Hy I have experienced the same thing. My periods were every irregular and I was trying for years. A friend told me to buy selenium tablets and I started noticing more my ovulations and have a gorgeous 4 year old boy. good luck
p.s you can but selenium from holand and barretsView Thread
Hi. Can anybody please help me. I came off my implant on the 7th of may 2013. I have not had a period since but have experience some breast tenderness and a period cramp type of pain. I think I was ovulating yesterday as I notice the egg white like discharge. Is that possible? My periods have never been regular around 3 to 4 months whilst on the implant and had my last period on march. Can I have ovulated and therefore be pregnant? I am still experiencing cramps and slight tenderness on my breasts. Please can anybody help me I am so confused.View Thread
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