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Have a question about short cycles

Hello,
This is my first time posting here, I have 2 children already, trying to concieve (conceive) 3rd child, but first w/my husband (my 2 are from previous marriage), found out hubby has a low sperm count & I don't always ovulate on my own.  

Here's how my last few cycles have been going one was : 54+ days, next was 26 days, next 18 days, and if I'm starting again today it will just be a 16 day cycle.  Anyone know what might be going on?  

This year most of my cycles have been around 32 to 36 days, my cycles have always been irregular, but never have had cycles this close together before.  Haven't seen our fertiltiy specilist in over 6 mo now (hubby lost job just recently went back to work, been trying to conceive on our own for the time being) was thinking about going to our family doctor 2 find out what he'd think, but thought I'd ask here to get some advice in the meantime.

Thanks for any info!!

Crystal
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Cycles less than 20 days apart usually indicate that you didn't ovulate that month.  If you have no fertility problems, it should work itself out by your next cycle.  If not, you might want to go to the doctor to run some tests and get you back on track.
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