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    dsmith4242 posted:
    I was wondering if I still ovulate without getting my period. I am trying to get pregnant but i have a very irregular peiod. I was on the pill for about 3 years and have been off for about 10 months. I have not had my period for 4 months and have only had it once in the past 8.... HELP
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Well, if you haven't been getting your period it usually means you have not been ovulating. You ovulate about two weeks before you get your period so it's possible you could ovulate at any time.
     
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    bamamomma09 responded:
    you can ovulate without a period. i hadnt had one in over four months when i got pregnant with my daughter. i didnt think i could because i wasnt having a period but i learned well after you can.....


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