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Temping has been a huge blessing to me, with trying to figure out when/whether I'm O'ing.
Personally, if AF didn't show soon, I'd see a doc. They can give you some progesterone to end the cycle and advise you on what to do next (if anything). With any luck though, you are ovulating now and AF won't show for about 9 months!
Thanks to Vicki for the lovely siggie!
TTC#1 with 2 Angels in Heaven My Chart
I agree with the other ladies on temping, it helped confirm I wasn't ovulating.
I would wait a few days take another test then call the dr. Hopefully they won't let your cycle go on forever. Do they know you are trying?
No. They don't.
I thought last week for sure I was going to start my period. It felt like my uterus was just mildly achy for a week straight. I had mild cramps, too, but that always turned out to be gas and/or crap cramps! That disappeared yesterday, though.
One thing I'm curious about is that generally I'm always so very, very tired. However, this past two weeks or so, that exhaustion is going away. I'm finding myself with more energy, and less thinking about how desperately I just want to nap.
Provided I didn't O, my progesterone should be really low, right? I"m wondering if that has something to do with the fact that I'm perpetually exhausted and suddenly not anymore.