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yes does anyone know when you start ovulating after stoping the pill , when i got off the pill i started my period right away and it was very very heavy then i started tracking my ovulation days with a test but nothing then i just started my period again a week earlier that it is suppose to but still no ovulation any suggestions.
1 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:just got off the pillyes does anyone know when you start ovulating after stoping the pill , when i got off the pill i started my period right away and it was very very heavy then i started tracking my ovulation days with a test but nothing then i just started my period again a week earlier that it is suppose to but still no ovulation any suggestions.
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