Uterine polyp/short cycle

Discussion in 'Long Term Trying To Conceive' started by Rawan, Jan 1, 2019.

  1. Rawan

    Rawan Well-Known Member

    Jul 10, 2016
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    Hi everyone,
    I recently just turned 36 years old. I usually don't spot before period, and noticed the last couple of cycles I started to spot around 3-4 days before my period starts. I did a transvaginal ultrasound and they found I have some small uterine polyps. I also have small fibroid, and ovarian dermoid but my doctor told me the only thing that will affect fertility is the polyp. I am going to do sonohysterogram/hysterosonogram, and they will confirm if the polyp is there, then I will schedule for surgery to remove it. I also noticed that recently I get LH surge earlier. I use ovulation kit, and I used to get LH surge around cd 11-13, but for the last few cycles, I got LH surge on CD 9, and my period comes around cd 26. I am not sure if this has to do with me turning 36 recently? If I get LH surge too soon, does that mean it will be harder for me to conceive since the egg won't be mature yet? I know I should find out the definite answer from the doctor, so I am going to do all those tests, but just wondering if anyone has similar situation? I am thinking maybe it was the polyp that's preventing me from getting pregnant. Thank you and baby dust to everyone! :)

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