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I took EC on July 16th and have had two periods since, and no known pregnancy risks since July 16th. But man, did that EC hit me hard. Nothing surprises me about that stuff now. So, a question about ovulation! Is it possible to take EC, get a period, ovulate again at a normal, mid cycle time (10-14 days, about August 6th), and then ovulate again the day before the next period comes (Aug. 20th)?
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Robin Lee
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Anything is possible with the body. Some research has shown that some people do ovulate more than once in a cycle, not because they took EC but just because that's what their bodies did. What makes you think you ovulated twice?


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