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I am currently nursing my 7 month old daughter and wanted to ttc this fall. I am not planning to wean. My issue is that although I've had very regular 28 day cycles all of my adult life and have always gotten pg very easily I have now begun (since nursing) to have cycles that last longer than 28 days making it tough to pinpoint ovulation.
My periods resumed at 4 months postpartum but they range anywhere from 32 to 40 days in length. I'm worried I'll have a difficult time ttc this fall because of this. Also I don't have much cm to rely to help predict ovulation, as I used to (also perhaps a result of breastfeeding)
Anyone ever had this situation? Does it indeed make ttc harder?
Last edited by palmetto_moon; July 18th, 2009 at 09:59 PM.