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Ovulation Question ~TMI maybe~


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October 30th, 2007, 06:48 PM
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I am 5 months PP and we want to use NFP instead of condoms. I have been trying to track by CM because my temp is all over the place. Anyway, is it possible to ovulate without a period?? I have PCOS so I don't get one more than a couple times a year anyway, and got pregnant is DS 3 months after AF. If you can ovulate, can you O more than once a month?? I think I've done it twice this month for the first time since his birth!!
Also DH and I DTD unprotected about 3 days before I thought I O'd... could it be preg??
Please help!!

I'm not really familiar with all this and my body is so messed up anyway!!

Thanks in advance!!
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November 1st, 2007, 02:50 AM
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It is very rare to ovulate twice in month, so I'd say you most likely got READY to O then it was delayed a little while. You cannot O and then not have a period-- unless you're pregnant.

While breastfeeding it's extremely common to get patches of fertile cervical mucus that don't necessarily indicate ovulation.
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