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    Hi,

    My cycle has recently changed from a fairly regular 28 days to around 32-35 days. I am just wondering if anyone knows how this affects when you would ovulate as i am having difficulty reading my body atm. I am not temping, just keeping an eye on CM, but might have to be a bit more serious with charting my next cycle to try and work out whats going on!

    TIA


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    hi maya!

    i have (had) a 32 day cycle and i was using ovulation test strips and i found i got a positive ovulation around days 19-21 - which when we discovered i was pregnant matched with our first scan!!

    Good luck ttc!!

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    Watch out for you CM as that will be the best indicator of your fertile time. It could be about CD 19 or later if your cycle is getting longer.

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    i concieved DD on CD 18 of a 32 day cycle!

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    yep you'll be ovulating later then normal. My average ovulation day is cd20 giving me a 34 day cycle. Although this month i didn't o until cd 26!

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    Thanks guys!! I thought that might be the case!

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    Maya, I have always had a 34-36 day cycle and I still always ovulate 14days before I start my bleed. So for me it is always around CD22 - I also get all the right CM at that time too plus O cramping. However, if this is the first time you've had one this long, I would be waiting to see what happens over the next few cycles to see if it stays that way or goes back to your *normal* cycle.

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    Thanks Trillian, this is about my 4-5th long cycle and have thought i was ovulating around CD 16, and then again at about CD 26!! Wierd i know. I should really pay some serious attention as i don't think its likely i am O'ing twice in one month!

    As soon as this cycle ends (currently on CD33) i will temp and check CM consistently.

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    hey maya- dont dismiss ovulating twice a month- it does happen especially with long cycles!! Thats often how fraternal twins are conceived (non identical) A set of identical twins are when they egg splits into ttow- and fraternal are when TWO eggs are fertilised- which generally happens if you ovulate twice in the one month!! Good luck!!!

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    When 2 eggs are released they are released together not days or weeks apart though.

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