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332156 tn?1266843139

Sooo surprised!!

I just found out 2 weeks ago that I am expecting #4!  A little overwhelmed and verryyy surprised.  My husband and I's sex life isn't that much fun.  haha It happens maybe twice a month.  Back in January it was only ONE time!  My last period was Dec. 31 (one day early) and we had sex the day after I had stopped.  Which was Jan. 6th.  Ovulation would have happened until around the 11th-13th.  Well turns out...We have a surprise goin on.  That was the ONLY time in January that we had sex.  Would it have been possible for me to  "ovulate twice"?  They say that you technically can't OV twice but rather release two eggs.  WHAT IN THE WORLDDD!!??  So my mind is not only wondering how? It's wondering and worrying (not that I would mind, I'd be elated) Twins?  Any one have an ideas? And if this isn't clear and you need more info, just ask. I am sooooo full of baby brains already.  Blah. haha
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Avatar universal
Im wondering where you got those ovulation dates, because my app on my phone says ovulation wouldn't happen till the 18th, and I also started my period the 31st of December. (13-17 High fertility days) .The Calculators online say much later, not until the 23 or 24th, which is quite ridiculous. I had sex several times in January and may or may not be pregnant. Did you use a store pee test to determine you were pregnant?

Congratulations ^_^
332156 tn?1266843139
Sorry High fertility days between those days according to my cycle. Actual OV date around then.  Yes I took a store pee test.
Avatar universal
Hmmm, fudge, I think the pee test hate me lol.
332156 tn?1266843139
Aww. Dont get down.  I ended up having a blood test done to see how far along I am. I just dont get how the heck one day after my period I get pregnant.  
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