Ok .. it seems I have to start all over at the beginning with OPK's and stuff. My period came 5 days early so I have no idea where my cycle is right now. I talked with my Dr today and he said that it is normal right after surgery for your body to recalibrate and for hormones to re-adjust and that means getting your period early. So he wasnt concerned. I asked if it would be a good idea to start using an OPK every day of this cycle so that I know exactly where I am at. I use mymonthlycycles.com to track my period and it has a spot for luteal phase and it is set on 14. How do I know this is right? How do I determine mine? I feel so silly, like I should know the answer to this question. Thanks ladies :) Lots babydust to everyone!
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