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Used femilon, stopped, pre menstrual spotting, want child. Does it mean that i am ovulating?

I have used femilon with the suggestion of a gynicologist for an year. It has been 1 year that i stopped using the pills.. Peviously my average cycle was like
35 days. While using the pills it was a regular 27 days cycle. Once I stopped the pills iy has reached to 45 days and also i noticed pre menstrual spotting for
3-5 days in these long cycles. Does it mean that i am ovulationg ?
I am planning for a baby. Kindly suggest me for having good chances of conception.
Asked On : Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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The longer duration of your cycles may be due to anovulatory cycles. You need to have ovulation studies during your mid cycle after consulting your gynecologist to know about the ovulation. Test kits are also available for the same.
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Answered: Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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