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Did I miss ovulation or did we BD on the right day

Posted by: Mayme87 on Mon Mar 7, 2011

Ok, I have really irregular periods. Mymonthlycycles have said that I have a 34 day cycle. I never know when I ovulate. So I never really know when to BD. The first day of my last cycle was 1 feb 2011 and they predicted I would ovulate around the 21st feb. But my husband works away and we couldn't BD on those dates or around them. He returned home for the weekend on friday the 25th and we BD'd that night and again on Sunday the 27th. My period is due today, March 7th and I have not got it. I was just wondering if I could be preggers even though my calender says I ovulated the weekend before? I am really confused. I have been peeing alot recently and mild cramping, but other than that I have no other symptoms. I never get sore boobs with AF. We have been trying for over 2 years, to no avail. I am worried that there is something wrong with me. I am only 24 and my husband is 28. Does anyone have any help or advice for me? I really really really hope that this is our time to welcome a little life. Can someone please answer my question? Thank you all for your help. And of course, BABY DUST to all :) x

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