Ovulation And The Pill

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schreck - July 10

Anyone ovulated early (more than 14 or so days before your next period) right after coming off the pill?

 

Rmora - July 10

I just got off the pill on the Sun the 29th of June. I had my period on Tuesday the 1st of July during my inactive white pills. ( this was right on schedule for me.) I want to be off the pill for a month and then try to conceive during August. But I wanted to monitor when and If I ovulate this month while off the pill, so that I can have a better idea of when I ovulate for next month. Anyways, I started testing my LH surge on Last monday the 7th. So far I have not ovulated early. According to all research I should have my LH surge somewhere between Saturday the 12th and Tues the 15th. And should Ovulate on the 16th of July. I will have to keep you posted because I am very curios myself. I am predicting that my ovulation will occur on schedule this month. But I do think that maybe next month it will be wacky. (I hope not, but I just have a crazy feeling.) And then the following month I am predicting it to be back to normal. Thanks for the intriguing question. Hope to see other feedback! I'll keep you posted on mine!

 

schreck - July 10

We are in the same boat! My period started June 25 and we are going to start trying after my next one. If I get pregnant this month it won't be a big deal. I had heard it is better to wait a month before trying. We have an 18 month old and when I went off the pill then my period was wacky the entire time. My cycle ranged from 30-37 days. I've never tracked my temp. or anything so I was just curious.

 

Rmora - July 10

I heard the same thing as you heard. That is is better to wait. But after reading more into that I found out that the reason Dr would prefer for you to wait is only because if your cycles are wacky it makes it hard for them to determine how far along you really are. I have also never tracked my temp either. But I bought some pretty cheap ovulation sticks online. After my first son it took about 3 or 4 months to get pregnant. But I was just trying whenever and however. So...I think that If I watch ovulation and try every other day during that surge time...I might up my chances!

 

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