Still no idea what's going on!

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  1. Mackmummy

    Mackmummy Well-Known Member

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    I ovulated twice this month???!! This being according to ovulation sticks. Once when I was supposed to then again about two weeks later (about a week before my period was due) it's now been about 40 days since my last period but still negative pregnancy tests? My cycle is usually 35/36 days anyway. My late ovulation was only about 2 weeks ago though so is this why my period is late? We also dtd about 5 days before my second ovulation, could there still be a chance I'm pregnant but it's too early to test? All very odd!

    Here's the dates:

    Last period 12th October
    Peak ovulation 29th October
    Dtd 29th october, 30th October. 5th November
    Peak ovulation 12th November but had EWCM for around four days before that
    Period was due around 15th/16th November at the latest

    What's going on??!!

    THANK YOU! X
     
  2. Nikkers

    Nikkers Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like you didn't ovulate the first time you got positive Opk tests, hence why it happened again. All the stuff I have read says that sperm can live up to a week in the right conditions so you could still be in with a chance. Any signs? I guess you count your normal luteal phase from the second positive opk test and that will give you an indication of when AF is due. Hope it doesn't arrive!
     
  3. Mackmummy

    Mackmummy Well-Known Member

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    I have no signs of af coming. I feel run down and sometimes queasy but I think I'm getting flu! Never had such a weird cycle! So if I count my second ovulation date as the right one, when would I be due on? I'm rubbish trying to work out dates and cycles! Thanks
     
  4. Nikkers

    Nikkers Well-Known Member

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    Well if your luteal phase is about 2 weeks, AF would be due around the 26th November. So keep those tests ready for later this week :) Good luck!
     
  5. Sprout

    Sprout Well-Known Member

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    Just a thought - ovulation tests can come up positive if you're pregnant...perhaps there's some way the ovulation has picked it up but not a pregnancy test? Sorry, hoping that doesn't get your hopes up too much but maybe worth a pop to the doctors for a blood test...or even just a few different brands of pregnancy test? Good luck!
     
  6. Mackmummy

    Mackmummy Well-Known Member

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    Yeah I'd heard that about ovulation tests, don't worry, no hopes up here! X
     
  7. SalisburyMum

    SalisburyMum Well-Known Member

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    My OV tests showed pregnancy way before it happened on an OPK
     
  8. Mackmummy

    Mackmummy Well-Known Member

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    How long after a positive ov test did you test positive on a pregnancy test?
     
  9. Ab202

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    The month that I got my bfp I got loads of random ewcm and thought I'd got my ovulation dates wrong as it happened again a week later! I didn't do opks though, just thought I'd share my experience!
     
  10. lillith112

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    I had a near positive opk 10 dpo, had a dark positive 11dpo and a positive pregnancy test 11dpo. x
     

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