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Originally Posted by adenlilysmama
It makes sense that your period should be different if you O or not. Seems like if you O then the lining of the uterus would get thicker so the period would be heavier than if you didn't O. Is that what you notice?
Originally Posted by tempestjewel
Hmmm.... I wonder if you've shown a temp spike in the past then you always will? Or if you don't then you never will? Or can it change from showing the temp spike to not showing it???
Originally Posted by bens_mommie
I don;t think anything is that permanent.
When I was younger (10-15), I had precise 24 day cycles. As i got older,t hey got longer. I was on and off bc for a few years. when I started ttc, my cycles were 35ish days long, with obvious temp spikes. now my cycles are 30ish days with few temp spikes. Things change.
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