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    Skmbr posted:
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    I had a miscarriage January of this year. My first period didn't come until mid April and ever since my cycles have only been 22 days. In July I had a 2 week cycle and then I went to see my midwife and she put me on 10 days of provera. This is my first cycle after taking provera and it again is 22 days. Are my cycles too short to conceive? Do you think I'm ovulating? thanks
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    Joel Bernstien, MD responded:
    That's a pretty short cycle. I would ask your midwife to check ovulation. It's not impossible that you are, but better to know right?


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