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Old 06-24-2013, 07:40 PM
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Nope, I don't. I'm on the pill and let myself have a period whenever the off weeks are. I could double up packs and not have a period whenever I wanted, but I've never done it.

So I know by my pill color lol.
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Also (warning this might be TMI) but I used to know when I was ovulating by the change in my cervical mucous (it gets all stringy like raw egg whites & whatever) but lately it hasn't, now I haven't been to the doc in like 10 years at least (I know I am bad) but I feel like I am not ovulating Anymore :/
I am never going to be able to cook eggs again.
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Old 06-24-2013, 07:58 PM
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Same thing happens with my cycle. I an tell where i am in my cycle that way.

We have basically been BC and preventative free for almost 6 years. We basically go by my cycle for when it's safe and when it's not and no surprises yet lol I am that regular
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Old 06-24-2013, 08:19 PM
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Yes, I do. Generally between 27-29 days, if it goes more than 32 or so, I take Vit C to start it.
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No.

I'm super irregular, but I'm not going to get pregnant, so I don't care.
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Old 06-24-2013, 10:21 PM
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Same thing happens with my cycle. I an tell where i am in my cycle that way.

We have basically been BC and preventative free for almost 6 years. We basically go by my cycle for when it's safe and when it's not and no surprises yet lol I am that regular
Same here with the exception of condoms & tracking my cycle we have also been (so far ... *knocks on wood*). But I can also feel when I am ovulating, you know what I mean? Like I will feel an achy pain on one side or the other in my pelvic area around the time my ovulation is occurring (that's usually Roundnthe time my Mucous changed).

But it hasn't happened in like the last year so maybe I have stopped ovulating ??? If I'm not ovulating anymore I don't know what that means
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Old 06-25-2013, 08:38 AM
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I used to, when I started having sex and wasn't on birth control. Now I'm on birth control, so I don't care. I just try to keep in mind what "normal" cramps/etc. are like for me, so I know if something isn't right.
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Old 06-25-2013, 09:36 AM
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I have always tracked mine. My OB showed me an app for my iphone called PTracker Lite that I really like. We aren't having anymore children, but I can see how it would have been very useful when we were trying to get pregnant before. And it tells me when my ovulation days are and it has been pretty spot on everytime!

Even if you aren't trying to get or prevent pregnancy, it is important to track your cycles. Huge changes can be an indication of an issue. And as my Dr said, she doesn't want me going months and months without a period and not realizing it.
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Old 06-25-2013, 12:33 PM
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I'm with you...what cycle? I used to get it every 3-4 months but now in 1.5 years I had like a two day period once. Thank you, PCOS!
This, basically.
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Old 06-25-2013, 02:53 PM
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PCOS seems to be more common then I thought it was, I was under the assumption that it was not a very common disorder
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