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If you didn't feel any cervical fluid during that time, I highly doubt you'd get pregnant. I have a friend who conceived her daughter because the sperm lived 9 days, so I decided that the only really "safe" times are at least 3 days after ovulation. Looking back I can't believe how hard I had to try to conceive my son. I hope you and your sweetie can find some time to talk about it. The biggest thing is I can feel ok about it one moment but then very not ok the next day. I adore my two kids and I just did not want a third. That's not even counting the loathing I have for pregnancy. I don't like the idea of any more unhappiness when there was so much to get to this point ( eg. my friend spontaneously ovulated with her pg for her son! How easily I can imagine that they will be thoughtful of their mother (they already are, in as far as they be) and call & inquire if there is anything I need if they suspect it could be so, and how it will feel when they drop by 'just because' and I'll make tea and they'll tell me about their lives that week.I have 28 day cycles and consider CD6 to be a pretty reliable infertile time. isn't it weird how we dtd 3 times on the day i ovulated and never got pg (that was years ago), yet i could pg from something like this?! Now I'm re-thinking even that with the poster who said they conceived late in their cycle. We can produce fertile mucus and ovulate outside of our normal pattern in response to the presence of sperm, or sweetie's pheromones. To know I have at least a full year if not more of unhappiness ahead is daunting. she always ovulated the SAME time every single cycle. And then I remind myself that I get to enjoy that reality/situation for around several which will be later on sprinkled with grandchildren.The ODA monitors enquiry and complaint levels and the issues complained about.It can intervene if it sees worrying trends or serious matters of concern. A link to our customer service arrangements is provided here. DTD on CD7, with NO fertile signs, ovulated on day 14. just remember how fast it went last time with your other kids! Well, during the ultrasound, the doctor was like, "you say your last period was X? So then I immediately went from being in week 6 or whatever, to week 7, just like that! I'm in it as well although it's for dramatically different reasons, nothing to do with the fact that I'm pregnant. In my mind, I knew we had ONLY had unprotected sex around day 6....I when I found out I was pregnant, I assumed I had conceived the month before and just had some early pregnancy bleeding that I mistook for a period. This baby is measuring 7 days big." So in my case, it wasn't even the sperm surviving that long, it was that I really did ovulate on day 6 or 7, and that is why the baby was so developed for my dates. Pandme, I know that hopeless, angry/bitter place you are in.

Downloadfor i OSDownloadfor Android Download for Windows Phone Privacy: The information you provide will be used by International Limited and/or Dating Limited, Meetic’s group companies (by which we mean Meetic, any parent company of Meetic, and any subsidiaries of Meetic or its parent company), and their service providers located within and outside of the European Union (described herein as, the “Meetic Group”) in order to provide you with access to the Meetic Services.Luckily we do want a second but aim to stop there so I told DH he has a choice: no glove no love or the big V... I admire the mamas who are so in tune with their fertility but after this baby I'm way too paranoid to try charting. Male sperm swim faster but only live about 48 hours. When I had my pregnancy hormone tested by blood, early in the pregnancy, it was REALLY high, considering when my last period had been, so my doctor ordered a very early ultrasound in case it was a molar pregnancy (some kind of tumor that causes hormones to release). but according to Taking Charge of Your Fertility, female sperm swim slower but can live up to 5 days. I felt a little cramping around day 14 & just KNEW I was not only conceiving a child at that very moment, but also knew it was a girl. ;-) With this pregnancy, I ovulated on either CD 6 or 7 (and I never chart, etc, but I have conceived before around day 14).

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