Prior to my son being born, you could set your watch by my period- they were so regular, literally almost to the minute.
Since he was born 20 months ago, I am so irregular. I get my period very light on about day 25 for about 2 days then it disappears for a few days and then it will come back heavy for a day or so and then vanish again.
I want to try and get pregnant again. When do you think I should count my first day of my period...I am trying to figure out when I ovulate. I know I can do the temperature thing to figure it out, but I would rather do this first. Any ideas?
My periods STOPPED altogether after baby #1, 12 years ago... I've managed to have two more since, but they were "natural", meaning we didn't prevent, nor did we seek medical help to find out why I don't have periods or when would be best to try to conceive.
I am TTC #4 right now, and I am on Clomid so that we can more easily regulate when I ovulate...
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