Anovulatory Cycles

posted 3 years ago in TTC
Post # 3
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Newbee
  • Wedding: June 2015

 Make sure you get a salvia test because a blood test may not show your results accuratly.What are some of the reasons your docotor belives your cycles are anovulatory? I currently have PCOS and adreanal fatigue. After seeing several CNMs and a reproductive endocrinologists, I got fed and went the natural route. I have seen several acupunturists and two naturopaths. I am now working with a great chiropractor who specializes in a type of uterian massage. I have to  tell you that diet is huge contributor my issues. 

Post # 4
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1421 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

Get the book Taking Charge of Your Fertility and start charting your basal body temp.  You will probably get a much better idea of if you are ovulaing or not sooner by temping than by many of the tests your doctor will perform — so many fertility tests need to be done at particular points in your cycle in order to be informative. 

Post # 6
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

@orchidaloha:  If your temps are all over the place, that’s a good indication you aren’t ovulating, even if you do wake up during the night (as long as you don’t get up and go for a lot of strolls).  I started charting when I wasn’t ovulating and I got months of temps with no pattern whatsoever.  Once I started ovulating my temps had a very clear pattern, even though I often wake up during the night (I just don’t get out of bed).  Those are awfully short periods, too.  I had really a really light period after a really long (4 months) anovulatory cycle. 

 

 

 

 

Post # 7
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

@bluegreenjean:  <– yeah that. It helped me a LOTTTTTTTTT to understand my cycles. This is a MUST! 

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