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Praying for a baby girl
Prayingforababygirl posted:
I took a ovualation test yesterday and nothing. But when I looked at the ovulation calender online it stated that i was currently ovulating. Can anyone help me understand whst is going on?
tlkittycat1968 responded:
Just because the ovulation calendar says you should be ovulating doesn't mean you are. Those calendars are usually based on an "average" cycle length of 28 days and almost no woman has an average cycle. Also, if you are able to customize the calendar to account for your cycle length, you might ovulate at a different time than usual.
Proud mommy to PJ (5)
Prayingforababygirl replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
Thank you so much for your response. I have the home ovulation test and it is defintely saying nothing. I just dont know when is the right time to try for a baby. having sex with my husband is of course fun but I dont want to do it all the time just to get preganant.

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