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potential luteal phase defect, should I see GP?

(6 Posts)
smk84 Fri 03-Jun-11 14:59:12

Hi, have been TTC DC 2 for 5 months now. I ovulate around day 18 usually, with a 27 day cycle. Before I had my DS, my cycle was longer by a couple of days. When I fell PG with DS (took 10 months TTC), I ovulated on day 18, but I am just a bit concerned that my cycle has shortened since I had him, and that any fertilised embryo may not have time to implant (had suspected 'chemical pregancy' a couple of months back - i.e. early faint positive, followed by further negatives then late period). I am 31 (nearly 32). Would really appreciate any advice. Thanks smile

LoveInAColdClimate Fri 03-Jun-11 15:35:00

I would go and see your GP - mine was very helpful with this issue and has booked me some blood tests. Good luck!

smk84 Sat 04-Jun-11 16:46:04

Thank you, I am always a bit wary as docs I have seen in the past haven't always been that helpful. I hope your tests go well.

LoveInAColdClimate Sun 05-Jun-11 09:56:01

Thanks - if you have health insurance, it may be worth checking if that covers fertility testing. In the event, I have actually just stuck with the NHS as the waiting times for initial tests were fine, but my health insurance would have covered testing (although obviously not treatment). Good luck!

smk84 Wed 08-Jun-11 15:07:38

Bumping for more advice please ...

smk84 Wed 08-Jun-11 16:03:47

Love - thanks for the extra advice smile

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