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    USNavyWife3792 posted:
    Was on depo for 3 years. Got off and 6 months later started periods naturally. Always on time and regular. Recently had a spurt of heavy flow, excessive bleeding so was put on Premarin to stop. And now on MedroxyPROGESTERone for 10 days. Was told it could help pregnancy due to hormone surges thatll happen. Is this true? Also any tips please. Been trying over a year and are a young military married couple
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    An_251165 responded:
    you can check your ovulating time through Homecheck Ovulation Test Kit.

    http://www.home-check.net.in/ovulation/ovulation-kit


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