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2/5/15 8:12 P

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MET1324, did everything get back to normal for you yet? I've been stuck with the same problem for over a year now.

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12/15/14 7:36 P

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I am pretty sure my problem is not to much exercise or to low calories. I work out 4-5 days weekly. Cardio and lifting. No excessive though. I eat enough, prob to much at times. I did call my doc today and they did say starting a new routine can throw things off. I already have an appointment scheduled for January so they said lets see what happens by then. I just want things to be normal so when we do start trying it's not all messed up.

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12/15/14 11:09 A

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I would definitely start temping to track if you've ovulated or not. It could be that you're stuck in the follicular phase and haven't actually ovulated. The usual advice I hear is if you go 60 (or 90 for some doctors) days without a period or bfp, talk to your OBGYN.

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12/14/14 3:11 P

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I have read that if you're exercising too much and/or eating too little, your body goes into a sort of starvation mode, and one of the things that happens is your periods stop.

What's your workout routine look like, and are you eating enough to fuel your body and build muscle afterward?

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12/13/14 3:45 P

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Thanks. I have an appt. with my obgyn in Jan. I am getting a check up and talking about what I need to do so can start TTC. I started already with weight loss because I know that's one thing I need to do. I will talk to him about it then. Hopefully it will show up before then.


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12/13/14 2:25 P

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Any kind of stress on your body, if extreme, can change things in your body, including your period. I have had changes in the length of my cycle, skipped cycles, and had less bleeding, when I changed workout routines, worked out more and ate differently. Most of the time everything goes back to normal, but you may want to see your doctor to let them know what has been going on and to make sure everything is ok.

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12/12/14 10:51 P

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I started a fitness and nutrition plan to loss weight before starting a family. I have gone off the pill and been off for awhile. Periods have been normal. I really started working out consistently since end of October. That's also when had my last period. I've taken two tests but both are negative. We are not trying yet. Did this happen to anyone else when starting weight loss plan?

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