A 38-year-old female asked:
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was told 9 day luteal phase means ovaries not working well and aging quicker is this true in my case: 30 yr day 2 e2 105pmol/l fsh 6.4 iu/l?

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Dr. Luis Gonzalez
38 years experience Obstetrics and Gynecology
Not necessarily !: A "short luteal phase" (normally 14 days) may be due to many things related to ovarian function. The fsh and e2 are normal. More history and evaluation is needed before asserting this conclusion.
Answered on Jan 22, 2014
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