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Q: Cycle, ovulating and period question?

DH and I have been ttc for a few months. I have been charting my ovulation with an app on my phone and my periods are so regular you could set a clock to them. Last period was March 27-30 and the app said I was due to ovulate on the 10th of April. DH and I all had the stomach flu around the week that the app said I was fertile so we only DTD on April 6th (also on the 13th and 17th). I was due to have my period start April 24th and there is no sign of AF. I have taken several pregnancy tests and all have been negative. April 25th I had the eggwhite discharge like during ovulation, and I had it all day. Ive also had strong lower stomach cramps.

Could having the stomach flu thrown off my cycle that much, where I would be ovulating when I should have been on my period (was only deathly sick for 3-4 days)? Or is it possible that I'm pregnant and just not far enough along to get a positive? I never miss my periods ever and they have been regular like clock work forever.

This question was asked Apr. 27, 2012 12:50am
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Answered by a member - Apr. 27, 2012 7:27am
I agree with smc8869, you may have ovulated later than the phone app. Because we ovulate on different days each month. I would suggest the use of OPK's as they give a better picture of when u ovulate along with bbt monitoring. Hope this helps and goodluck!

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Answered by smc8869 - Apr. 27, 2012 1:25am
Sometimes sickness and meds can throw off your ovulation. IF you ovulated later than usual your cycles will be longer. The only way to definatly tell if you ovulated or not is to chart you BBT every month. Those apps on your phone are just a good guess going by your normal amount of days per cycle.

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