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unusual cycle

Posted by: pinkwannabe on Sat Jul 16, 2011

Hi there, newbie here. My cycle has been irregular since stopping the pill in Oct 09. TTC 1st, 44 yrs old in oct. Using CBFM to track fertility. My period has always lasted 6-7 days for the the past 18 cycles, this cycle lasted just 3 1/2 days. 1st day light bleed, 2nd day heavier, 3rd day stopped completely then 4 days very very light brown flow?? very odd. CBFM didnt pick up LH surge this month so DH and I have been BD every 2-3 days until this 'period' started. I've had sore nipples for about a week but this has now gone, feel tired all the time, and nauseous for first few hours in a morning, I've also felt like I've been coming down with the flu or something, aching arms and legs and a headache like a head cold for the last 3 days. I'd love to think I was finally pregnant but don't want to get my hopes up

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