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Posted 11 December 2012 - 11:21 PM
Has anyone ever had O go missing when you have normally been pretty normal in that regard? My partner normally O's on day 11 and it is now day 17 with no sign of o. We have been using a clear blue fertility monitor and internet ovulation sticks but both are giving negatives . We have a 16 month old so we know she can get pregnant but this month is all out of whack. She was really sick around the time she was meant to O So maybe that has done something. Please help. We want another baby so bad
Posted 12 December 2012 - 03:16 PM
It can be normal to have a cycle or 2 a year where you don't ovulate. Also sickness can put it off also if she was about to ovulate - so you may find she ovulates later this cycle or she may not at all.
Don't be to worried unless it happens again next cycle then you should see someone. Also charting is good as some women may miss their LH surge with OPKs as for some women they only get a peak for an hour or 2, that's why some will test twice a day when they know they are close. Charting will then confirm if she doesn't or does ovulate (as a positive OPK doesn't mean she will ovulate, just she might) and if she missed her surge at all.
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