my fiance and I are trying to conceive. I quit my birth control in December. I had a my period February 10th and March 6. we have had sex like every other day. and I'm taking ovulation tests everyday. so far I have not ovulated according to the test. Im on cd17. I'm wondering will I ovulate late? I already have 2 kids and he has 1 of his own. now we want 1 together. but it just seems like it's not working........ how late can you ovulate? or do I just need to wait for my next period And then start testing again.. I'm lost and I need some help.
I was TTC And I brought ovulation tests and what not but to be honest the best thing you can do is relax, and enjoy the sex you have with your partner. As soon as I threw out my ovulation tests, "Sperm assisting gel" and ovulation calender that was the cycle I became pregnant in. And now I'm 15 weeks. Chin up it will happen.
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