I don't seem to have any eggwhite, either. I do get my period, every 26-27 days, and have since DD was born, even though I exclusively breast fed for almost a year.
I am currently treating myself for bacterial vaginosis, and I know that since that changes the acidity in my body that it could be impacting my luteal phase, but it just seems like such a small thing to cause such huge changes in my body
Does anyone have any answers for me? TIA
Me, DS, and DD Grateful to the baby I lost for sticking around long enough to teach me what I needed to know so badly We love our forest valley home, our goats and chickens, and wild harvested food-medicine
So, if you were eating lots of healthy things with high amounts of B vitamins, then maybe your good diet allowed you to get/stay prego with a short luneal phase.
SAHM to 4 cats, DS 5/09, DD 3/12 and 3# due 4/15. Home birthing, non vax, anti circ, co-sleeping, breastfeeding, real food eating pretty darn crunchy mama.
Mom to DD1 02/07, DD2 03/09 and expecting LO#3 01/12
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