You were so good all week. But then you snuck a doughnut ... and then
another. To get back on track quickly, start here.
There's that dreaded point in every diet — for me, it's after the first 10
pounds — when you start to slack off a little. You skip lunch one Saturday, and
later that night at a restaurant with your husband,...
If weight loss alone doesn't start ovulation (or if you don't need to lose weight), your doctor may have you try a medicine such as metformin or clomiphene to help you start to ovulate.
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