nervous about this month.

    A little personal history: I never get symptoms that my period is on the way aside from slight irritability. I've never had cramps since starting at age 13. My cycle is averaging 23days currently (see photo).

    According to my period tracker app my fertile window was 5/29-6/4 with an estimated O-day of 6/2. We DTD 5/31.

    I'm not normally one to symptom spot or over analyze but really confused this week.
    6/4 - got really light-headed/nauseous at work
    6/6 - had needle-like/pinching sensation in lower left pelvic area and fatigue
    6/7 - same sensation, fatigue, headache, diarrhea, and irritable
    6/9 - very vivid dreams, nausea, and fatigue
    6/10 - sensitive nipples, tender breasts, and fatigue
    6/11 - nausea, fatigue, and cramping(? - just uncomfortable feeling in pelvic area)

    So far all tests have been negative. May be too early still? The witch is due Monday.

    Thanks for reading!

     

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