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January 7th, 2005, 09:44 PM
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Does anyone else have a ridiculously short cycle? I stopped BC around mid October. Three weeks later, AF, then 3 weeks to the day AF again, then again 23 dys later.

I've been on BC for several years but before BC, I had a 3 week cycle. That's the reason I started taking it in the first place.

I'm just wondering how this short cycle affects my fertile days. Does this mean that we have a shorter time frame to conceive? If so, that's rather stressful. I'm just starting to think that all these O calendars aren't giving me the right dates but it's always tailored to 21 - 23 days.

Anyone w/ a short cycle, pls respond.
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