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    Actually I think it could be hormonal, my pelvic floor was often weaker when my progesterone levels were high. And my prog levels are low atm from bfing.

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    Actually I think it could be hormonal, my pelvic floor was often weaker when my progesterone levels were high. And my prog levels are low atm from bfing.
    I found that it usually takes a good 3-6 months for everything to tighten up hormone-wise - that's for someone who isn't able to produce milk.

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    Oh weird. Spotting at CD 22. Bit early for af!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    Oh weird. Spotting at CD 22. Bit early for af!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    I found that it usually takes a good 3-6 months for everything to tighten up hormone-wise - that's for someone who isn't able to produce milk.
    I'm just weird. I overtightened up I think! Probably won't be so lucky next time.

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    Seems too heavy to not turn into af. I hope its not!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    Oh weird. Spotting at CD 22. Bit early for af!
    Implant??!?

    My pelvic floor was amazing after birth without me having to work on it.

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    Implant??!?

    My pelvic floor was amazing after birth without me having to work on it.
    I wish! Dont like my chances though. If I o'd at the start of my ewcm patch that would make me about 6 dpo. But I think I'm more like 3 dpo. Silly body!

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    I wish! Dont like my chances though. If I o'd at the start of my ewcm patch that would make me about 6 dpo. But I think I'm more like 3 dpo. Silly body!
    Damn..

    I'm still waiting for AF. Took high doses of vit c mon-wed and still no sign of her. Cd87 now.

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    Oh that sucks Mamasupial! Your cycles.can get over 100 days cant they?

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    Oh that sucks Mamasupial! Your cycles.can get over 100 days cant they?
    Yep.. But they are usually ended with provera.. No idea how long it would go without provera.


 

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