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    Default This might seem like a silly question but ...

    Does the day that you normally ovulate change after you have a baby ?? I used to ovulate on day 15 or 16 before DD3 was born (28 day cycle) she is now 4 months & i'm still having 28 day cycles so does that mean i would probably still OV on the same day or can OV change month to month ?

    I know the answer would be to get an OPK but we aren't 'actively' TTC atm so just thought i'd ask some hubbers in the know

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    Default This might seem like a silly question but ...

    You should stay the same if your cycle length is the same as before baby.


 

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