I have a maybe stupid question... please forgive me

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  1. Lulla Bell

    Lulla Bell Well-Known Member

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    First ill explain.
    Ive been on the injection or the implant since I was 15 thats 13 years, so I've never had to deal with AF....
    So please god don't laugh if this is silly...


    This month I had two lots of BFP OPKS!
    the first lot were on the 26th then the second lot on the 2nd!
    Very kindly I was told its because you can have a surge but not ovulate the first time....
    So because I Od later does that mean AF will arrive later? Or will she come at the same time is if it was a normal 28 cycle?

    Im trying to work out when il be late...
    If it's the first lot I'm due in 4 days
    if its the second its about 8 days away

    Again.... Sorry lol!
     
  2. BunnyN

    BunnyN Well-Known Member

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    Usually you will get af 14 days after ovulation but if your cycle is still settling down it could be less. Not a silly question. It all gets quite confusing!
     
  3. Lulla Bell

    Lulla Bell Well-Known Member

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    Okay so its really just a waiting game then!
    Im so organised in every aspect of my life, its driving me crazy that this is so sporadic... haha
     
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    BunnyN Well-Known Member

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    I had irregular cycles from BFing when we were TTC. It drove me crazy too :).
     
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    Lulla Bell Well-Known Member

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    Thank you for your help though :) Thats cleared it up for me :)
     
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    When I came off the implant my nurse told me I could fall pregnant straight away although it's taking its time I think the implant is one that doesn't mess up ovulation. It has taken me about five months for cycles to settle though so you might be a wee bit here and there if you have recently come off injections/implant xx
     
  7. Lulla Bell

    Lulla Bell Well-Known Member

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    I came off 7 months ago, Ive only just started ovulating... They are defiantly screwed up, which doesn't help my constant need for order lol! x
     
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    Really?? I think I might buy opk now just to make extra sure, I was getting ovulation pains and everything else that pointed towards it. Thank gawd I found this forum I feel like my nurse is just filling my head with bs. Xx
     
  9. Lulla Bell

    Lulla Bell Well-Known Member

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    Okay Another question... So Id only really had one period since coming off the deep and ttc, And that was my first one in nearly 13 years...
    So I have a full achey feeling in my womb area... Like a dull ache!
    Is this typical of Just before AF?
     
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    Yes its very typical before your period. Just to confuse matters its also a common early pregnancy symptom :).
     
  11. Lulla Bell

    Lulla Bell Well-Known Member

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    Oh Brilliant just what I need, More symptoms to obsess over haha! x
     

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