"You seems a little irregular right now. Stress can do that. You got your period early because you ovulated early that cycle. Nothing strange about it, every woman at some point will have a freakishly early ovulation. If you are stres..."
"It's highly unlikely that you are pregnant. The nausea you felt was a coincidence. It takes no less than 5 days for a fertilized egg to come down a fallopian tube and implant. Most of the time this happens between 8 and 10 days. It's..."
Congratulations! Time for a celebration... not much longer then :) are you going to try for a boy later ? i find out in 21 more days what this baby is i think it is a boy lol because i have had 5 in a row but will be a nice suprise if it is a girl .
Just a quick note to say hi! Aww thanks for sharing your story!! Yup I had two surges this month, I've almost given up trying to figure out which surge my body likes to see through :P amazing how when you weren't even trying or hoping that it happened! It's good to hear that late ovulation is in fact better than no ovulation, thank you =D =D I hope the rest of your pregnancy is just as uneventful for you! X
Just a quick note to say hi! Hiya! Hope you don't mind me adding you ^.^ I saw your journal from a friend on here and had a loom at your tracker, did you conceive this baby really late in your cycle??? I have PCOS and sometimes ovulate stupidly late near CD30, so have been looking for other people who are the same and maybe those who conceive too!hope you are well, congratulations on your girl band! Lol ^.^
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