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<p>My cycles have been averaging around 25 days, but there have been some longer and some shorter cycles. Are these too short to get pregnant?</p>
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<p>January 12- 30 days<br>
February 11- 26 days<br>
March 9- 26 days<br>
April 4 - 25 days<br>
April 29 - 24 days<br>
May 23 - 26 days<br>
June 18 - 26 days<br>
July 14 - 26 days<br>
August 7 - 24 days<br>
August 29 - 22 days<br>
September 21 - 23 days<br>
October 18 - 27 days<br>
November 11 - 24 days<span style="display:none;"> </span></p>
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<p>It all depends on when you are ovulating. </p>
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<p>What matter is your luteal phase - the period of time after you ovulate but before the start of your period.  A "normal" phase is 14 days long, and anything less than 10 can give you problems (although some docs say 12 is a problem, and others aren't concerned unless it is 7 or 8). </p>
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<p>So if you are ovulating early in your cycle, short cycles are ok.  But if you are ovulating later it could be an issue.</p>
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<p>I have a 26 day cycle and usually O on day 17... so a 9 day LP.  We have been having trouble conceiving because of it.</p>
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<p>Have you tried charting to track when you are ovulating?</p>
 
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