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Posted by: Ren | 2009/11/08

ovulation kit

Hi doc

I no longer wish to use contraception.

I' ve heard that there are ovulation kits available to measure when ovulation is taking place.

Are these reliable, where do I get them and what are they called?

Thanks

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These can be obtained from pharmacies and are reasonably reliable if used correctly. Just ask for an ovulation kit.

Best wishes

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Posted by: gynaedoc | 2009/11/10

These can be obtained from pharmacies and are reasonably reliable if used correctly. Just ask for an ovulation kit.

Best wishes

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Posted by: sibongile | 2009/11/09

really want to have a chilld.

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Posted by: ann | 2009/11/09

ovulation predictor kits should not be used as contraception. They are also expensive, you can get them at clicks, dischem etc.

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