32-day cycle, is it possible to ovulate on day 28???
Last 14th October through the 18th, we had our thesis in the laboratory. Im a chemistry student. Ofcourse we dealt with chemicals and all. The whole week was very tiring since we work in the lab the whole day everyday, then go home feeling crazy tired. My body felt stressed since it was the first time we worked to that extent. My first day of my LMP was on September 18th. I almost always have a week of menses, then my calendar showed that my fertile window was on sept 30-oct 5. I had s*x on October 15, but my bf pulled out immediately, he was sure he didn't ejac inside me. Then on october 21, we did it again...but he somehow "spilled" a little inside me. But then, i thought it was safe since my fertile window was very far from the days we had s*x. My expected period was supposed to be on oct20, but until now, i havent got my period (oct.29). Wats happening? No early pregnancy signs for me..
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