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I'm on cd31 and don't even know if I O'd. I have been using my saliva scope along with some OPK's. Back on July 5th and 6th, I got ferning on my saliva scope. The 6th was full ferning, but I never got a + OPK. By the way I felt, I could have sworn I ovulated on the 6th. I hope that I did ovulate and just missed my surge with the OPK's. The 6th was 9 days ago, so I guess I'm 9dppo (9 days post possible ovulation ). If I don't see any signs of AF, I will be testing in the next few days (I always test early because I am a testing addict LOL!) I hope to get a nice suprise!
When did your AF come back? Bryson is almost 9 months old and I still don't have it back. He is sleeping through the night for the most part (usually waking up somewhere between 4:00 and 6:00) so I'm hoping AF comes soon. Sorry for ranting in your thread, lol. I just can't stop wondering about it.
I just had my first pp AF last month. It started the day after Tyson turned 9 1/2 months old. He has also been pretty much sleeping through the night since about 4 months. He used to sleep till 8am, but for the past few months has been wanting to nurse around 5am. Once he started eating 3 meals of table food a day, he cut out 2 nursing sessions during the day. Just about 2 weeks after cutting out the 2 sessions is when AF came back.
I know it can take awhile for things to get back to normal, but I was just hoping that things would just start back up regularly right away for me. Hopefully it won't be too much longer for you!
I have been wondering when Bryson's nursing would slow down. So far he is still nursing the same number of times each day but maybe not as long. It feels the same as before though. I don't want to wean him but I also was thinking he would be slowing down by now, at least a little. Maybe he needs more food than I am giving him.
Sorry your AF is here but it seems like a good sign that things are getting back to normal for you. I hope you catch it next month.