My name is Coco, my DH and I conceived about 4 months after stopping the pill last year. We lost the baby due to chromosome issues and had a d&e in june. We started back trying July of this year. My cycles are so normal a 28 days. Every 14 days into my cycle I have ovulation pain, its last 24 hours. My question is when the pain comes is it after , before or during ovulation? I cannot test until Monday and I had no symtoms with my last pregancy but trying to conceive quickly due to my age being over 35... Help? Hoping we conceived this month...
I guess my challenge is that I cant have it the day of the ovulation pain due to the pain so I usually way until right after it stops..for example, this month I had the Pain on that Monday the 14th day of my cycle but was unable to have sex until Tuesday morning due to the pain. So I'm wondering if I'm too late or should we be having sex the day of the pain regardless of the pain?
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