Friday, April 3, 2009

Period Maddness


For only the 2nd time since I began charting, I have just finished a 22-day cycle. This is quite odd. My cycles have been getting longer (27-29 days) over the years...a key early symptom of P.C.O.S. that my NaPro doctor warned me about.

Then, out of nowhere, my period arrived today. The cause could be the distruption of a normal schedule (both schools are on spring break this week)...but other than that I have no clue. We're scheduled to have another follow-up session with the NaPro doctor soon, so I'll post on the progress. With this latest monkey wrench thrown into the infertility mess, our adoption discernment has provided a nice light to look to.

3 comments:

The Apostolate of Hannah's Tears said...

Sometimes this can happen with the change of seasons too...??? plus stress.

The days are so pretty out lately, it's a good time to get in some fresh air and good long walks, enjoy the breeze until summer.

:-D God bless you!!!

This_Cross_I_Embrace said...

Sometimes you just have an early ovulation... in fact, every woman will have a short cycle/early ovulation at least once in her lifetime.
I, too, have PCOS, and just wanted to let you know that I had a 19 day cycle out of nowhere in Dec. 2006. I don't think I even ovulated, it was just a fluke. Weird, but it happens.
Best of luck at the next NaPro appt- I know they'll make a great plan for you.

Maureen said...

I wonder if you will ever know the reason for such a short cycle. It seems like you are not the only one this has happened to. Maybe the NaPro appointment will shed some light. Much love is sent your way!