I was diagnosed with PCOS and endomitriosis back in October and was told by my gyno that getting pregnant would be very difficult. I have also been dealing with interstitial cystitis and pelvic floor disorder for the last 6 months, and those haven't left me feeling much like trying. It's only been in the last two months that I've felt healthy enough to try to even give conceiving a chance. When my gyno knew we were going to start trying last month, he told me to come back in Febuary and he'd give me some Clomid... because he knew we wouldn't be able to get pregnant on our own.
I did the OPK thing this month, and got a solid line that I was, in fact ovulating! We DTD that night, and two nights later, and that was it for the month. (Still having some pelvic floor pain issues!) I have 25 day cycles, got overexcited, and started testing WAY too early. After I went through my 3 BFN's, I got some cramping, and figured I was out for the month. Started some dark brown spotting that generally leads to my period, and we resolved to start Clomid the next cycle. Except... the spotting never became a period, and it went away after 24 hours. Then my stepdaughter, who has never before brought up me having a baby, told me I was going to have a baby soon. I told her maybe, but I wasn't growing one at the moment, and asked if she knew something I didn't know. She said yes, LOL.
Two days later, and my period still hadn't come (and despite being told I have PCOS, I have always had extremely regular periods), and I assumed I was pregnant. My husband made me wait until the next day to test when he would be home. I locked myself in the bathroom, and started crying hysterically when the blank test turned into Pregnant. He thought it was negative and I could barely get it out that it was positive.