So I took an O test today and it looks pretty positive to me so my DH will be very happy, but we are also suppose to go running tonight and to a cycle class tomorrow night and I don't know if I should hold off on the exercise until after O? Ugh I am stressing myself out. I don't want to ruin my chances!!!
2 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:OPK looks positiveSo I took an O test today and it looks pretty positive to me so my DH will be very happy, but we are also suppose to go running tonight and to a cycle class tomorrow night and I don't know if I should hold off on the exercise until after O?<br />Ugh I am stressing myself out. I don't want to ruin my chances!!!
Report This| Share this:OPK looks positiveSo now to add more stress to the matter. This maybe extreme TMI but I now have a hemorrhoid and I am afraid to use anything since I am ovulating according the OPK. UGH!!!!!!
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