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.


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!