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    Eithar_kh posted:
    hi there ..
    i just wanted to share with you my concerns about getting pregnant. I have been trying to get pregnant 2 years ago but for no use .. i even tried to do IVF but the doctors told me that i have a weak ovum although i already have 2 boys and i am trying for my third baby. However, i just wanted to know is really there is no medical cure for weak ovulation? and if there is what the doctors should do to know it is really weak ovulation or not because my doctor he only did ultrasound and i didnt do any other blood test.
     
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    kristine403 responded:
    Hi there, let me share here with you a site I have been using to track my ovulation period and I hope it could also help you. http://www.ovulation-predictor.org/


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