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    TTC No CM this month for the first time
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    woolever12 posted:
    I have slightly irregular periods. They are averaged around 28 days. I have discovered that when I get the ovulation cramp, I will start 10-12 days later. I have a 3 year old son (Jan 20th) and never had CM until after he was born. Since then, it has been regular signs and changes - until this month. I had no CM until 2 days ago and its very minimal.

    What could cause that and why? I am TTC but last month I had a late period by 4 days but hpt was negative 3 times. I don't want to get worked up about this but it's not the normal for me.
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