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Discussion in 'Trying to Conceive' started by kabey, Nov 15, 2007.
If AF has arrived today, will I be ovulating around 2 weeks today?
Yeh I'm not clued up AT all!
I am not clued up much either but I think the answer is yes
It depends on how long your cycle is hun.
Not everybody ovulates 2 weeks after their period starts.
Do you know how long your cycles normally are?
You need to look out for changes in your cervical mucus. Immediately after your AF it will be sticky, then it changes to a creamier texture as you enter your fertile phase. Start BD'ing around this time.
When you're at your peak fertile time it changes to egg white CM, it's quite thin and slippery. You might even get stretchy discharge after going to the loo. Defo BD around this time as ovulation is imminent.
You might get 4-5 days of this type of CM before you ovulate. Once you've ovulated it usually returns to sticky CM again.
The easiest thing is just to BD regularly after your AF
Is it right that you always ovulate 14 days before AF? (not that it helps, unless you're psychic and know when AF will be coming )