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    wattermom posted:
    we have been ttc for 18 months. Fertility DR said unexplained infertility. We have a 3 year old conceived without any problems took 6 months. I know at 39 my chances are getting slimmer. I use clearblue digital ovulation predictor and have been for almost the full 18 months. When I get the smiley face I have my period 14-15 days later right on schedule. This cycle has been really different. I got my smiley face did our thing. when I had not period after 18 days I took HPT, it was a BFN. Now its been 24 days since my smiley face and 37 days since my last period. My longest cycle I have ever had was 36 days? Not sure if I could still be preg, or did I not ovulate even though I had the smiley face. Anyone ever experienced this?

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