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    TTC w/ an irregular cycle. Help!
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    AZ_TTC posted:
    I got off of birth control Jan 15th of this year (mid-pack). I had a period on Feb 19th and then not again until Apr 30th. That's a 70 Day cycle! Now I had a positive ovulation test on the 23rd of May, so I thought for sure I would start my period 14 days later (June 6th), but nothing yet. Its the 45th day of my cycle and I'm starting to worry there is something wrong. 6 months should be long enough to get my cycle back to normal, right?

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    jlbelknap35 responded:
    go ahead and go see your doctor. they might put you on something to regulate your cycles and ovulation. some times bc can screw your cycles up like that.
     
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    wwilson89 responded:
    Is there a possibility you could be preggos?


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