This does not make sense I need help!

Discussion in 'Trying To Conceive' started by emzy_11, Nov 19, 2011.

  1. emzy_11

    emzy_11 Well-Known Member

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    My ovulation is normally on day 29. Like clockwork I get a positive opk on day 28 and two days of watery cm either side of O! I also get a distinct cervix change!

    This cycle I got a positive opk on day 25 & 26, the worst ovulation pain ever on day 26 and no clear cervical change. My cm only was water once but I've had a week leading up with patches of EWCM.
    My temp shift has made FF pin point O on day 25. Can anyone tell me please how I got pains and positive opk's after O? I also normally get pretty stable temps and temp change but leading up to O was pretty rocky and no temp dip!! I hope it is just due to my cycle shortening!

    Thanx all!
     
  2. lilyV

    lilyV TTC #1 Since May 2011

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    You're ovulation day's late.. do you always have a long cycle? I get crampy and in pain when I'm ovulating so that's normal. I don't know about the positive OPK, sorry! GL
     
  3. emzy_11

    emzy_11 Well-Known Member

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    After BCP in April I didn't get a cycle till July and since then they have been around 43-44 days. I'm guessing my body and O signs are a little strange this cycle coz I've dropped 4 days of this cycle. Oh well I start clomid next cycle so hopefully it gets me on a normal cycle.
     
  4. lilyV

    lilyV TTC #1 Since May 2011

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    yeah, hopefully that stabilizes and that's your cycle so you don't have to fret over when's the big O.
     

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