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Weird things can happen once in a while, but usually an LP deficiency develops over time (or you start out with one while nursing, which is NORMAL...and it just never improves). I think because you've already had a normal LP while nursing, it's less likely that you would suddenly develop a significant LPD.
I always had wonderfully long and full LPs. After I lost my twins (I had 3 back to back D&Cs for retained tissue), I had just a couple cycles that were really delayed O. When my O got back to normal, I realized I was having really short LPs in those cycles. It's never gotten better, though, I sometimes have a longer LP than the 'new' normal and it's been 4 years since I lost the twins.
Jen + Matt
Parents to Sophie, the Wondergirl Asperger's Syndrome
GERD & Constipation