anyone else ovulate early and go on to conceive naturally?

posted 1 year ago in TTC
Post # 2
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Busy bee

Supposedly my SIL got pregnant while having sex on her period… so I suppose it’s possible. The long LP is good to allow for implantation.

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Bumble Beekeeper

You should be okay as your cycles still fall within the “normal” range and you have a healthy LP. I ovulated on the early side, usually around day 12, and my cycles were typically 26-27 days. The cycle I got pregnant with a sticky bean, I did ovulate later than usual (CD15), but no clue if that had anything to do with it sticking. 

For what it’s worth, I added a few supplements to my regimen that cycle (it was our 5th trying): COQ10, red raspberry leaf tea, and baby aspirin. I wonder if one of those helped lengthen my cycle a bit? Will never know!

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Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2018

I ovulated on CD10 according to my due date and conceived on cycle 3 with no supplements etc. Currently 22 weeks (tis my first pregnancy) x

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2016 - Montego Bay, Jamaica

I got pregnant last cycle from ovulation on CD 10! But that sadly ended in a CP. I don’t think the CP and the early ovulation were related though..!

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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

I randomly got an positive OPK on CD10 my BFP cycle. Got a blazing positive on CD12. I always ovulated between CD12-14. I’m 17 weeks now and based of my EDD the egg dropped CD12.

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Blushing bee

Yes, we DTD on CD 6 and according to temps and a positive OPK, I ovulated on CD 8. It was my fourth cycle off BC and I wasn’t taking any supplements or meds other than a prenatal. He’s now a happy and healthy 14 month old! Now if I could just figure out ovulation while breastfeeding… 🙃 

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2017

I got pregnant from O on CD10 in June, It ended in a CP but I don’t think that had anything to do with early O. 

Post # 10
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Helper bee

I ovulated on day 11 or 12 and was also worried I wouldn’t be able to get pregnant or have enough time for implantation. I ended up getting pregnant on second cycle. I am 6 months pregnant now. 

Post # 11
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2019

Me. I was 38 and hitting perimenopause. My cycles were totally wacked. I could have a 90+day cycle or a 23 day cycle. 

I o’d on cd 10. Got my bfp cd 20. With checking everything for me the big indication was the egg white mucous that happened cd 9. We went for it cd 9 and 10. Had my +opk evening of cd 9. 

My little guy is 2 now.

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Bumble Beekeeper

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highstrungmomtobe :  My doctor did not recommend the baby aspirin. I’d had a miscarriage and two CPs, and from my own research had read that baby aspirin can help prevent clotting, which can cause early miscarriage, so I decided to try it on my own. I stopped taking it once I got pregnant though as advised by my doctor.

Honestly my best guess is that either the RRL tea or the COQ10 might have been what caused me to ovulate later that cycle – I doubt it was the baby aspirin. Or ti could have been totally random. But since I came off the pill, I’d had 7 cycles in a row ovulating on CD12 or 13, including the one right after my 7-week miscarriage…so it just seems a little suspicious that I randomy ovulated on CD15 the one cycle I added in those supplements. But again, who knows! And as pp have said, it’s entirely possible to conceive a healthy embryo even ovulating early.

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