Here's a lil background info...I have a 5 yr old daughter, and have had 2 very early miscarriages within the last 3 months. I don't have health insurance, so I have taken it upon myself to do lots of research online.
My cycles for almost a year now have been 21-23 days...I have never charted, but I plan on starting that soon. I believe I have developed a short luteal phase which has caused me to miscarry recently.
My last m/c started 1/20 and i bled for about 5 days. I was pretty sure that i ovulated on 2/6 (what i suppose would have been cd18) based on symptoms and cm, but i'm not 100% sure. I started B6 vitamins and Femgest progesterone cream starting on 2/7. So here I am on what I believe is 12 dpo and I still have not gotten AF and i just took HPT and got a BFN.
I have had some symptoms such as nausea and mild cramping. I am afraid to stop using the cream in case i may be prego but it's just not showing up yet. has anyone been in this situation and had progesterone cream cause them to not ovulate if they used it too early?
At what point do yall think I should stop using the cream to see if AF appears? Jeez I hope I didn't jack my cycle all up
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