Hi Dr Jessup, i'm just wondering if it is a problem if you ovulate when taking the Pill at the start of the Long Down Regulation Cycle. I started taking the Pill on Day 5 (29th September) and i have always been able to feel ovulation. I had some niggles around the time i was due to ovulate and thought maybe i had (wasn't as strong as normal). I took my temperature this morning to see if that would shed some light and my temp is 37 which is a post-ov temp for me (based on temping during TTC naturally). I've read the Pill is to stop implantation during Down Reg so from this i assume it doesn't matter. I just thought i'd ask as i cannot find anything specifically referring to this on the internet and just want to put my mind at ease. Thanks for your time.
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Ovulating when taking the Pill on Long Down Reg Cycle
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