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    Anything to regulate my cycle??
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    lindseymk posted:
    Does anyone know of anything to regulate my cycle?? My cycle ranges from 30 to 35 days. However last month it was 26 days. Right now I am on day 34 and still no period! I used to be on birth control & AF showed up like clock work. But ever since my miscarriage in 2010 its very long. It's driving me crazy. I am thinking of asking my doc to put me on bc for a couple months but I don't know if that would be helpful or if that would just waste 2 months of possible pregnancy. Any suggestions?!?
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