Is it normal to have a 24 day cycle? I had a D&C May 6th, finally got a period that started really light the 7th of June and lasted 5 days. I thought I ovulated around day 14, but I didnt use an OPK I just used body symptoms (ovary pain and CM), was really hoping to get a positive HPT but instead had my period start really light June 30th and still have it today (normal period for me just ending about day 5). So that would put me at a really short cycle, about 23-24 days!! Seems really short, is that normal?? So now I need to keep an eye out, since that means if this becomes normal for me that I would ovulate around day 12. Anybody have something similiar to this. I was on the pill for so long and got pregnant on it, that I am trying to figure all this out! When I was breastfeeding I wasnt on anything, but didnt keep track of my cycle at all when it started back up.
my cycles were a bit weird after my d&c... I believe it was 6 weeks after my d&C that i got my first one then I had like a 26 day cycle (which is short) then a 32 then 37 days.... then the next cycle I was pregnant again.
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