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Hello I'm 28 Years old have a 3year old son. when I was 4 months prgo with him I had surgery. I had a large syst on my ovariey so the removed my whole right side. I have been on birth control for  sience my son was born up untill 04/20/2007. We have been trying again. What will my chances be? I had a period on may 8 NORMAL then on June 4 NOrmal then on June 30 Normal then on July 21 With alot heavier bleeding then normal and very bad cramps. Now my Breast are very sore and I have been urinating a lot more. What are my chances of getting pregnant. I took a test way early on July 30 and it was negative.
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Also on the 31st,1st,2nd I have had mojor cramping in my lower stomach, and a sharp pain. Could I have possibly concieved?
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If it is too early to test, nobody here can tell you if you are pregnant.  However, even if you have one ovary removed, the other one will still ovulate.  In fact, usually it will fill in for the one that is gone and ovulate every month (as opposed to every other month, which is what it did when there were two ovaries).
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Last night I had slit cramping in my right side what could that be? My periods  were May a 28 day cycle June a 23 day cycle and July and 18 day cycle that is not nor is it? Maybee because I just went off the pill recently? When do you guys think I should have it this month? My last one was July 21 for 3 days? My boobs have been really sore and I'm sleepy alot.. Any help would be grat... I'm very nervous.....
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