Is it possible to ovulate but not have a period???
I had a miscarriage at 20 weeks in late January, and a D&C was performed. I had a peiod 35 days after surgery and am still waiting for my second period and it has been 45 days. I took ovulation test after my first period and it said I ovulated on March 10. My husband and I avoided those few days cause the doc told us to wait a couple months to start trying again. well i have not got a period since then and a few days ago I started taking ovulation test again and it said i ovulated yesterday. Is that possible to have ovulated back in March and then yesterday but never had a peiod between and am still waiting, I am confused cause I thought when you ovulated an egg was released and if not fertilized you got your period? Oh and I took a preg test and it was negative.
Since you were pregnant not to long ago, it does take a little while for your body to get back it to normal flow. I am in nursing school and my teacher has told us that you have to ovulate first before you can have a period. Maybe your hormone levels were up a little bit in march, but to the best of my knowledge you cannot have a period unless you have ovulated. Hope this helps.
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