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mommielast_try posted:
been tryingto get prego since i got off my bc in dec. no luck yet and intercourse four to six times a week. feeling pretty desperate to time it right to have that last baby before a certain time...now im starting to really worry..what am i doing wrong? i had paragaurd for four years and taken out in dec. ready for number three and ive been tracking my periods with my days calendar app..still nothing. feeling pretty disappointed and starting to wonder...any advice? im open to all. the firstt two i never even tried..
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EECKA responded:
I had my paragaurd removed in December as well. I have been tracking my cycle and can't understand why I'm not pregnant yet. I have started using an ovulation kit and now I see I should have ovulated a few days ago and my hormones haven't spiked at all. No ovulation?! I've always had completely regular periods. Please let me know if you hear anything.
 
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TKO120107 replied to EECKA's response:
Welcome to the board, ladies!!

Calendars work best for people with textbook cycles. They assume you always ovulate right in the middle of you cycle, but that's not true for everyone. So also tracking signs of fertility like cervical mucus and basal body temp can help.

I ovulate late in my cycle - day 16ish in a 27day cycle. That might also be the case for you. And don't forget that your hormones surge AFTER you ovulate.

Baby dust!
Me (39) DH (40) DS (2) TTC no. 2


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