.first things first, my cylces last an average of 30 days. my last period was may 3rd 2012 and according to my calender/calculator it says my ovulation day is the 18th of may (many websites have given me this date... this is also CD17). but my opks came up positive on saturday night (CD11) till monday morning (CD13). i BD on CD8,9,10 skipped CD11 and then again at 3:30AM on CD12 and again the same day at 11PM. I BD again on CD13 at 9AM and on CD14 at 1AM. Should i keep trying to baby dance the rest of the week or just give up? We are TTC and im just not sure if i should keep trying or to stop because based on my ovulation calender im fertile from CD12-CD18, but my OPK positives have came and left already.... im just confused. a little adive would be greatly appreciated!!!
sorry if i confused any body
also i have mild cramping CD10 and CD11, which usually never happens. im more prone to bloating, which wasnt very present this month, yet. .
I would go by the opks instead of the calender. the calender goes by an estimated date. the opks go by the exact date! plus the opks measure your LH and the calender dont! i've been going off my calender for the past3 month and this is my first month using opks so maybe ill bee if they help any! did you end up getting your BFP?
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