Really need your help - what would you do?

Discussion in 'Long Term Trying To Conceive' started by kat08, Apr 22, 2009.

  1. kat08

    kat08 Well-Known Member

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    Hi all

    I started my first round of clomid on 10th April and as I was on a really long cycle at that time I have counted that as CD2. That means I am currently on CD 15 and according to all the ovulation calculators I should be ovulating tomorrow - providing the clomid is doing what it should be!

    I had planned to:sex: Mon, Wed, Fri this week as I know the most important day is the day before ovulation which would be today. But I have just done an OPK and I don't think it was a positive (I have never had one before due to PCOS). Therefore what I wanted to know is do you think I should wait to :sex: tomorrow?

    What would you do?
     
  2. wishn2Bmom

    wishn2Bmom Kicked infertility's ass

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    If it were me I would go ahead and do the grown up today.
    How dark is the line? I only get one day that I can call a +, and it's pretty +, but I still think the control line is a tad darker (not much though). I was just always told on here that if its not as dark or darker than the control then it's not a +, but thats all I get! I think you just have to feel out whats normal for you and this month is a discovery month. So since you're flying blind I would say if its close to a + and you haven't had any +s before... go ahead and dtd. If you get a darker line tomorrow do it again! There's no rule that says you can't bd two days in a row, and this way you have covered your bases.
    But thats just me :)
     
  3. kat08

    kat08 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks that's really helpful - I think you are right should just go for it!
     
  4. Ilovepink

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    Yes, if your partner's sperm count is normal don't think there's any reason why you can't do it everyday!!
     
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    wishn2Bmom Kicked infertility's ass

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