Oooo I didn't realise 10 days was a potential problem... Mine is only 10 days too. Like you it used to be 13-14 days but I started the perimenopause after my youngest was born and it's shaken everything up!
I've got my fingers crossed that the progesterone helps you this cycle and you get a nice healthy BFP!!!
Yes.. 10 days doesn't build up enough progesterone so even if you do fall you have a higher risk if early mc.
Any under 12 isn't good.
It's called a luteal phase defect.
I heard vitamin b6 also helps with it.
I hope you get your bfp too.
I don't think mine will be this month.
We are only trying until September (I say that now lol) due to my age
We have our beautiful boy so if he's an only child he'll be even more spoilt lol
Sorry for bfns
I have started progesterone after I had o'd to bring my LP up!
I know that with my LP being 10 days I am not going to get my bfp so I am using progesterone to hopefully straighten it out!
8 dpo today so hopefully if no bfp af still won't show for about a week!
Not used to having a dodgy LP.
You will need to test at about 14 dpo because the progesterone holds up af, af won't arrive until after you stop the progesterone.
BFN yesterday at 11 dpo. Still no AF. Based on my headache I'm guessing it will start today but who knows.
It seems like a big joke that for the last 6 months my luteal phase has been less than 11 days when there was no chance and now that there is a chance, it is finally extending. If there is no AF, I probably won't test until Thursday or Friday. That would take me back to my old luteal phase length. I always consider headaches to be a sign of not pregnant because I didn't get them when I was pregnant.
I know it's silly, but I did a BBT adjuster, because I woke up so early. (not that I'd change anything on my chart) Did it just for fun, I don't know how accurate they would be, but my 98.1F at 3:45am, would have been 98.4F at 5:30am (normal temp time). Does anyone use an adjuster or have played around with it? If it's right, that would be my highest temp in the last 3 months since charting.