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    Ovulation Question
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    1Diva4Christ posted:
    Greetings!

    I need some help....FAST! I had my period TWICE on the 4th & 26th on May. June has come & gone with NO CYCLE! My charts show that my fertile days is July 4th - 7th (the 7th being my most fertile day).

    My 1st question is, with two HPT taken (negative) could I still be pregant because of the pain on my left side?

    My 2nd question is, will my body ovulate even though I didn't have a cycle at all in June?

    My fertility doc stated that I need to have my left tube removed because it's blocked. We haven't been able to have the operation yet due to the funds.

    Thanks for your help with this matter!
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