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    Regular period - but don't think I ovulate. Possible?
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    jaycee28 posted:
    A little background... I just turned 35, have 9 yr old twins conceived with IVF. I have stage 3 endo which was thought to be the issue. I conceived 1 time before my twins & 1 time after (m/c both times). After the last m/c when my twins were about 20mths I stayed on bc for about 6 years. About 1.5 year ago I stopped the pills for about 6 mths when my current dh and I decided to "see what happens" then started back on them again until 3 mths ago. My periods have been regular, but I have none of the ovulation signs...never have. The 1 time I KNEW I ovulated what when I got pg 7+ yrs ago. Is it possible that I'm not ovulating even though my periods have always been regular?
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