i'm feeling ovulation pains is it too late to concieve(conceive)????
DH and I BD last night and this morning when I woke I started to feel ovulation pains. After 5 tonight, if we BD again would I still be able to concieve (conceive) or is it too late? I'm starting to get anxious now after loosing my baby at 16 weeks in April. This is my first month of trying after the loss and I'm starting to get anxious.
Yes I'm doing OPK's, which I got a positive on yesterday and monitoring my CM. I'm positve I have ovulation pain as I get it every month. I was just concerned it was too late to try again tonight when I got home from work.
Hope you still tried tonight! I got pregnant on try number 1 in December on the night I felt my ovulation pains! OPK's never showed a positive for me that whole cycle but I figured what the heck (just based on the pains and a predictor on webmd) and sure enough! :) Good luck!!
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