I have 28 day cycle and I can predict my ovulation day fairly easy. I took a OPK on Monday and got a faint positive so I took one this morning and got a definite positive. My fertile period according to the ovulation calculator begin the 12th of this month and will end 17th of this month. We have been BDing everyday of my fertile period and will continue to do so. This is my first month actually using an OPK, so I'm excited. I hope I do get my BFP. Has anyone recently started or about to start the 2ww!!!
SSBD 2 All!!
I also would like to know if there is anything that I should do after BDing. For example, I heard holding your legs up helps the sperm travel. (Is this true?). Any suggestions will be greatly recommended?
Here are my ovulation symptoms:
sore breast (but not severe, very mild) beginning 2 days before ovulation
mild cramping day of ovulation (i'm ovulating yay)
I read your post and I could not help but reply. I am not in my two week wait but I do remember exactly where you are. I got pregnant the first month I used ovulation predictors. I Started to feel ovulation cramps which I always do and bed that night. We got it on the first try that we used the strips. I always put a pillow under my bum after we had sex to ensure I didn't lose any of his "goods". I also swear by drinking red wine and eating McDonald's or anything greasy right before you ovulate. It worked for about 5 women I work with as well as me. Good luck to you.
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