Good afternoon to you all on this slightly cloudy Sunday! I hope this finds you all well. I’m really impressed with the reader figures for the blog this month, so thanks so much to everyone who has taken the time to read about my slightly rambly trying to concieve journey! I’m joining you from my sofa with a coffee, Elaine Paige on Radio 2 and the pups! Gotta love a bit of musical theatre.
So, today is four days post ovulation, or 4dpo. The two week wait to test is the longest thing ever, even with a luteal phase (the period between ovulation and your period) of only ten days like mine. On my night shifts over the weekend I found myself celebrating the extra day post ovulation as soon as it hit midnight!
Here’s some nutty symptom spotting for you. Before anyone comments and tells me this, I am well aware that implantation doesn’t usually happen until seven or eight days post ovulation, buuuuuuttt I’m all for keeping track of things that could be symptoms for months in the future. Even if this month isn’t e month, at least I know what is relatively normal for me. Plus… It’s kind of fun!
So here we go! I’ll catch you up on what I previously posted on two days post ovulation, and then we’ll move on to today.