Dr. Walmer thank you for your reply. I have had bloodwork done twice - My estrogen level was 38 pg/ml. I was told this is low and that is why I was having the sever PMS mood swings etc. The patch has helped, but no period since which has me worried. Last period: Sept 2. Went on patch Sept 5. Used OPK - ovulated on Sept 15 (around day 14, before patch ov was usually day 11) No period since then.
Hi, I am on .025 estrogen patch for the last two months to help with very severe & debilitating PMS. It has really helped with PMS symptoms. I had a very regular cycle before and was ovulating regularly based on OPKs. But have not had a period since starting on the estrogen. Is it possible to TTC while on estrogen? Should patch be worn for the two weeks between ovulation and period instead of all the time like it was prescribed?View Thread
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