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10 day luteal phase and ttc

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Dannii1996 Fri 19-Jun-20 21:32:27

Hi first time posting hope I’ve done this right! I’m looking for a bit of advice if possible- I have a 29 day cycle and a 10 day luteal phase, so my question is when can I take a pregnancy test? Because although they say you can test up to 4 days before a missed period, that would only put me at 7 dpo? Hope this makes sense and Thankyou in advance to any replies😊

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Dannii1996 Fri 19-Jun-20 21:38:51

Oops forgot to mention- I also ovulate quite late on cd19 every month so I’d pregnancy even possible given the way my cycle goes?

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wowbutter Fri 19-Jun-20 21:40:55

I got pregnant on a similar cycle. But I didn't test until he day of my period, stopped me going insane, and actually, the m8nth I fell pregnant, I didn't test until two days late. I forced myself to do other things.
I had to have sex much later than any app or book told me too, the day before ovulation, the day of, and then one day after.

kathryn19801 Fri 19-Jun-20 21:45:38

I have a 10day luteal phase though with a really long cycle. With my son I ovulated on day 36 of my cycle and tested positive on day 7 I think. With daughter tested on day 6 I think... as soon as the cooked chicken may be retch.. Lol I can't smell meat when pregnant

Lilice Fri 19-Jun-20 21:46:20

I got pregnant 3 times on a 9/10 day luteal phase so it is possible. I got a positive test a couple of days after my AF was due, I think I was 13 dpo. I had tested negative at 7dpo

liaun Fri 19-Jun-20 21:47:27

I worried about short luteal phase a lot when I was ttc but I'm now 15 weeks pregnant. Also my due date suggests I wasn't ovulating late after all. I'd recommend DTD every other day through whole cycle instead of sticking strictly to when you think you're ovulating (I used ovulation sticks too!)

Dannii1996 Sat 20-Jun-20 11:21:28

Thankyou for the reply ladies, just the dreaded wait now to see if af arrives I suppose lol

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