So we have established that sweetie and I did not conceive last cycle.... Today is CD 3. Here's the thing. AF is done and gone. Just. Like. That. I'm thinking it must be because my thyroid meds are finally right... What do you think? Will a short period hurt ovulation in any way???
Isn't it always something!
pink petals your way!!!! I would love a girl since I have two boys. Sweetheart would love a boys since he has two girls. Go figure! lol. I just want a baby! Maybe twins, a boy and a girl to please us both?? lol...
So maybe I will ovulate earlier than expected huh???
Based on what I just read, ovulation always occurs 14 days before you start your period, but not necessarily 14 days after you start your period, I went back and looked at the last six months.....
And I see that perhaps my cycles are regulating. Past two months I would have ovulated on day 16 or 17. I'm ready...lol
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