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What is the chance of getting pregnant if there is no ovulation symptoms in the month and your period is late?

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2006-09-20 16:20:01
2006-09-20 16:20:01

The chances are slim I would say. I have abnormal cycles and suffer from secondary anovulation. I have a condition called PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome). This causes a hormone imbalance. My cycles can be 28 days apart but also have been 6 months apart. With no pregnancy. I would contact your doctor to see if you need to run tests. Melanie if you know your body and you know that it is not normal for you to skip ovulation (if you can truly tell when you ovulate) then in my opinion you should take a pregnancy test.

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