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Could this be it?? Almost 14dpo!

Hello ladies! Ive been lurking on this site for the past few days and been really encouraged and comforted by the stories I've read. Thank you to everyone who has opened up on here, and thank you to the site managers for helping us find each other. I'll try to keep this brief. I expected it to be easy to get pregnant. My parents say they conceived me and my sister each on the 1st try. Other women I know were instant successes too. Not so with me. My DH and have been ttc for almost 2yrs. In Jan my OB/GYN determined I'm likely not O'ing due to consistent low progesterone in my LP. This cycle is my 2nd on Clomid 50g CD5-9 (took a break from Feb to now) and for the 1st time ever I experienced moderate cramping on O day. I use Fairhaven opks; DH and I BD'd every other day until the opk turned really dark, and then back to back days until about 3hrs after the cramping stopped. Now I'm on CD28, my avg regular cycle w/o Clomid is 25days. I'm waiting for 2 more days to test because I have made it to CD29 before and then had AF show up. My symptoms are bloating/gas, very sore breasts (doesn't usually last this long), mild to no cramping, and (obviously) insomnia. So what do you think? Is this it?? I'm trying not to get too excited!

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Most likely you will not notice any symptoms until about the time you have missed a period or a week or two later. If you are not keeping track of your menstrual cycle or if it varies widely from one month to the next, you may not be sure when to expect your next period. However, if you start to experience some of the symptoms below and you have not had a period for a while, you may very well be pregnant. You could take a home pregnancy test to find out for sure. Some women lightly bleed during ovulation, while women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) might experience bleeding because imbalanced hormones interfere with their ovulation. An intrauterine device (IUD) or birth control pills sometimes cause abnormal vaginal bleeding, especially if you have just recently started using them. Spotting can also be caused by conditions unrelated to pregnancy, for example, because of vaginal infection, such as a yeast infection or bacterial vaginitis. Sometimes even stress and excessive exercise can cause vaginal spotting. Structural problems of the pelvic organs, such as uterine prolapse, polyps or fibroids, and even diseases such as hyperthyroidism or diabetes can cause abnormal vaginal bleeding. But you can confirm from your clinic. My Bio tex clinic really helped me in coming out clear about my pregnancy status.

Most likely you will not notice any symptoms until about the time you have missed a period or a week or two later. If you are not keeping track of your menstrual cycle or if it varies widely from one month to the next, you may not be sure when to expect your next period. However, if you start to experience some of the symptoms below and you have not had a period for a while, you may very well be pregnant. You could take a home pregnancy test to find out for sure. Some women lightly bleed during ovulation, while women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) might experience bleeding because imbalanced hormones interfere with their ovulation. An intrauterine device (IUD) or birth control pills sometimes cause abnormal vaginal bleeding, especially if you have just recently started using them. Spotting can also be caused by conditions unrelated to pregnancy, for example, because of vaginal infection, such as a yeast infection or bacterial vaginitis. Sometimes even stress and excessive exercise can cause vaginal spotting. Structural problems of the pelvic organs, such as uterine prolapse, polyps or fibroids, and even diseases such as hyperthyroidism or diabetes can cause abnormal vaginal bleeding. But you can confirm from your clinic. My Bio tex clinic really helped me in coming out clear about my pregnancy status.

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