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Thread: Ttc 2013
June 21st, 2013 03:29 AM #1461
Mrs. H I've been thinking about you lately and wondering where you were. I'm so, so, so happy for you! And you give me hope! Congratulations!Trying, trying, trying
Boy: Asa Guillaume, Barnaby August
Girl: Apolline Iris- Polly, Clothilde Juno- Chloe
June 21st, 2013 03:44 AM #1463
Miss USA - congrats! I would be glad personally to have missed a leap year - your LO will most likely want to celebrate their birthday, on their birthday! I was so so tired during the first trimester, too.
What is the issue with short luteal phases? I have ovulated very late this month (I think) and I don't recall my cycle being especially long, so I wonder if I am going to have a short luteal phase. What counts as short?
If I don't conceive this month I will at least be glad to have a better idea of my cycle length, so I have something to compare the next one to.Mother to miss Mila Arden. Expecting her brother Cato Bennett in March 2014
June 21st, 2013 05:51 AM #1465
I hate to bring down the whole tone of the day (which has been so joyous thanks to MrsH's news), but AF arrived for me this afternoon. But it's okay because I was expecting it. I'm consoling myself with the knowledge that my cycles are very regular, I ovulate when I'm supposed to, and my LP is decent. It's only a matter of time!
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June 21st, 2013 01:37 PM #1467Senior Member
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@Milasmama, I was just looking up luteal phase information last month (mine is the normal 14-15 days, but I was curious). According to the infallible Wikipedia, a luteal phase should be between 10 and 16 days, "although luteal phases of less than twelve days may make it more difficult to achieve pregnancy." The page also says, "Luteal phase defect (LPD) occurs when the luteal phase is shorter than normal, progesterone levels during the luteal phase are below normal, or both. LPD is believed to interfere with the implantation of embryos."
@Sarah, I'm so sorry about your sad news today. But your positive outlook is refreshing.
June 21st, 2013 01:49 PM #1469
YAY YAY YAY MrsH!! Mazel tov!!!
I am so happy for you it literally made me smile and feel joyous again after my underwhelming surgery consult. Please keep us posted here in nameberryland.“And remember, my sentimental friend, that a heart is not judged by how much you love, but by how much you are loved by others.” L. Frank Baum, The Wizard of Oz