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    Ovulation on day 24?
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    An_245015 posted:
    So I've been trying to track my ovulation since August with no success. I always give us around day 20. We bought the clear blue easy fertility monitor and it says I ovulated on day 24. My periods are regular so I should start on day 32. Aren't you supposed to ovulate halfway through your cycle? Will this decrease our chances of getting pregnant?
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