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have I done this wrong?!

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babyrose Wed 24-Jul-13 09:27:13

Raraz I've had nothing at all like that no stress or procedures done.

babyrose Tue 23-Jul-13 21:00:40

Anymore thoughts?

babyrose Tue 23-Jul-13 16:28:47

I ovulated cd11, then 5dpo I had watery cm with brown and then next day it was pink. I knew I had already ovulated so I was thinking implantation bleeding. Since then I've had cramps on and off but no af.
The last 3 months my cycles have been 27 (15dpo)with my luteal phase going from 14 to 12 which is giving me the impression I should have had af by now or pg.

CockyFox Tue 23-Jul-13 13:25:16

I think the early tests are a bit hit and miss, just wait and see if you miss a period first if you can. It will save you money (in tests) and worry.

RaRaZ Tue 23-Jul-13 13:21:04

Do you know for sure when you ovulated?

Have you had anything recently like a D&C, change of contraception, MC, TOP, or pg? All can leave your cycles a bit uneven at first.

Good luck though - you know yourself and I reckon you've got a far better idea than me of when to get excited smile . Best of luck!

babyrose Tue 23-Jul-13 13:15:13

Thanks, yeah it's getting quite hard now this waiting game!

Hendricks Tue 23-Jul-13 12:10:41

So today would be cd26? As you got a bfn yesterday I'd try and hold off to Wednesday cd28 so you'd be officially late. Easer said than done I realise...

Good luck

babyrose Tue 23-Jul-13 09:37:34


babyrose Tue 23-Jul-13 08:37:52

I ovulated early this month aswell at cd11 which is also what has confused me as I usually ovulate between 12 and 14.

babyrose Tue 23-Jul-13 08:36:16

By my phone app my af should have been here Sun that would be 13dpo but cd 24 and my cycles are usually 27.

I tested Fri (11dpo) bfn then again on Mon (14dpo) with two types of tests.

My question is should I go by my 27 day cycle or dpo?
My luteal phase has been between 12 and 14 the last 3 months but always 27days?

Does that make sense or did I just ramble?!

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