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Periods / Re: Missed period
« on: October 30, 2018, 10:44:02 AM »
the Average cycle is 28 days, some go less some go more, but 26 days in between a period is nothing to worry about especially as you’ve said your irregular.

Periods / Re: Fertile Window
« on: October 26, 2018, 05:28:43 PM »
If you have unprotected sex yes! It’s why it’s called your fertile’s the most likely time you would conceive

Periods / Re: Fertility Window
« on: October 21, 2018, 05:07:25 AM »
So that means fertile window only happens 14 days before the mestration and if the intercourse happened days after the mestration then that means it is not best time to gwt pregnant? Quite confused.

If you have a 28 day cycle you’d ovulate on day 14....that egg will stay alive for 12-24 hours. So best time to be having sex to give you every possible chance is between day 9-15. When counting your cycle you count from the first day of bleeding, if your period was to last 7 days having sex just 2 days after it finishes put you in that fertile window! Not everyone has a 28 day cycle or bleeds for 7 days (this is just an example), So you need to know how long your cycle is, to work out when you ovulate. Even having sex spot on doesn’t necessarily mean you will fall pregnant, there are lots of factors and processes your body does to produce a baby, but this time is the best time for trying. But as I said if you just have regular sex throughout the month (every 2 days) without the added pressure of trying to pinpoint ovulation, then you are covering a your bases.

Periods / Re: Fertility Window
« on: October 19, 2018, 02:23:26 AM »
Sperm can stay alive inside if you for approx 5 days, the egg once released lives for 12-24 hours. So your most fertile 5 days leading up to & 1 day after ovulation. Ovulation occurs 14 days before your period starts. If trying for a baby it’s best to have sex every 2-3 days that way it covers all your basis and gives the best chance of falling

Periods / Re: Bleeding twice in one cycle!
« on: October 06, 2018, 06:00:19 AM »
You’ve confused your body, you took your pill correctly at first then when you started the new pack, you’ve stopped.....started.....took it late etc your body doesn’t know what’s happening. The second bleed you’ve had is a withdrawal bleed from either stopping the pill or incorrectly taking it. While in the pill you don’t actually have proper periods just withdrawal bleeds you had that on day18. So now you need to wait for your next few periods before you can even start to try & work out your cycle, and even then it can take up to a year to regulate. You can still get pregnant in that time. So it’s a waiting game, it could come now, you may miss this month it’s relly impossible to tell.

Pregnancy / Re: Who is baby daddy
« on: September 28, 2018, 07:35:26 AM »
There is only one way to be certain & that’s a dna test.....nobody can tell you for certain without one

Pregnancy / Re: Baby daddy
« on: September 10, 2018, 01:53:07 AM »
If you were 6 weeks at the end of January then in all likelihood it is your partner who is the father. You would of been further along at that point if it was the one night stand. For future reference though, not cumming inside you will not prevent pregnancy or the risk sti’s.

Pregnancy / Re: Pregnancy&the implant
« on: September 06, 2018, 03:47:01 PM »
there is still a small amount of the hormones being released, but this makes you at more risk of having an ectopic pregnancy if you fall pregnant while it is still in situ as it is not now giving you full protection, You need to be using another form
of contraception & make that appointment to get it removed & replaced asap

Pregnancy / Re: Should I keep the baby?
« on: August 18, 2018, 03:05:49 AM »
Don’t think you should be thinking about it just yet! You don’t even know if you’ve got pregnant from having unprotected sex. Though your best chances of falling pregnant are around ovulation you won’t necessarily fall pregnant from it! Wait & see if you miss a period, then take a test & then decide if you are ready for another baby!

« on: August 11, 2018, 12:24:34 AM »
Angela is right, if you started the pill on the first day of your period you’d of been covered after a week. You’ve also taken plan B which can mess your periods up for weeks & have started a pill that can also do the same. The tests have come back negative because they are right, your not pregnant. Honestly don’t worry about pregnancy anymore & just go with your body & for future reference implantation bleeding isn’t heavy, normally just spots in underwear or tissue when wiping.

Pregnancy / Re: Chances of pregnancy
« on: August 03, 2018, 05:18:48 AM »
You’ve admitted yourself that you’ve had unprotected sex. Yes you could be pregnant.

Health / Re: Discharge
« on: July 20, 2018, 03:58:27 AM »
it never really goes away, can get less at menopause, but other than that if you’ve always had it, it’s just what’s normal for you. Unfortunately some women get a lot more than others. I personally get loads, all the time, ive had every test under the sun & it’s just normal for me....annoying but normal

Health / Re: Ovulation
« on: July 17, 2018, 04:32:52 PM »
If you are using this app to track when you are fertile...I’d stop now, it’s massively fertile period on here is for 2.5 weeks....when In reality I’m fertile for 5 days leading up to & approx 1 day after ovulation.
If you have regular periods then you ovulate around 14 days before the start of your period, you can look back at previous periods to work out roughly when that is. Having regular sex I’d the key tho, every other day will cover you!

Periods / Re: No withdrawal bleed?
« on: July 05, 2018, 01:43:30 AM »
Normally it’s between the middle and end of the pill free week that you get your bleed. (Mine use to be day 4 of my pill free week)

Pregnancy / Re: TTC first child
« on: June 21, 2018, 10:05:19 AM »
With still 10 days to go till your expected period, you’d not even be pregnant yet, so definitely not a sign of pregnancy. Once you’ve ovulated, & if the sperm has met with the egg there is still a process that it has to go through before it possibly implants in your womb. Only once implanted are you pregnant. This can be as little as 6 days after ovulation however is often longer. The likelihood is those symptoms are that ovulation has happened.
You can get pregnant the first time of trying, though it is completely normal for a couple to take up to a year, & if contraception has been stopped recently it can be longer till your body is in the right pattern again, but if you are having unprotected sex then every month there is a chance.
Good luck with you ttc journey

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