Late Ovulation Does It Push Back AF

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Val - April 10

Hi ladies... I'm not sure if I'm jumping the gun but I'd love to hear thoughts about my situation... My last period was March 2. I don't remember much about it as I had the flu at the time, but it was somewhat lighter than usual and earlier (on day 30, rather than 33). A couple of weeks later, I started having a lot of back pain. I put it down to lifting something badly. Now the pain is mostly gone, but I've had a dull ache in my right lower stomach for about 3 weeks. The only other weird symptom was that at about 2-3 weeks after AF, I kept getting flushed cheeks. I ovulated around April 1st (very late), and there's no sign of AF in sight! The only other weird symptom is some tiredness (almost had to pull over while driving a couple of days back), and change in eating habits. my questions: if I ovulated on April 1st, and possibly conceived around then, is it too early for results to show on a test? Also, does late ovulation result in AF coming later? Thanks!

 

Val - April 10

sorry, I realize my first post was a bit long, I'm wondering if: 1) it's too early to take a urine test? 2) anyone else has had flushed cheeks as a symptom of pregnancy? Thanks!

 

Liz - April 10

My only preg sign (7 years ago) was a tugging i the abdomen. You definatly sound like you have some viable symptoms. I was a LATE symptom shower but many have them 1 week after implantation. Good luck to you!

 

Val - April 10

thanks, Liz. I'm trying to not psyche myself out, but am crossing my fingers.

 

Liz - April 10

It's hard NOT to. I actually knew w/ my first with my first afeter 3 months of trying. It was strange, I know. Women's intuition, I gues!!!

 

enail - April 10

Val, late ovulation does result in AF coming later. The phase after ovulation, (luteal) generally remains the same for individual women each month (I have read that the average is 12-14 days after ovulation). The part of your cycle that can vary is the first part. If you did ovulate April, I think it is early for a urine test to show positive--though some women do! Sorry, don't remember having flushed cheeks when I was pregnant (until I was about 8 months and HOT all the time) but everyone is different. Good luck to you!

 

Val - April 10

Enail... thanks for responding!

 

Andrea - April 25

With my last pregnancy, my face was flushed from the get go. I thought maybe my blood pressure was up.

 

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