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Can You Ovulate And Not Get A Period
Yes, rarely: Ovulation is the release of an egg from the ovary. Usually the hormones that produce a menstrual flow are associated with ovulation, but not always. A persistent corpus luteum can produce hormones beyond the normal time and extend the flow. A uterus with damaged endometrium might be unable to respond to hormones. ...Read more
Can a woman ovulate & not get a period until 1-2 months after? If so is the just hanging around until a period begins?
Not really : if and when one ovulated one of two things happen. Either you get pregnant or you don't. If you do not get pregnant the egg dies in about 14 days which triggers a withdrawal in hormones causing a cycle. If your periods are irregular then you are not ovulating or not ovulating consistently ...Read more
Possibly: Some patients may not have a period after they stop birth control pills and may have ovulated in the first month. This does not always happen but could occur in some women. ...Read more
I'm 6.5 weeks pg I went for an early scan yesterday. They told me the baby was growing well & I was ovulating. How is this possible? Will I get period?
Is there a way to control your hunger from ovulation to period? I mean I work out a lot and eat lots of veggies but cravings get insane please help?
What r u craving?: I wonder if you have some sort of nutritional deficiency. It is not normal to have overwhelming cravings just because you are in a certain part if your period. ...Read more
Different ovulation: It usually doesn't change whether some brown ovulation or other but it should react the same. Ensuring that we both assume the same thing. There should be no difference and they progress the same one may be a little later than the other. But have to watch your symptoms as you go. ...Read more
14 days before: Ovulation occurs consistently about 14 days before your next cycle. If you know how many days there are from the first day of the bleeding to the next during your normal cycle just subtract 14 days. This allows you to predict when you should be ovulating. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers