My cycels have gone back to normal since my TR. I have 26 day cycles. I was wondering if anyone else has this and if this is ok for getting pregnant? Last cycle I O'd on cycle day 15. So that made me my luteal phase 11 days. My temps are different this cycle so I can't wait to see what happens. Any one fimiliar?
Hey 30something...I don't really know the answer to that...but I do know that I have been having short cycles. They are usually 26 days but my last one was 21 days and I have a feeling AF is coming again...another 21 day cycle. If so, I'm going to the DR. cuz its kinda scary. Last cycle I o'd on day 7! SEVEN! This time around...I have no idea. I didn't feel it. You have a very short luteal phase. Hmm. I think I'm going to look some of this stuff up on line....
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