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Ovulation

Your time of ovulation is one of the most important things to understand because ovulation is a key factor in getting pregnant.
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Just before ovulation, basal body temperature usually drops, with a sharp increase right after ovulation. 
Huggies shares with you on what is a luteal phase, its symptoms and how it affects the Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin Hormone (hCG) during your pregnancy period.

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