(Closed) I've been ovulating always on CD39, should I go & see my doctor?

posted 5 years ago in TTC
Post # 2
6816 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2011 - Boy #1 12/2015, boy #2 02/2018

Daisylovex3:  I believe that if you go two months without getting your period you can ask for testing. Otherwise, I would recommend that you try supplements that are safe for you to take and see if that helps. At least for me, taking drugs should not be the first solution. Give it some time, your body goes through changes from time to time, and it may take a little while to regulate. You’re ovulating, and that’s a good sign. Keep charting, and if after 6 months or so you keep having the same problem you can have proof with your charts and ask for some preliminary testing. Good luck.

Post # 3
4133 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

From what I know, a doctor won’t do anything. You are ovulating and your LP is great. So yiure body is doing everything it’s supposed to, just a bit later than most people. 

ovulating later in your cycle doesn’t cause any issues with TTC. I ovulated day 21-25 and have a 5 month old 🙂 you just need to track so you get your timing right. it also means you have less cycles in a year to try which does suck but just ovulacting late shouldn’t cause a problem  

But like pp said, if you go 6 cycles or more without a BFP, then see your doctor to see if there is anything else going on. 

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