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Low progesterone/anovulatary cycles?


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#1 Tamarahhh

Posted 28 October 2019 - 10:23 AM

Hi ladies hoping some of you would have some advice for me. I lost my baby at 14.5weeks in June. And have had 3 full cycles since, first 29 days second 25, third 29 and current one I've just started spotting at cd22, my concern is that I'm either not ovulating or have low progesterone on the shorter cycles, this month along with the 25day cycle I had no ewcm which I know you don't necessarily get every month but had spotting 3/4days before period even properly began. My last cycle I took Maca so I'm wondering if that's the only reason it seemed normal. At what point after my loss should I expect my hormones to balance again? Before last baby my cycle was always same length never ever varying. should I go to the Dr or will she just say to give it more time? I'm only 30, please let me know what you think

#2 rosie28

Posted 28 October 2019 - 10:28 AM

Well worth going to the doctor, they can test your hormone levels after ovulation to confirm ovulation has occurred.


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