I have discovered that I was not aware of my cycle when coming off of the pill. In November, I began using a fertility monitor to test my ovulation. The first month, my peak day was day 26. I got a faintly positive pregnancy test on day 35 and then started my period on day 41. I learned that this may have been a chemical pregnancy.
This month the fertility monitor did show a single day of ovulation between days 10 and 29. It stopped asking for tests after that. I am now on day 41 again and have not started my period.
My question is...is it possible to skip a month of ovulation? Should I take a pregnancy test? Because we were waiting for the "peak days" we could have only conceived on day 32.
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