I have 'slight' pcos.
My question is, I've been tracked by an RE and it appears that I ovulate around day 19-22---since i do, do i have a lesser chance of getting pregnant?
I don't know what we're doing wrong, and I'm always wondering if its me.
I'm on vitamins, maca and have been trying to exercise regularly, but still not preg. I'm wondering if my cycle is to blame.
I wouldn't worry about that part, but if you're concerned, clomid can make you O sooner.
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Edited to add - I was 25 back then - have always had 40-55 day cycles.
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Technically speaking, those with longer cycles have "decreased" fertility, only because a woman with a 28-day cycle would typically have 13 cycles in a year, whereas those of us with 33+ day cycles have only 11 cycles in a year, giving us 2 fewer chances to catch an egg. But your odds in any given cycle are the same as anyone with a typical 28 day cycle.
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