Should I talk to my doctor about ovulation?

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Women with normal ovulation should still discuss it with their doctor as part of an overall discussion of their menstrual cycle. Also discuss ovulation with your doctor if you are planning to get pregnant, especially if you are having trouble conceiving. Women who have infrequent menstrual periods or who don't menstruate at all should discuss ovulation with their doctors. They may have a hormonal imbalance that is affecting ovulation.

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