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Go to cycle: 1-5 6-10 11-15 16+
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The first five cycles were exciting but now that it's taking a while, it's starting to get to you. When is going to be your turn? Patience may well be a virtue but sometimes it seems as if everyone around you is suddenly pregnant.

Perhaps you're contemplating using an OPK or recording your temperature. Maybe you've already started using one of these methods or both even. You might have started using a schedule to determine when best to have intercourse, or making a point of checking the factors that may reduce your chances of conceiving. And maybe you conceive spontaneously after all.

Share your experiences here, your joy if you´re lucky enough to conceive and your disappointment if you´re unlucky again.

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Your `AF`, aka your aunt flo is the day where your menstruation will, or should start. When you are trying to get pregnant this is the day where you don't want to see your menstruation. If you don't menstruate on your AF, you may be pregnant.

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Name AF Cyclus Round To go Status

When am I ovulating?

Length of your cycle days
Length of your menstruation days
Length of your luteal phase* days
First day of your cycle*

*First day of cycle = First day of flow
*Luteal phase = days between ovulation until next period. Usually 14 days

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