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Oh.... What is going on with my silly silly body?

I am now on day 39 of this cycle.....  Def not preg. I have done tests and its a neg every time. I've had a day of spotting a couple of days back but that's all. I am tracking my cycles on FF - thought it would be a good idea after the hassle I had with my cycles between having the boys - and thought I had finally settled down but apparently not. It possible that I failed to ov at the expected time (around the 8th - 10th July) and then ov'd late which would put me due on next week, around Mon to Wed. I've decided that if I'm not on my Thu I'll be booking my self in with the doc.

I really hate not knowing what's going on. It means I have to make sure I have pads and things in my bag all the time, just in case. Obviously its put a cramp on our sex life, neither of us relish the idea of me suddenly coming on half way through doing the deed...

Gah! I wish it would just happen, and go away, all as it should, and let me carry on my life without it constantly niggling in the back of my mind!

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