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July 6th, 2017, 08:13 AM
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Location: Ontario, Canada
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I am new to FAM and charting. I am 31, with 4 children an currently contemplating just ONE more

I have been on a few brands of pills over the years but finally figured out that they kill my sex drive. Currently using the withdrawal method, which is working fine, and an "oops" wouldn't be the worst thing in the world.

I have been noting my CM for the last few months and it is very obviously pointing to ovulation between CD8-CD11, in a 29-31 day cycle. I haven't tried temping, as my youngest (almost 2) wakes up once or twice a night still, and I'm the world's lightest sleeper. I'm generally up 4-5 times a night.

How common is ovulation that early in a cycle? I've had no problems getting pregnant in the past (the opposite, really!) but I have no idea if I've always ovulated this early or if this is a recent change. Just looking for any insight on this, thanks!
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July 14th, 2017, 10:12 AM
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I think its common
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August 28th, 2017, 12:54 AM
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It is nothing just hormonal changes. Whenever you have sex after a long time or take contraceptive pills then hormonal changes occur which result in the late period. So chill!
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September 21st, 2017, 10:46 PM
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Early ovulation is very common, sometime is happens because of hormonal Changes, stress, obesity or unusual weight loss and in worst cases due to diabetes and PCOS. So, check your cycle for 2-3 months. if nothing seems working then consult to a doctor. Good Luck.
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October 5th, 2017, 04:21 AM
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Early Ovulation is when a woman releases an egg from one of her ovaries before the expected time. This is very common. Ovulation can occur early or even late. In general ovulation can occur between day 12-16 even for a woman with a 28th day menstrual cycle. Women who has early ovulation are known to have a short follicular phase. That's why some women experience difficulty in getting pregnant. But this is not the case for all the women.
Hormonal imbalance can effect the ovulation, premature menopause, eating or drinking habits and lifestyle.
If you ovulate early in your menstrual cycle, ​your chances of getting pregnant or getting a BFP is reduced because the eggs produced when your ovulation comes too early are immature. But this is the case if you are facing this problem very long time. SO, have a ovulation test ASAP. Hope you find it helpful. ​
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October 23rd, 2017, 06:24 AM
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its very common to ovulate early. Generally the ovulation depend upon last menstrual period (LMP). Ovulation can be early or late entirely depending upon your physical health or stress can also effect your ovulation. Few months back, I had huge work load. And my periods and ovulation get super irregular. Then i maintained my work load and ate properly for few weeks, which helps me a lot. Then i got my ovulation regular. So, i think stress is also a very big reason for irregular ovulation. Don't be stressed. keep your eyes on your Cycle and it problem persists for long time then call a doctor. Good Luck.
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