Really bad TOTM pains, but Im mid cycle, Is this typical on CD?

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  1. Bigmama2littlemama

    Bigmama2littlemama Full Member

    Good morning everyone,

    Hope you all had a good weekend :)

    Can you cycles really change on CD?


    bm2lm xx
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  3. LENNY4974

    LENNY4974 Silver Member

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    Just wanted to say that I have been on CD for 9 weeks now and my cycle has only now settled down and gone back to its regular routine (pill taker):sigh:

    Hope you feel better - it will sort itself out I promise.:)
  4. chicksy

    chicksy Full Member

    I have not had a TOTM for over a year now due to my coil but from day 2 of this diet I have had just a very light one!! Im glad its not just me :)
  5. lahodges87

    lahodges87 Full Member

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    hey - iv been on the pill for just over 4 years now n my cramps wer fine.....but now... grrr it feels like the times when i wasnt on it and not only that but i like to retain water aswell so i get all worked up about that aswell!! lol it reali does suck!!! but hey the totm sucks neway whether it hurts or not...sometimes i wish i was a man...for that reason and the reason that they loose weight easier but you no what i dnt think id want to be ... and i will keep any sexist comments about a mans intelligence to myself..haha
  6. poohbearmufc

    poohbearmufc Longing 2 b a yummy mummy

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    Hiya, I am into my 3rd week of SS, and I have been continually on since week 2. Mine is quite heavy though. I take the continuous pill so theoretically shouldn't be having them!!

  7. boofaloo

    boofaloo Gold Member

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    It isnt unusual to have changes to your menstrual cycle. These should settle down though as you continue with the diet.
    Have a word with your counsellor when you see him/her next and take pain killers to help the pain. There is no point suffering. xx
  8. thinwithin

    thinwithin Cambridge Diet Counsellor

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    Could be ovulation pains, I notice that when SS I tend to get more painful OV pains. I do also find that I don't suffer any pains during TOTM though!

    Hope this helps.

    H x
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