You don't count at all.. if you are trying to get pregnant is not to count the days to when you think you are supposed to be ovulating. You should track ovulation within your cycle. The medical standard is a day 14 ovulation but that does not take anything into account.
Your cycle is kind of short normally.. which may increase the time it will take for you to get pregnant. A 29 day cycle though is right on target.
Have you changed anything in your diet, exercise or general enviroment over the last couple of cycles?
Where you on birth control before you started trying? If so, how long have you been off of it?
thankyou for your reply. Yes I changed my diet for the better and also had some stress so realise it could be due to that. Can you suggest the 'best" method to track ovulation then?? I read so much but am after the easiest and most effective method.
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