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Had unprotected sex. Sudden weight gain. Negative pregnancy test. When does ovulation occur?

i had given birth to a baby boy on 18th april 2012 by ceaseren opration and i am not breastfeeding the baby as the milk does not come my weight is 79 kgs and heigth is 161cm before about 1 month my weight was in the range of 75-76 kgs but now it suddenly came up to 79 kgs can this happen due to pregnancy as my periods dates after pregnancy are 24thmay,28thjune,25thjuly,25th august ,21st september, 19th octoberand 12thnovember and my LMP is 16/12/2012 and i had unprotected sex on 29th and 31st of december after that on 14th january 2013 i took pregnancy test with fresh sample which came out negative till now i have not got my periods this is my situation i have presented before you please consult me what is my average cycle length or my cycle length does the ovulation occurs on 14th day of cycle for every woman or it is differerent for different women on my previous pregnancy i had sex on 16th day of my cycle
Asked On : Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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May 2013
Thanks for the query.
Menstrual cycle length and time of ovulation varies from person to person and can vary in same person also.
Usually cycle length between 21 to 35 days can be taken as normal.
Weight changes can affect the menstrual cycle and also the time of ovulation.
And urine pregnancy test kit may not detect early pregnancy sometimes.
So, better to go for blood test for pregnancy or ultrasound.
Compared with urine test for pregnancy, above investigations usually give accurate result.
If they exclude the possibility of pregnancy, possibly you will get periods soon.
Decreasing the weight can help in regularization of menstrual cycles.
Take care.
Answered: Tue, 31 Dec 2013
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