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Is having a cycle that is 37 days considered abnormal?  Based on my CM, I believe I am ovulating, but I read that any cycle longer than 35 days is considered abnormal.  Is this true?
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242596 tn?1192425949

Yes, technically speaking.  What are your regular cycle lengths.  And just because your cycles are long doesn't mean you don't ovulate.  I'm not sure what more you want to know.

Best regards,

Dr. Downing
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My regular cycle lengths are 36-37 days, and ovulation appears to be occurring.  I guess my question is, is my cycle considered "normal."  

I have found many articles on various websites that say anything longer than 35 days is considered abnormal, and I'm wondering if that is really the case?

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