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#1 of 4 Old 04-02-2003, 01:20 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Is it too early for me to already o?

I only ask cause it feels like af is on her way again.....she came last thursday through saturday ( a week late) Yesterday I had some crampy feelings and brown spotting. My boobs are ready to fall off and I'm just feeling yucky! Not to mention the still annoying nausea.

I was supposed to stat temping this cycle...but I lost my bbt....I have NO idea where it is. I almost wonder if ds walked off with it. I found my keyd in his toy box yesterday. So, I've just been charting cm and cp and stuff. If you just go by that I'm already fertile again....but I'm not banking on it....

So, is it possible to O just days after af??

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I think it is possible to O anytime during the cycle, but more than likely, it happens 10-14 days before AF arrives. I had EWCM the last day of AF as well as the two days following AF and thought that was odd. I was wondering if what I thought was EWCM wasn't just part of the shedding process instead of EWCM. I am temping and there was no apparent thermal shift. I think that it is not unusual to have EWCM at different points throughout the cycle. However, I know you only ovulate once. Anyone care to shed some light?
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You can O as early as the last few days of AF. That's why if you are ususing fertility signs to avoid pregnancy it is only safe to have unprotected sex the first 3-5 days of AF. Because it is also hard to tell if you have EWCM during AF.
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Megan I know you're going to think I'm trying to annoy you (I swear I'm not)-but I swear it sounds like you're pregnant! It's sooo classic BUT I know you said you were not going to test again until AF was late again.
You could have messed up cycle but unless you've had some major life stress (other than all those tests you took LOL) or medical issue I'd say you''re cycle is probably OK.

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