I agree with you Courtney about using the home ovulation kits, I have been using them for quite awhile also, but like you Rhonshia, I don't get an ovulation discharge or pain & wondered until I used the ovulation strips daily if I was even ovulating. Courtney: have you used the home fertility test?? My doctor suggested it because I have been TTC for 10mths with no luck, so I was wondering if those home tests are reliable?
im thinking of starting to try the ovulation kits, i have no idea if i ovulate or not, have you found them of any benifit? ive got a full months worth and will start to use them next week before returning to the gyny to gve her t heads up.
I will try that, so hopefully I'm ovulating. The thing is that I need that eggwhite ( wetness ) for the sperm to live... sometimes when its time to have sex I don't get turned on or wet because my mind is racing, wondering if this will be the time or will I be disapointed once again.
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