Could I be pregnant......???????

Jennifer - posted on 08/03/2012 ( 2 moms have responded )




Hello, I have recently taken Clomid, to help me ovulate. After a year and two months of trying to conceive. I get so confuse on taking the ovulation test. I think I got my first positive test, on July 31st. Aug 1st (Yesterday) I know I got a positive! Today I got a negative. I know when you get a positive, it means you'll be ovulating in the next 12 - 36 hours. I am a little worried that my hubby and I didn't do the "baby makin" close enough to my ovulation. Which the last time we did, was 2 days before I got my first positive.. Any thoughts?!?! Thanks so much. Jennifer.

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Britney - posted on 07/25/2014




Hi, Jennifer. It's for your information , Ovulation most often occurs halfway through your menstrual cycle, the average cycle lasts 28 days, counting from the first day of one period (day one) to the first day of the next period. But as with everything pregnancy-related, there's a wide range of normal here (anywhere from 23 to 35 days), and your own cycle may vary slightly from month to month. If you need more detailed information from the experts, you can read more about it on this link:

Danielle - posted on 08/16/2012




I would reccomend being intimate every two-three days after you finish menstrating till you're close to your next menstration..
I conceived on Fermara after two years of trying, and multiple miscarriages. Depending on the ovulation test it can be affected by the medication.. Maybe check the fine printing the instruction to see if the fertility medication can affect the results of your dates.

If you menstruate fairly regular you can also google online ovulation predictors, which mayhelp pinpoint when you should take the test..

If you do not care of the sex then I would advise having sex before your expected ovulation and the day you ovulate. If you want a female you are suppose to have sex before ovulation, but not in the actual ovulation day, and for a male you should have sex the day of your ovulation.

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