(Closed) Early Ovulation?

posted 3 years ago in TTC
Post # 2
5890 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: January 2017

DTD today and tomorrow, and keep testing this week to track your cycle, to see if you get another surge. 

Post # 3
2333 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2017

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smartfornow :  ovulation can occur anywhere from CD 9-21 for a normal 28 day cycle. How do you typically track ovulation ?

Post # 4
868 posts
Busy bee

I am pretty consistantly ovulating on CD 9 or 10 (sometimes 11). 

But yeah – my cycle has had changes in terms of pain, tender breasts, etc. Not sure what has triggered the change, but I’m trying to roll with it. Sometimes bodies are just the worst! 

Post # 5
717 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2016 - Montego Bay, Jamaica

I just came off of a very long anovulatory cycle post-MC and it looks like I O’d on CD 10 this time. I had really long cycles before this so I was surprised! I say it’s def possible. 

Post # 6
16 posts

Sometimes your body gears up to ovulate and then it happens later on that cycle. Have you been tracking temps to confirm when ovulation has happened?

I ovulate at CD11 every cycle, we’re not TTC yet though. As another poster said, anytime from CD9 is normal.

Maybe just a wonky cycle this month! 

Post # 7
2236 posts
Buzzing bee

I ALWAYS ovulate CD 12 or later. Always.

Well, this cycle, it looks like I ovulated CD 9. I wasn’t using OPK’s yet, because I don’t start those until CD 11. But based on my temps and secondary symptoms, I ovulated CD 9. 

I’ve been using OPK’s since CD 11 and still no positive today, CD 16. So yeah, apparently it’s possible to just ovulated really early randomly. 

Question: Did you happen to be working out intensely and then stop right before CD 9? Because that’s what happened with me, and I’m wondering if the cessation of physical stress brought on ovulation??

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