Last cycle was my first post-m/c AF cycle. I had a +opk on cd8 (only 1 positive) and ovulated on cd12. That cycle I was taking prednisone from cd8 until AF - which likely caused my short LP (always have a 14 day LP). Additionally, I had very little EWCM that cycle - not like normal. And I did not have any ovulation pain that cycle (prob due to prednisone I think).
This cycle (my second post-m/c AF cycle), I also had a +opk on cd8 and am probably going to ovulate today on cd 12. I've been weaned off prednisone since cd2 and am not taking it again. I have abundant EWCM this cycle and feel very back to normal juicy/wet/can feel my soft cervix. Also, I had ovulation pain (which doesn't really have to happen at ovulation for me - maybe it is more follicular pain) on cd8,9, and 10.
I used CBE digital opk's. I called CBE re my 4 days after +opk ovulation. They have no idea.
In January (when I conceived my April loss baby), I may have ovulated 3 days after +opk. It is kind of hard to tell my ovulation day on that chart. That was my first post-m/c AF cycle after a Dec loss.
Previously, I've not had the opk to ovulation delay.
But, I do historically always ovulate cd12/13 if there is not something going on to cause it to be otherwise. So, my ovulation date is not changing - but my opk date is. If I never did opk's, I would not have any concerns really...
Just wondering if anyone has thoughts about what is going on with me?
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