I'm on a 27 day cycle with only 2-3 days of non-heavy bleeding. is this something i should be concerned about if i'm trying to get pregnant?

A 27 day cycle is on the

A 27 day cycle is on the shorter side of normal, but is entirely possible to be normal - particularly if you consistently have the same length and duration every month. The more important question to ask is if you are ovulating during that cycle. Whether you chart your temperature or use other ovulation detection methods, becoming aware of what your body is doing offers you the information you need.


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