I have been using the ovulation sticks for the past 14 days and today I believe I have actully gotten a postive LH surge on my test on day 25. Is this possible. Last night every once in a while my boobs would kinda hurt and I have been in one kinda of mood the past couple of days. Does this haapen when you are ovulating?
You could very well ovulate then, just depends on your cycle length.
From the start of aunt flow, everyone's days varies until ov. Its after OV that everyone is between 12-14days. That part doesn't vary too much.
I found an excellent book that provided me with tons of answers. "Taking Charge of Your Fertility, 10th Anniversary Edition: The Definitive Guide to Natural Birth Control, Pregnancy Achievement, and Reproductive Health" by Toni Weschler. You can find it on Amazon.com.
I felt that this book is completely worth taking the time to read and absorb. However, I just wanted to mention that you might want to take her negative opinion of doctors in general with a grain of salt. Why I think her book provides invaluable knowledge for women, she can be a very tough on the medical field. Sometimes, you need the person in the white coat, at least that is what I think.
Did you find out it you were pregnant? I usually have 50 day cycles and I just ovulated at least thats what the Pee stick said. I am at day 25. My doctor told me that I could not ovulate at all if I am having 50 day cycles. Let m know what you found out. I have an appointment with my Fertility endocrinologist soon to discuss clomid to get me regular and talk about my crazy thyroid and my meds for that. Any help would be great to have then.
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