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March 24th, 2008, 01:56 PM
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Hey ladies i know i havent posted here in forever....since i dont chart anymore but i had a quick question maybe you guys know?

Hey ladies quick question iwas just wondering...maybe someone knows

Does how many days you bleed for (how long your period lasts) does it affect when you Ovulate?


For example my last cycle i bleed for 7 days, and by CD 17 i had a mature follie

so this cycle i bleed for 4 days should i have a Ovulated (if i even did) earlier than CD 17 lets say?!

I hope everyone understands my question lol

Thanks!
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March 26th, 2008, 03:53 AM
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I *think* I get what you're saying....but I wouldn't depend on how long you bleed to know when you're going to O. Even if you bleed the same amount of time each month, your O days could change. Make any sense?

Anywho, And good luck!
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