Deep desire

By Anonymous - 16/12/2019 21:00 - Canada - Airdrie

Today, my husband and I have been trying to have a baby for almost a year. I finally have a good chance to get pregnant this month, and I'm ovulating today for the first time in 3 months. My husband has the flu, he's highly contagious for the next 24 hours, and has been asleep since I got home from work. FML
I agree, your life sucks 2 155
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Your window for getting pregnant is generally much longer than just 1 day. Typically 3-4 days beforehand, and even a day after ovulation, you can still get pregnant.

That sucks but that’s life things happen. If you have been trying for a year you both should get check by a dr to make sure there’s no problems. Otherwise just keep trying. If it turns out you can’t conceive a child then adopt.

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Your window for getting pregnant is generally much longer than just 1 day. Typically 3-4 days beforehand, and even a day after ovulation, you can still get pregnant.

Yes and no... If theres other issues, or you have irregular periods, usually the day of is your best bet. (Especially if you've been trying for almost a year.) We went to the fertility clinic after a year of trying on our second child, and again after 2 years of trying for our third. Best chance is always day of ovulation. IUI's they give you a shot, and get an insemination 12 hours later with exact ovulation timing.

To add to chyiochan, if OP knows she has ovulated, then there's only a 24 hour window after ovulation to become pregnant. If she is using BBT it tells you if you have already ovulated, not that you're going to. You then have only a 24(ish) hour window. OPK's also only give a 2 day window of when you might ovulate, and can only confirm if you have definitely ovulated after the fact.

Gimme yo digits babe. I’ll help you out.

I doubt you have the yardage or stamina to keep up with anything more animate than a flesh light...

That sucks but that’s life things happen. If you have been trying for a year you both should get check by a dr to make sure there’s no problems. Otherwise just keep trying. If it turns out you can’t conceive a child then adopt.

After a year is usually when an OB will refer you to a clinic! And more so sooner if there's already a known issue (Low sperm counts or PCOS)

Time for some Technical Sergeant Garp activity.

just wear a mask

Really you only ovulate quarterly.... back to biology to learn the basics