A member asked:

I found my cycle average to be 35days for the past 1year. (33,34,44,42,40,36,32,37,36,31,28)this month, im on day40&still no period.is it anovulation?

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Dr. Peter Baumann answered

Specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology

Typically, a 32 day cycle is considered the longest time span a cycle can be considered fertile, i.e, with ovulation happening that can lead to pregnancy. That does not mean if cycles are longer there is no ovulation. If a woman feels it is taking extraordinarily long for her to come on her period, a pregnancy test should be done.

Answered Nov 28, 2017

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