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Trying-to-Conceive Blog

If you’re anything like me, you’re reading everything you can get your hands on when it comes to trying to get pregnant. Thank goodness for the Internet – I don’t know how anyone got pregnant before the advent of personal computing….

We have a place here on TWW for ladies to tell their BFP stories, as well as a spot for submitting their symptoms to determine if they might be pregnant. We have a wonderful TTC community where you can get valuable support and ask questions. But until now, we didn’t have a spot for the detailed monologue of your trying to conceive experience.

Introducing the Two Week Wait Trying-to-Conceive Blog. This is where you can create your very own blog of your TTC experience—every detail, blow by blow. Note that you’ll need to create an account with us first in order to create your blog. It’s free, of course. That’s how we roll here at TWW.  *there is a 24 hour waiting period on new accounts before you'll be able to start posting to your new blog.  In the meantime, have a look around and get to know the site!

Happy blogging!

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Did I ovulate?

Hello Ladies, I would like to know your opinion with my chart and if you think I got it covered :D. We weren't home for the weekend and to be honest I thought I would ovulate the day after I got my +OPK, but my temps didn't rise until today morning. Please, please please. I am trying to have a 2017 baby and I need your support :) this was my last chance. 

I had my +OPK on Thursday March 23rd and the day after, March 24th I tested again with another kit I had and I got a flashy smiley face. Prior my positive OPK I had three days of flashing smileys. I always baby dance late at night before sleeping except from today that we did it early in the morning. 


Thank you so much! This is my 1st post. 

has anyone else ever had spotting/ periods like this?? ..

here goes..... 

i have been spotting for the last 6 days. When I wipe with toilet paper over the last several days it's sometimes very light pink, or brown, but never red. I don't need a pad or tampon as it's only when I wipe. Very little amount.  

My cycles over the last several months have been all over the show haha like this:






currently day 47


My period was apparently "due" 4 days ago (According to my app it averages my period to 41 day cycles.... )

All afternoon and evening on Sunday I had sharp pinching pains come and go  on my left side. 

So im having spottting pretty much more or less where my period roughly should be

I took a test on Monday and it was negative. 

Has anyone else had experience with this?? 

Was it a pregnancy or what?? 

thinking maybe it's a small cyst that burst??? 

any insite greatly appreciated :) 



Good Afternoon Ladies! I am on cd 25 and I expected my monthly period on this Friday the 24th. I just went to the bathroom and when I wiped there was clear and brown mucus. I wiped for a second time and nothing. I know that it is possible to start my period early, I just wanted to know if someone could help me understand what implantation bleeding looked like.

Confused by my cycle

I have always considered myself "regular" with a 28-30 day cycle and a period that lasts 3-5 days.  However, I never kept track of my period until October 2016 when I started using an App.  October, November, and December 2016 were very regular.  

My husband and I started TTC January 2017.  my period has been really odd ever since then. I have been using OPKs.

January was only 26 days with an LH surge on day 13. During the fertile window, we tried on cycle days 10, 12, 13, and 14. I had 2 days of brown spotting on days 25 and 26, and my AF was 3 days.  It was followed by another 3 days of light brown spotting (much lighter than pre-menstrual spotting).  We were disappointed that we didn't conceive, but none of that seemed unusual.

February was 27 days with an LH surge on day 13.  During the fertile window, we tried on cycle days 11, 13, 14.  I had brown discharge/spotting, on days 26 and 27.  The next day was medium flow, which was mixed brown/red, which I counted as day one of my next cycle.  I only had one heavy period day on what I call "day 2" followed by another 2 days of light spotting.  I was alarmed this cycle, because I really only felt like I had 1 legitimate bright red "flow" day.

March was only 25 days again with LH surge on day 13.  During the fertile window, we tried on cycle days 8, 11, 13, 14.  On day 24, by boobs were really sore (which never happens during my period) and I had brown discharge.  I hoped SO badly that it was implantation bleeding.  Day 25 had watery pink spotting.  I put my tampon in day 25 evening, and it was soaked the next morning in a mix of brown and red blood.  

I had cramping the following day (cycle day 1) and heavy flow.  Cycle day 2 was medium.  Cycle day 3, I initially thought was a "spotting" day.  I did not have flow.  My husband and I even were intimate.  2 hours later (after almost a 24 break in flow), I starting menstruating again but it only lasted 4 hours before I started spotting again!! I've never had a 24 break in bleeding was strange.  Seemed like the last little bit of period blood was pushed out.  

Other background info: I'm a vegetarian and might possibly be B12 deficient (I've never checked).  I also really like soy/tofu but have cut back to a couple of times a week (used to eat it every single day for years) since I heard it can mess with hormones because of the plant phytoestrogen.  I have also had stress at work that could potentially be messing with my cycle.  

My body has just been off since we've been TTC but no positive pregnanct test.  I don't quite know what it means.  Maybe it's completely normal and I'm overthinking it.  Diagnosing myself on google is driving me crazy.