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I'll try asking again as I don't think I put my main question very clearly last time.

I've been told ovulation occurs only with cycles less than 42 days long.

If that's true, does that mean if I have 90 days between 2 cycles I can't have ovulated? (i.e. Can ovulation occur more than 6 weeks after a previous period?)
 

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Ovulation can occur in any length of cycle. I have known some women who only ovulate once every 2 or 3 months and that is normal for them. The main thing to remember is that ovulation occurs 14 days before the period so if you have a regular 80 day cycle then ovulation would be on day 66.

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