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    lynmartin posted:
    Can I get feedback on ovulation? I haven't had a period since going off of bc in May 2011, just last week I, by chance, checked my cervical mucus and it was consistent with impending ovulation! I know it's possible to ovulate and not have a period--but I'm just curious to see if anyone else has had this experience.
    I'm about to do ANOTHER round of Provera then Clomid, so I should probably wait a couple of weeks and take a pg test before doing this...just in case the cervical mucus thing wasn't a fluke? Hope this makes sense, I'm kinda all over the place this morning
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    Romieee responded:
    It is still possible to ovulate with a missed period. I had the same problem, i ovulated after i missed my period and got pregnant.


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