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Is it normal to get early periods while trying to conceive ?

My periods are usually very regular. This month my period started 4 days early. My fiance and I have been trying to conceive and I have been keeping track of ovulation on an ovulation calender. My period was on January 23 and wasn t supposed to start until February 20 ( I have a 28 day cycle) On February 16 the calender said I could have some implantation bleeding , which that is the day I started cramping really bad and had some light bleeding. The next day the bleeding got heavier and was like a normal period and lasted 4-5 days. I took a HPT and it showed negative, so i don t know if it was too early or what s going on. I don t use any type of contraception .
Asked On : Wed, 23 Feb 2011
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Shortening of cycle by just four days is not a matter of concern. Sometimes the periods can get preponed due to mental tension, hormonal changes, etc.It is just luck that you have not conceived in this cycle. Better luck next time.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Wed, 23 Feb 2011
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