My DH and I have been trying to concieve (conceive) for 11 months now. I have just completed my 2nd round of Clomid and ovulated successfully 5 days after taking the last pill (LH surge detected for 3 days). My CM is usually really dry (especially now since taking Clomid). I was due to start my period on 12th November and am now 2 days late (usual 24 day cycle). I have taken 2 HPT's (both negative).
This morning I had a lot of watery, clear/white mucus, has anyone had this type of mucus either before AF was due OR as part of early pregnancy signs?
I have one pregnancy test left and us girls know how expensive they can be. I'm now 2 days late (but I am on my 2nd round of Clomid so who knows what my cycle really should be, last month I was 24 days now I'm 26 days) anyhew, I read on the 'Pea On A Stick' website that sometimes an OPK can detect whether you are pregnant. I definately ovulated earlier in the month and now I have a positive OPK (2nd line is pretty much just as dark). I've googled ovulated twice in one month and I know this can be possible but the suspense is killing me.
With the OPK that second line has to be as dark, or darker. Almost as dark is not a positive. I know you must be going nuts here, I do the same thing when I am waiting. I am on round 3 of clomid, and it hasn't delayed my cycle, just brought it back to where it was (28 days). If it were me, I would be at the Dr., cause waiting is the worst!!!
I got DH to have a look at the 2nd line when he came home, there was a bit of a clear water streak in the middle but he was adamant that the 2nd line WAS as dark :o) It's really weird because it got darker over time? I did a 2nd OPK this morning and the same thing has happend. I'm going to wait until Sunday then take a HPT and take things from there.
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