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Go to cycle: 1-5 6-10 11-15 16+
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How much longer will you have to wait? Here, you don´t have to listen to such well-intended 'advice' as `Try not to think about it all the time` and `Don't let it get to you`. Here you are among people with the same hopes and the same disappointments. Many women have already reached the point that they no longer rely on Mother Nature alone. They've already started keeping temperature charts, using OPKs and perhaps even had an exploratory talk with their family doctor or an obstetrician. Hoping that they too will finally conceive and that all the waiting will have been worth it.

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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