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27/09/2012 at 17:48
Flick_1987 Posted 2 hours agoHi Anyone else struggling with irregular cycles?I came off the pill and progesterone in november 2011 and my cycles still arent back to a regular rythym yetsince then these are my cycles:-c1-39,c2-33,c3-31,c4-38,c5-40,c6-29,c7-40I am on c8 at the moment on cd59 with 4 BFN's Are these classed as irregular as some of them there isn't a lot of difference between them?I havent tried OPK's that is my next plan except i never know how long my cycle is going to be so i am a bit unsure when to start using them in my cycleIf anyone has any suggestions or advice i will be very greatfulThanks in advance
27/09/2012 at 19:43
I also suffer with irregular cycles - although this didn't happen until after I had ds in 2010!
Mine seem to go through a few months where they are very close and then I will go and have a super long one or a super short one.
My advice would be . . . .(and you don't have to take it lol) . . . .buy a whole load of cheapy OPKs ( I use home health) and then buy a small pack of the digi OPKS. Test from CD12ish with the cheapy ones (or whenever they arrive if you start this month) and then when you think you may have a positive or be getting close - use the digi OPKS alonside as they are more accurate and a lot clearer to read. At least then you will know that AF will be due roughly 2 weeks after your smiley face.
Good luck! And you never know - this could still be your month! Keep BDing just incase!!!
Oh and after that - if you want to really crank it up a bit - you could try a CBFM. Not used one mself but heard lots of positive stories. x
27/09/2012 at 21:26
28/09/2012 at 09:11
After my friend had a miscarrage she had completely irregular cycles so found she could not get pregnant because she didn't know wen she was ovulating. Then she stopped worrying and just carried on as usual and just tried when she wanted too and she ended up pregnant again. Make sure your not just trying at the time when you think you should be ovulating x
28/09/2012 at 21:11
Hi there, I had similar cycles to you but found I never got a proper positive on OPKs so I bought a basal body thermometer and started charting my temperatures, I found this really useful and fell pregnant the first month I did it, I am now 14+1. It turned out I was ovulating a week later than I thought and the ovulation 'symptoms' I thought I was having weren't and so were weren't trying as hard when I was actually ovulating. We also BD'd every other day throughout my whole cycle and that seemed to work! Good luck x
30/09/2012 at 21:04
Ok thanks for that i will try temp charting and see how i get on
30/09/2012 at 22:17
Would you find useful getting a tool that would enable you to save all your info like cycles, when you made ovulation tests and so on to organize yourself easily ?
01/10/2012 at 14:47
I have an app on my phone which i can put in every detail and wroks out an average each cycle and roughly when i am due to ov however i get no symptonms of ov which makes it difficult to know if i am or not - maybe i am not which could be why i am getting no symptoms. Do you know another tool which would be helpful?
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