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My husband and I have been TTC for about 4 months, and I have a 29 day cycle. However, this month I ovulated later than expected ( mind you, I was not temping, just using Opks and physical signs as an indicator). AF seems like it is going to arrive today or tomorrow (cramping and very light spotting) which would mean it is arriving 9-10 dpo. Is this a sign of a luteal phase defect? I have read that if it is shorter than 12 days you have a 1% chance of ever getting pregnant. I am wondering if this is something the doctor can test me for, or if they will just tell me to come back when it has been six months of TTC with no results?
Last edited by artgirl80; April 16th, 2014 at 08:06 PM.