I am still breastfeeding my 26 month old - and have had my fairly regular AF since DS was 19 months old when I stopped pumping during work. I am using the CBEFM and had two peak days this month where we had pretty good timing....A few days later I FELT pregnant - I was super bloated, had weird cravings and was really tired. And then AF came ~11 DPO which makes me certain I have a LPD. My AF seemed a little different than normal...sort of like more clotting? Which also makes me think we had a fertilized egg and it just didn't stick. Has this happened to any of you?
yes, it happens to me. I have the same issue with my cycle, but when I got up to 11 days I was able to carry to term (with help from my acupuncturist).
I try not to "count" the ones that happen at the same time as I would normally have AF, otherwise I could make myself completely crazy.
mom to: M born Aug 2011 & K 2yo
Fairly often. I've gotten faint + hpts on those really sensitive tests (10miu) and then got af the next day. An RE once told me that I likely conceive quite well, but nothing can stick. I try not to think about that.
Jill, mama to three fiery girlies and a sweet baby boy: Grace, 11.30.2005, Ayla, 3.22.2008, Norah 9.5.09, Reed 8.19.11 & dfs Gage 2.29.12 x4
Yep, this happened to me several times. Including clotty periods preceeded a day or two by very light spotting and mild cramping. Ever since actively trying, most cycles have been a few days shorter than the regular 34-45 day cycle. Had nursed dd until this past summer (nearly 3.5 yr) and for several months after able to still squeeze a bit of milk out. Didn't have prolactin levels checked but I'm guessing they would have been elevated. AFter a year and half of timing intercourse around ovulation, finally went to my OB earlier this summer. Hormonal bloodwork, HSG, SA all normal, but she figured it was a luteal defect based on the info I gave her re. my cycles. She said the treatment for luteal defect is generally clomiphene citrate (Clomid, Serophene) ...to create a more robust corpus luteum which secretes the progesterone needed to support the uterine lining for implantation. Good luck!
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