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    just got off the pill
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    sherryreid76 posted:
    yes we are trying for our 3rd and right when i got off the pill i had a very heavy period , then i used the ovulation test to find out when I will be ovulating nothing then i started my period again a little early does it take time when you stop the pill to start ovulating again i never had this problem with my first two any help thanks.
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    mrs62610 responded:
    For some people it takes awhile for others it doesn't. When I stopped taking birth control (b/c). I didn't start ovulating again until my dr put me on Clomid. However, my sister-in-law got pregnant the first month after stopping her b/c. If you think you are not ovulating then I would call your dr and ask what they recommend.


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