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I done a test at 9DPO, 5 days before expected period (16 April), however the line is very faint and I am unsure if this is a positive, can anyone help.
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12/04/2013 at 07:30
Hi Jessiejames2013 i was on cilest for 16 years and stopped at the end of January. My first cycle was 35 days and my period was alot lighter than it ever has been - 2 days medium-light and then just spotting for 3 days. The next cycle was 30 days (period a little heavier but for the same length) and this months look like it will be even shorter (maybe 27-28 days).
I have been doing bbt which i would really recomend. I did this as my doctor said that there is no way of knowing how long your body will take to get back to normal and that even if i dont get a period i may still ovulate and get pregnant. So i thought well how the hell am i going to know whats going on!
So i used bbt as a way of tracking my cycles and checking if i do ovulate. I can now see when i have ovulated and also now know that 14 days after ov i get my af. Which eases the stress a little as i have proper dates to work with.
In the first 2 months i lost loads of hair and my skin went awful! This has now begun to stop and im feeling a bit more normal. Last month i also has 2 terrible weeks after ov - constipated, constant cramping, weeing more, wind, tossing and turning in the night -loads of symptoms that i have never had before so i really though i was pg. But 14 days later af arrived and bfn.
So i have realised that my body is still adjusting to the massive shift in hormones after being on the pill for so long. I have fingers crossed for this month as im starting to feel much more normal in myself but trying not to get my hopes up.
Hope i was able to help a little x
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