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Late Period, Next Ovulation

My husband and I are ttc and this past month, my period was 1 1/2 weeks late (probably stress related). I had a Dr. appt scheduled but cancelled because my period finally arrived. I have a 32 day cycle and my last mp was on July 29. My question is, will I still ovulate at the normal time or will the late period affect it? I don't want to spend a lot of money on the ovulation test kits, I usually get the one that monitors for 7 days, so I want to make sure I use it around the right time. Thanks for the help!
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replied July 20th, 2019
Thanks for your question.
The indirect evidence of ovulation is a regular 24-28 days cycle.If you are late or irregular in cycle,you are probably not ovulating properly.So,target should be a regular cycle and if you have it,you can say that you are ovulating in between day 10 to day 16 of that cycle.
I hope I was able to address your query. If you have any further problems, please do not hesitate to go to the doctor.
Wishing you all the best.

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