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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie Pallie View Post
    I was reading that implantation happens on average at 9 DPO, but 6 DPO to 12 DPO is normal too, so I'd say 10 isn't too bad


    Me 31, He 35, DD 22 months, Bub #2 due 22 September 2014.
    I read this somewhere: A luteal phase defect is typically associated with a shortened luteal phase of around ten days or less (though there is some debate as to what defines a luteal problem or shortened phase).

    so this is possibly a problem, but not necessarily. because i have endometriosis, a short luteal phase may be a result of this, and would likely be caused by the lining not building up properly leading up to a period. so it could still be a problem regardless of when implantation happens. However, as this is the first time i've been less than 13 days, I will assume it's normal unless i see a pattern...
    a short luteal phase can be caused by many things, endometriosis being only one of them. Endo can also cause bleeding in the first trimester for similar reasons

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    Hey ladies, I'm sorry I haven't been in here much. I've been browsing at the little chances I've had to jump online! But that's about it...

    Not much going on here.. waiting for AF to arrive (hopefully on time- which will be four days away). Then we'll be on to our first cycle of "trying". I'm a little nervous! How will I handle life with 3!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allie Pallie View Post
    I was reading that implantation happens on average at 9 DPO, but 6 DPO to 12 DPO is normal too, so I'd say 10 isn't too bad


    Me 31, He 35, DD 22 months, Bub #2 due 22 September 2014.
    I had a 10 day LP and fell pregnant naturally with DD. After her it stretched out to 11days and I'm now pregnant with #2. Just thought I'd let you know it's very possible to fall pregnant with that length LP

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    So what is a good length LP? I think (just from one cycle charted with FF), mine will be about 13 days.

    I was feeling SO sorry for myself last night and most of today...was so sick (self inflicted) from too much fun at a housewarming/Aus Day party. This will be my last one like that for some time...going to pregnant at the next one hopefully Was lovely watching the fireworks also. I asked my sister how my nephew went...he cried poor thing. He hates loud noises.

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    Clucky like a pp posted above, the ideal is 12-14 days but it can be done with 10. I think I've heard a couple do it with 8? But it's rarer I'm sure.

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    Hello lovely ladies. I'll catch up with everyone's posts when I have a minute. Just popping in to say we are back from our holiday, I had absolutely no reception lol.

    Was such a nice get away for me and DH.

    I'm feeling ok, no MS. Just a bit of fatigue. Felt a bit sick in the car but I think it might if been because I was reading.

    I've actually started getting a sore mouth, it feels like I've burnt my tongue but I haven't. I've lost my sense on taste completely!! The roof of my mouth and gums are really sensitive. A quick google said it can be a pregnancy symptom and that it usually disappears. It's usually from hormones or even a deficiency.
    Weird. Ive never had it with any pregnancy but this one.
    Although it's bloody uncomfortable and painful to eat I'm a little bit happy that it could be a preg symptom. I was waiting for something other than fatigue to set in
    Hope everyone else is well. Will be back to catch up soon


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    A bit of a vent:So SIL is over tonight and I plan on going back to work when the baby is a year old. It will go to uni day care when my partner goes to uni and I will work a few days a week. Of course we got put down for this because apparently you can't go back to work after having a baby "that's not how we parent" were her words. It just annoys me so much that everyone can tell me that I shouldn't go back to work do they want to pay my bills? Lol so annoyed!!!

    On an upside hope you ladies all had great long weekends

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    Quote Originally Posted by M2OR View Post
    Hey ladies, I'm sorry I haven't been in here much. I've been browsing at the little chances I've had to jump online! But that's about it...

    Not much going on here.. waiting for AF to arrive (hopefully on time- which will be four days away). Then we'll be on to our first cycle of "trying". I'm a little nervous! How will I handle life with 3!?
    3 is fab

    Welcome back Lexim, glad you had a safe trip

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