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9dpo AF supposedly due today?

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babydreamer24 Mon 04-Mar-19 04:36:38

Hello all,

I think I had a really short LP this cycle - like 9 days exactly.

AF Is due today according to my app.(Im in Australia, its now 3.05pm) I just a biiiiig cramp, so went to toilet and had no blood. Checked Cervix, its sitting medium in height and when I checked, I had a lot of white cm on the tip of my finger. Do you think its too short of a LP to have conceived at that these cramps are due to AF on her way or am I still in for a shot??

TIA ladies xx

TheFatberg Mon 04-Mar-19 04:39:13

Is there a chance this may be a longer than usual cycle or are you pretty clockwork?

babydreamer24 Mon 04-Mar-19 04:43:33

@TheFatberg - this could be a longer cycle, my cycles range from 29-33 days, last cycle was 31.

TheFatberg Mon 04-Mar-19 07:11:13

There's still a chance in that case. I ovulated around day 20, did a FRER on 11dpo because my period was late (cycle varied between 27 and 33 days) and it was positive.

babydreamer24 Mon 04-Mar-19 07:32:58

@TheFatberg, when do you think I should test? This gives me hope

TheFatberg Mon 04-Mar-19 07:45:21

I'd wait a couple of days if you can, unless you have a FRER?

babydreamer24 Mon 04-Mar-19 08:21:25

@TheFatberg I dont have any but i can get some easily

TheFatberg Tue 05-Mar-19 07:48:31

Did you take a test today?

babydreamer24 Tue 05-Mar-19 08:20:03

@TheFatberg no I didnt I've decided to wait till Friday and give AF plenty of time to show to avoid early disappointment

Daisypod Tue 05-Mar-19 09:28:17

Do you know when you ovulated? Your LP tends to be roughly the same, so if you ovulated late you will have a longer cycle.
My LP is about 13 days and as I ovulated late this month my af isn't due until a few days later than normal too.
Good luck

babydreamer24 Tue 05-Mar-19 10:10:47

I ovulated on CD 23 or 24, I used the Clearblue Digital ovulation tests and I got my static smiley cd 23 so yeah..... and then was due for period on 9dpo x

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