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If I started my period 4 days later than the date I was supposed to , does that me I will probably ovulate 4 days later than usual too??
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replied May 25th, 2006
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No, it does not mean that ovulation will be exactly 4 days beofre ....You can ovulate earlier or a little later . You have the right idea though ! Usually your luteal phase remains the same (varies by a couples of day at the most each month).
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replied May 25th, 2006
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Oh by the way. The reason your got your period 4 days later is because you ovulated later....
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replied May 25th, 2006
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Hey emma2 thanks for your response!!!

So you think that there may still be a chance that I ovulated around 14 days after the first day of my last period, even if my period was late. I hope so, I just hope I didn't ovualte later than I thought. I am having lots of stomach cramps, but the cm is not like it was a week ago when I suspected I was ovulating. I wonder if the cm will change if I did in fact become pregnant a week ago?????? Thank you so much for your advice.

-court1
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replied May 25th, 2006
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If you have a 14 day luteal phase then yes. Your luteal phase doesnt change. It is fairly consistent. What varies the most is ovulation.
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