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    Default Synarel and delayed AF

    Hi all, this is my first time on synarel. My cycles are usually from 24 to 26 days. Today is CD30 with absolutely no sign that it's on its way. I usually spot the evening before and the next morning voilé - like clockwork.

    I know that synarel does delay your af but I don't know how long I should wait before letting the clinic know it hasn't arrived. I have also heard that some woman get no period during a synarel cycle. If this is the case for me I don't want to wait and miss out on the injections because I waited so long for af to turn up.

    And who do I ring to tell I'm still waiting for AF? My FS (who I'm supposed to ring on CD1) or the clinic nurse?

    And of course I'm panicking because the weekend is here...what if af comes on Saturday - I can't ring until CD3 - arrgghh!

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    Hi

    My cycles were always spot on 28 days and mine was 12 days late on synarel.

    I would give them a quick call today and ask them what to do. They might be able to do a blood test and work out when it might appear?

    Goodluck xx

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    Thanks Gemini! 12 days late - OMG that would kill me! Thanks for your advise. I will give them a ring. Should I ring the FS or the nurse? For the first time ever I am wanting AF to come..grrrr..

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    Hi Renvind

    I was 14 days late when I did synarel. I was panicing too. In my case I'd wait the 14 days and then ring my clinic. But everyone is different.

    Give your clinic a call and just ask what they advise.

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    I just used to ring the nurses. They told me it was completely normal and in the end it didn't affect anything to do with my cycle. Because you're not ovulating on synarel, your period doesn't mean all that much anyway. Some people go without a period. I did on my second cycle. It just did t appear at all haha.

    Yeah it sucks having to wait for the witch to arrive. Maybe go out somewhere nice with a pair of white shorts on lol. That'll be sure to bring it on hey haha xoxo

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    I was always between 7 - 10 days late on Syneral and it drove me CRAZY .

    Call one of the nurses and they will reassure you... might even get you in for a blood test.

    Good luck!

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    Thanks so much for your reassurance everyone....wouldn't you know - today is CD1!!!! I'm sure if I didn't ask for advice I would still be waiting...so thanks so much for bring AF on (Gosh how my life has changed - fancy feeling so excited for AF!)

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    Woo Hoo! Good Luck


 

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