Three day menstration four days earlier than expected.
My periods have usually started on the 26th thru 28th day of each cycle. I have not taken any birth control for at least for 8 years. This month my period started 4 days earlier, the first day was light bleeding, the second day moderate not enough to soil the pad in a 24 hour day and the third day started off moderate and today it is almost nothing. I usually will have moderate flows for two days solid and the whole period last 4-5 days before i see nothing on the pad. My question is; Is this normal, to have such a early wierd short period? How does that affect ovulation? My husband and trying to get pregnant.
I know this is a late respone, but I appreciate your comments. I work a really odd schedule. I failed to mention that I already have two children 18yrs. and 5yrs ( I know that is crazy) and I'm 39. I will more than likely will take pg test, if this month i miss my period.
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