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Is your cycle misbehaving? Like your usual N-day menstrual cycle is all of a sudden longer or shorter, or you're spotting where AF should be here in full force, or PMS symptoms but no sign of AF? And has it got you thinking (...pregnant?), or generally confused or stressed or time to call the OB/Gyn? CycleView your cycle!

Shorter periods, longer OR shorter cycles...

Posted by: somegirl on Tue Nov 8, 2011
Hello, first post here. I'm a bit worried, I am not trying to have any kids right now. I am 33 years old, and usually have a cycle between 28-34 days. I moved in with a female roommate a few months ago, and it seems my period has been coming earlier and earlier. I figured it was just because we were syncing up, as I have heard this happens. Two months ago I had a very short period (they used to last up to 7 days, now more like four days). Then last month, my cycle was only 20 days, and again for just four days. Now this month, it's been 37 days and nothing. I've had a 37 day cycle once before, but not recently. Is my cycle just getting weird because I am getting older? Throughout my 20s my cycle was always pretty regular.
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