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The time your period comes has really nothing to do with your ovulation, because your periods can be irregular, sometimes you may bleed late or early it doesn't mean you ovulated later or sooner. Sometimes you ovulate twice then bleed, periods can sometimes be misleading. Have a doctor evaluate you, and why is it that you have irregular periods. The doctor should be able to give you some ideas as to what you can do to increase your chances of pregnancy; assuming you're sexually active.

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