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Thanks for your response Coach Virginia,
I find it amazing that all of these years I have researched little on the reproductive system. I had a beautiful child at age 22, who is now 14. What a blessing! It was and has been the best thing that has happened to me in my life. I have done more research now on the topic of pregnancy. However, the most important thing I’ve learned is getting to know your own body and how it functions. I have not been in the position to become pregnant, but with my age I get excited about the possibility. Information is somewhat conflicting, but I am glad to have someone answer my question because I think I just wanted to hear that answer. I understand the days of the cycle (and learning my own), the fertile window, and the physiologic process better now. I learned a lot about cervical mucus and understand from examining it. It is definitely approaching or I have approached the ovulation stage. I decided to buy a pregnancy test that included the ovulation tests, but those are hard to read. I think the line was pretty much the same color, but the control line was thicker. I had intercourse two times 2-3 days ago. I wasn’t good about my record keeping and that is why I am here now. Any information regarding reading those ovulation tests? I think I am in the waiting process now. If I did ovulate today, let’s say tomorrow, when can I take an ept? Do you really think again that it is a high possibility? Thanks.

May 18, 2009 - 9:37pm


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