Answered by elisabeta - Jul. 24, 2012 3:26pm
I think the calendar works if you put your information in correct form, if you miss something and put something wrong it will display the wrong info to pinpoint the OV day. Based in what i have read and tell from my doc, to get pregnant a couple should BD 2-3 times a week, all your information in an online calendar is to confirm that you have ovulated and if all this are done you have only 20 % chances to be pregnant. I think we should not loose hopes and pray and it will happen. Stay positive and be patience. Baby dust to all.
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Answered by a member - Jul. 22, 2012 2:59pm
Yes my past pregnancy I used the online calendar and became pregnant. i have used the OPk's for the 1st time and I am really unsure with them if I have ovulated or not so I will be going back to using the calendar instead. hope this helps chick
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Answered by monroezelda - Jul. 22, 2012 1:19pm
I used a app on my phone which said my fertile week was between the 20th and the 30th may and that I shoud ovulated on the 28th may we had sex on the 20th of may and the 28th, based on my scan my midwife said I likely ovulated on the 23rd of may.
anyway apps and just counting in my head have worked everytime for me, I have never used opks
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Answered by lotus11 - Jul. 22, 2012 8:02am
I used an online calender that said I would ovulate on 7/8 but I knew on 7/6 that I was pregnant. Luckily I was trying for a girl so we were having sex earlier because if I had waited I might have missed it.
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