I had a child 7yrs ago and am preparing to get pregnant in november. I usually have a 26-day cycle but recently it goes to 25 or 24 or 27-28 once in a while. This month i had it after only 23days and am getting scared that i cant get pregnant in november cos my husband works overseas and november is all we hv for now. How do i know when am ovulating since i cant tell anymore? Pls help am confuse. am 33yrs
Im 23 yrs old i came off bc pill 5 month ago to become pregnant. I had 28 day cycle, 27 day cycle, 26 day cycle, 24 day cycle now 23 day cycle. Iv took ovulation tests & i always get my positive on CD 13 & ovulate CD 24. however long my cycle is. Id advise u to take an ovulation test so u know. Im worried aba my cycles getting shorter as egg wont have pleanty off time to implant properly. Goodluck
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