Well, my previous LMP was july 28th-Aug. 5th. I started my period again Aug 31st. and well, still bleeding.
I just had my IUD removed july 30th because it was causing irregular periods. Before that my periods were rather regular, typically a normal 28 (give or take a day or two) cycle. After my IUD it messed them all up, my cycles were anywhere from 16days-35 days. So, Last month My first postive OPK was august 16th. I did not conceive and we're still TTC. My question is, After using online ovulation predictors to help figure out my most fertile days, It says things like sept 3-8th... I'll still be on my period during these days, Is that possible?
Well if you got your period 28th july. and again 31st..then your cycle was 27 days this time,still pretty good you have only been bleeding 3 days,perfectly normal.Dont know about IUD never had that.forget using online ovulation predictors,they are more for fun.you need to buy ovulation test sticks if you want to determine when you will ovulate.if your period came 31st agu. as a guess i would say you will ovulate around cd13 onwards.
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