My husband and I are TTC and were intimate every day I was fertile I used opk test aswell so I know I ovulated 36.1 was my temp before ovulation it spiked to 36.7 then lowered to 36.5 the day after and now my temps had stayed at 36.4 does this mean I can't be pregnant if my temps havent rose at all
Hi there wow so ur preg congrats to u and ur
Partner I'm very happy for you here is my TTC story
So now I have missed my period I'm 3 days late now
I'm pretty sure I had implantation bleeding at
10 dpo which lasted to 13 dpo it was tiny red dots
That was only there when I wipped
So I did a pregnancy test neg at 2 days late
My ? Is if I had implantation bleeding at 10 dpo
Lasted 3 days when should I do a test again
Any help or thoughts would be much appreciated
Did u get implantation bleeding when did u get a pos
Preg test? Again congrats that's awesome well done
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