irregular periods and ovulation

Discussion in 'Trying To Conceive' started by shorty2k8, Dec 15, 2009.

  1. shorty2k8

    shorty2k8 1 son ttc #2

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    we're jst doin it anyway but i have no idea when im actually ovulatin,

    i have been on and off different contraceptions and have never regained any sort of normality to my cycle..... not that i ever really had regularity anyway. its been so long i cant really remember.

    does this mean it wil take a lot longer to conceive?

    what if im not even ovulatin?
     
  2. bubbles

    bubbles 1DS, 1DD & preggo

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    are they very long cycles hun?
     
  3. shorty2k8

    shorty2k8 1 son ttc #2

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    i really wouldnt know, last time i actually had a bleed it could be anythin from bleedin for 2 weeks with couple days off, to a whole month, then back to few days then 2 weeks, etc, so so so irregular. and i cant really remember wot they were like before contraception as i was 17, i'm now 24, so really cant think back that far. im really worried that im not goin to be able to get pregnant and im absolutley terrified of gettin pregnant as it is, so i want it to be fairly quick xxx
     
  4. babyloulou

    babyloulou 1 beautiful baby boy!

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    HI- my cycles are pretty much the same- acupuncture had regulated them slightly better but they are still pretty erratic- and no I don't ovulate at all. I am waiting to try clomid hopefully.
     
  5. darrensmommy

    darrensmommy Well-Known Member

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    try the ovulation kits
     
  6. Minimin

    Minimin Well-Known Member

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    Also try monitoring your CM and BBT- these change when and after you have ovulated-
     

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