I just read your 8 days late thread hoping for some entertaining snark, but there was NONE. Which is shocking, given that your OP said things like, "my cervix opened up to receive my husbands little guys", and "the crampy sensations were relieved after ***TMI*** I went #2 in the potty".
If you can't handle the polite, sugar-coated responses you got, you should definitely leave before the rest of the board comes back from vacation and this place gets interesting again.
True story. The OP's first post was one of the 'best received'/least snarkiest posts in the past month.
1) No one was snarky - you were asked to clarify and given legit answers - using a calender only tells you your past cycles, not your current cycle. Without ultrasounds and bloodwork, the only other way to 'know' you ovulated is to temp each morning.
2) Many people who are 'always regular' have an off cycle here and there. While trying to conceive, I once had a 115 day cycle. Then a 58 day cycle. Clocks break - no one has perfect 28-day cycles every.single.cycle.
3) If your stomach pains got better after using the bathroom, they were most likely gas pain and poo pain. And coffee/caffeine is a known laxative, but it doesn't always have those effects.
4) I know you'll probably never return, but if you do, please read the newbie link on the TTGP page. It has some great tips for trying to make a baby. One of those things is to never ask if you 'are pregnant'
That said, I DO agree with you - you never asked IF you were pregnant (although you fished a bit) but if you MIGHT be pregnant. To that, you got the best answer possible - if you had sex during your fertile week, you have the POTENTIAL to be pregnant. We honestly have no other helpful answer - until you get a +, we cannot tell you otherwise.
5) Even with *perfect* timing, you only have a 20-25% chance of getting pregnant.
6) Honestly, you probably just ovulated later. Until your AF arrives, just keep having sex every other day, to try and hit whenever you do ovulate. Take a test once a week until you hit 60 days and then call your doctor.
7) After you get your period, if you do, think about adding in ovulation predictor kits and BBT daily charting. Especially if you have PCOS - even with consistent medication, it can cause fluctuations in your ovulation. Temping and OPKs can help you better pinpoint your O date in the future.
8) This message board can be incredibly supportive. Yes, there is snark here and there, but it is usually reserved for those asking if they're pregnant (which only a hpt or blood test can tell 99% of the time) or for obvious MUD. I recommend reading the newbie link and lurking a bit. After just a week, you'll see why there is snark on the "am I KU posts" because we get 5-10 of them a DAY. After being on the board for over a year, it gets VERY old.
9) Personal tidbit - I've had 4 cycles of fertility meds and close monitoring (where I knew I had ovulated). Two of those I had 'typical pregnancy symptoms', including nausea and sore breasts (plus lightening crotch and constipation). I was NOT pregnant either of those months. The one month I WAS pregnant, I had none of those symptoms (except a week of constipation, which I think was thyroid related). Most PMS and early pregnancy symptoms are similar because they're caused by progesterone, not the actual pregnancy. They're often just more 'intense' while pregnant because your progesterone tends to be higher.