First how do I know when to test for pregnancy? My periods are anywhere from 21-31 days more like 28 or 29 than the 31 though I had like maybe 2 or 3 that were at 31 days anyway. We are trying to have another baby, but not sure when to test? Last month my period was at 22 days and this month I had it the 8th it was 25 days. I already took 2 tests because I am having symptoms of pregnancy, but it says I am not pregnant. Although the 3rd of October will be 25 days. Also if I am using a digital test (I have one more of those test) how soon can I take it? It doesn't say anywhere on the box.
Answer by 2autisticsmom at 2:00 PM on Sep. 28, 2010
You need to chart. Get a basal body temp thermometer (Walmart/Target for @ $9). Take your temp before you get up of a morning (before moving around, talking, anything) and track it. Check your cervix position 1 time a day at the same time each day. Check your mucous. (a good book to help is Taking Charge of your Fertility by Toni Weschler you can get it on Amazon). The BBT (temp) will tell you if you are ovulating and when, the cervical position and mucous will tell you if you are fertile. Sperm needs fertile mucous to live in long enough to make it to the egg. You can be fertile but not ovulate. Just as you can ovulate without being fertile. Each issue needs a different treatment. Your hormones change with each child that you have. So, you may not have any issues before your 1st but your body changes after. Here is a good site that will help. http://www.tcoyf.com/
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