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Posted by sharon
on March 10, 2000 at 00:55:02:
In Reply to: Re: Spotting at start of period posted by Marie on March 08, 2000 at 23:58:19:
:Hi Marie, Your periods are the same as mine. I spot for a couple of days and then have 2-3 days of
normal flow and then 1-2 days of light flow. This is my normal period with my cycle lasting about 32 days. I have been trying to get preg for 2 years now.
I recently purchased a book called Taking Charge of Your Fertility. Its a great book! BBT is one good way to tell what your body is doing but you should
also monitor you cervical fluid. This book goes into detail about the different signs of ovulation. According to this book by the time you detect a shift in
your temperature you may be to late to get pregnant. Sperm should be there waiting on the egg to be released. Lots of good info in this book.
Good luck getting pregnant.
It is a wonder isn't it?! I can't believe what a science this is getting to be. Well, I've been doing the ovulation predictor tests every month. Always show I'm ovulating. Do you think I need to do the BBT to? I tried it one month, but it's such a pain.
: Thanks for listening!
: : Sounds normal to me. Sometimes my periods are that way. The big concern according to my doc is, are your cycles regular and are you ovulating. That's the first thing. Have you been taking your Basil Body Temp. and/or using a fertility monitor? The timing has to be just right to get pg--you wonder how people get pg at all!
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