My update: CD # 50 and I am finally ovulating today. We've been BDing every other day so I think we got that covered. The way I see it,if we don't get a BFP,probably we won't,at least AF will show up in the next two weeks so I can start a new cycle.It's better than having a super long cycle and wondering what's going on. Have a great week ladies!
Ani(31),DH(31),DD(6),Furbaby(3).TTC for baby no.2 since 05/2009.BFP on 03/02/2011,M/C on 03/11/2011.BFP on 04/12/2012,M/C on 05/02/2012.
Ani, I hate not knowing where I am in my cycle! you must be relieved that at least now you know what your body is doing. fingers crossed for a BFP.
me, I'm in CD 10, and I'm still getting a bit of spotting. I haven't done that for a couple of cycles, but it didnt seem to be interfering with ovulation those times...so, we'll keep on trying. I test 3 days after hubby's appointment with his urologist. My hopes aren't high for a BFP. The most I'm hoping for this cycle is some good news on my husband's side of things.
Mother of 3 sons and one angel baby. Praying for another miracle!
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