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    Silly question

    Ok, when I read everyone's posts they refer to #dpo or #dpiui. When you figure the number do you count the day of the IUI or do you start counting the day after the IUI? So if I had IUI and Feb. 2, would today be 5dpo or 4 dpo?


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    Actually it would be 4 dpiui. Unless you know that you ovulated the same day as your iui. That would make it 4dpo and 4dpiui. You start counting the day after ovulation or the day after iui depending on which you are referring to.

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    LOL I can't believe this I was just thinking this same question today. so I am sure I O"d and had my IUI done Jan 29 so I am 8 dpiui? right? mindy


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