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#1 morekidsplease

Posted 01 January 2013 - 04:03 PM

Hi ladies,

I was hoping someone could shed some light on whats happening with my cycle, forgive me if this is long and rambling, I will try to keep it to the point.

I have two naturally conceived children, had a third natural conception (all in the first month of trying) which ended in miscarriage at 5 weeks.  As I was staring down the barrel of 40 I decided to go get some advice/help after another 4 months of not falling and we all agreed on IUI.

I fell pregnant with the first IUI but it ended in a missed miscarriage at 7/8 weeks.  I went on to have another two IUI's but both were BFN.

Through out all of this I discovered that my cycle is now all over the place, (apparently as a result of the miscarriage) I have a short cycle then a long one then a standard 28 day then back to short etc etc, it seems to just suit itself month to month.

My last two cycles were 28 day'ers with the BFN's and my last period was delayed by about 4 days, probably from the Progesterone.  I pulled an early cycle then, meaning I ovulated day 5 but immediately got the usual symptoms I get about 5 days before AF is due, the full sore boobs, spots etc.  I did think this was a little weird but whatever...

If I was on a 21 day cycle for this month I am not due until Wed next week but when I got up this morning discovered that my period had started? It is very light and I have no other usual AF symptoms?

I am also going to change FS so I don't want to ring the old clinic and ask them and I don't have an appointment with the new one until Feb so I don't feel I can ring and ask them either.

Has anyone had anything like this? What did it mean for you?

Thanks and again sorry for the essay.

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