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Date of ovulation: Sources and notes

> The Great Book of Pregnancy, French National College of Gynecologists-Obstetricians, Eyrolles, 2014-2015.

> The Big Book of Gynecology, French National College of Gynecologists-Obstetricians, Eyrolles, 2013.

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