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On logynon, trying to conceive, spotting for 2 weeks. Is it that i am still not ovulating? Anything wrong?

hi. i was on logynon for almost 4 years and i stopped it early October 2012. am now trying to conceive but in vain. i got my period soon after 16/10/12 and for November i really cant tell when it came since i started spotting and the flow came and lasted for almost two weeks. next one was on 1/12/12 and 28/12/12 then 26/01/13/ and 23/02/13. is it that am still not ovulating or they might be something wrong with me?? Am 25 years!
Asked On : Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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Mar 2013
Thank you for your query.
After stopping oral contraceptive pills, return to ovulation and fertility is almost always fast.
In rare instances, it might take upto 3 - 6 months.
Your past periods over the last three months, as per the dates you mention, seem to be normal.
It seems a rare possbility that you are not ovulating.
However, i would ask you to use ovulation predictor kits or consult a doctor for follicular monitoring to confirm ovulation.
Also get your husband's semen analysis done.
Be sexually active and physically fit, particularly around peri ovulatory days.
Meanwhile, if you fail to conceive within a year, consult a good Fertility specialist for further evaluation of your fallopian tubes etc.
Take care, and be positive
Answered: Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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