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Trying to conceive, irregular periods, unsure about ovulation dates. Stopped birth control. How to improve fertility?

I was put on birth control at age 15. I have now been off of it for 8 months and I am going to be 23 in May. My husband and I have been actively trying to concieve. I have irregular periods. So I don t know when I ovulate. My doctor told me to take prenatals to increase my chances of concieving. I have been taking them for a month now. Do you have any advice for me?
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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there are various methods for checking have not written that what is the duration and interval of your cycle? You can use LH kits(ovulation detection kit) from 12th to 18th day every alternate day...or you can undergo ovulation study sonography...or you can meet your husband on 12th,14th,16th,18th,20th,22nd day of your cycle....that will increase your chance of conception...
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