Any Ideas

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ashleyd - June 11

I've posted a few times wondering about it all... I'm now on CD25 (of a 32 day on average cycle) I believe to have O'd back on CD12, but got the same "ovulation" tinges, and ewcm on CD24. the past few days I've had cramps like AF is coming, or is there (but not) and now those have gone away. I can't get enough sleep...it's awful, I'm always tired. My left nipple is darkened, and sore (right one isn't as much). Out of just a "curious" thing, tested tonight...and just our luck...it was an invalid test (control window didnt pop up) so no clue. I know it's a bit early to test, but I'm like...this is crazy. Tonight after BD'ing a small amount of stringy blood came out when I wiped, then nothing more...Everything seems extra tight down there (making it almost difficult) and super sensitive (like more than normal)... am I just going out of my mind, or does this sound like a possible? help.

 

Grandpa Viv - June 11

That's a long luteal phase - 20 days? - the book says 16 max. Your CD24 twinges would then be 8dpo, which figures nicely for implantation, and "clear or creamy" discharge at that time would be further encouragement. If you are going to test early, at least use first morning urine (fmu). Maybe you will get more signs in the next week. Good luck!

 

ashleyd - June 11

I thought the same thing. I guess maybe it could have been fertile mucus, but not ovulation - and maybe then I didnt ovulate til the 3rd or so of June (which would be more along the lines of a correct ovulation). Normally I ovulate later in my cycle...near CD 19, so my luteal phase is about 12-13 days. After my last af though, everything has been a bit off. Thanks so much for responding...got a BFN this morning (of course, still too early if I had a normal ovulation...) so...I'm going to wait another week and test again.

 

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