Need advice asap! Do i BD tonight???

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  1. Lovebug1821

    Lovebug1821 Well-Known Member

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    Hi Girls!

    I have a VERY REGULAR 28-29 day cycle...
    I am only on CD 10, i had very little stretchy CM this morning when i wiped. It was very slight. Should we BD tonight to be safe? I don't think i would be ovulating so soon. And if i BD tonight, should we BD again tomorrow too? Thanks ladies! Hope you can help!
     
  2. sar89

    sar89 Well-Known Member

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    Yes u should bd tonight as sperm must be in your system for at least 12 hours so they can undergo a process called capacitation. This is needed so the sperm can penetrate the egg. Good luck x
     
  3. AC1987

    AC1987 Mom of 2 DD's

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    You're probably about to ovulate so I would say bd every day or every other day even a day or two after ovulating :thumbup:
     
  4. Lovebug1821

    Lovebug1821 Well-Known Member

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    So, you think i'm probably going to O soon, even though i'm only on CD10 & the stretchy CM was very slight? I guess i gotta get to BD'ing tonight! Should i BD also tomorrow night as well? What if the opk doesn't show positive? This is so confusing! haha!
     
  5. Lozb

    Lozb Well-Known Member

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    just bed for fun.
     
  6. Scout

    Scout Well-Known Member

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    you should try to bd the day before the OPK turns positive, so I'd go ahead and start.
     

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