Our expert says:
I do apologise for the delayed response.
What you are referring to is not an unusual event i.e an irregular cycle dates. In this situation it is very difficult to exactly determine the days of ovultion.
What I have referred to on a different posting with regards to ovultion refers mainly to patients with a regular cycle albeit not a 28 day cycle.
In your case, the only method of ovulation monitoring would be to do prospective daily urine tests from approximately day 10 of your cycle. This can be accomplished by using the CLEARPLAN - (urine ovulation testing kit), which is quite sensitive to the Lh hormone spikes in your blood.
Other reliable means of ovulation monitoring would be by the use of Ultra sound scans on a routine basis to detect the growth of the follicle, and this would enable one to determine more precisely your ovulation day, and also allow, and if necssary, to promote ovulation by a single injection called a trigger injection.
The fact that the cycle is irregular does not necessarily imply that fertility will be a major crisis. It simply makes timing of ovulation a bit more difficult.
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