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Can You Still Ovulate During Menopause
The absence of menstrual periods for 12 months. During menopause, the ovaries stop producing estrogen and progesterone. After the complete transition into menopause, women can no longer get pregnant. The average age for menopause is 51 years old. Symptoms include dry vaginal tissue, irregular periods, hot flashes, mood ...Read more
Unlikely to help: Even young fertile women can have periods with no ovulation. So the best way to determine if you might be menopausal is. #1 the clinical definition which is no menstrual bleed for a year or more in an age appropriate female. #2 having your hormone levels, pituitary and ovarian checked. See your primary doctor or gyn to discuss this. Until you know, use contraception unless you desire pregnancy. ...Read more
I have been diagnosed with menopause at 21 and now i'm 28 years old and had white leakedge on my paints is this ovulating?
MD-evaluate discharge: You'll need 30 more yrs of HRT than average. This should be managed with care and great precision. I would recommend saliva testing and bioidentical hormones transdermally. The balance and ratios of estradiol, estriol, progesterone and testosterone should all be maintained at a normal level for a healthy 25 year old. The vaginal discharge and uterine lining should be evaluated by your GYN. ...Read more
I am post menopausal (57) but have recently been feeling the strained discomfort I used to feel when ovulating. what causes this? is something wrong?
Will taking clomiphene increase my chances of ovulating - I may be menopausal as I have not had a period for 12 months?
What part of a women's monthly cycle are the hormone levels closest to once through menopause? Before ovulation? After? Right after period? Etc
I'm 22 almost 23yrs old, and during my period i kinda get hot flushes. Not bad like my mom has with menopause but still disturbing. Is this normal?
Im almost 23yrs old and i kinda get hot flushes before and during my period. Not as bad as my mom with menopause but still frustrating is this normal?
I am 53 years old woman, still menopause is not reached.Heavy bleeding during regular periods of 25 or 27 days.Lots of fibroids in uterous?
Fibroids/bleeding: You need to see a gyn physician as soon as possible. Yes you are in the perimenopause phase which is characterised by menstrual changes from heavy regular to heavy irregular menstrual bleeding. Soon it will change to scanty missed periods in between months. However, in the presence of fibroids the pattern could be affected in an unpredictable way. You also need endomtrial biopsy to rule out cancer. ...Read more
After my natural miscarriage My period came on time, but have been spotting for 2 weeks since my period. can you still ovulate during spotting?
Yes but: Unlikely if protection was used correctly; actual failure risk depends on type of 'protection.'. ...Read more
What happens to LH surge during ovulation? Would the LH detector still give a positive read if u are ovulating?
Yes it could: An lh surge is triggered when estrogen production from a growing follicle reaches a certain level. Some lh surges go up and down in 1 day. Others can be positive for 3-4 days. Ovulation usually occurs 24-36 hours after the peak so it is possible that the lh surge could still be positive during or after ovulation. Ovulation is triggered by the lh surge but the lh surge is not changed by ovulation. ...Read more
Do bcps still protect during time of cycle you should be ovulating? Took a pill 2 hours late during 2nd week of pill pack. Worried!
Don't worry be happy: Contraceptive pills prevent pregnancy mostly by preventing you from ovulating. As long as you have been taking your pills regularly every day, you do not have much to worry about. Your risk is 6 to 8% though. If you'dlike a most effective method of contraception (99%) ask a knowledgeable and caring Gyn for a LARC,Long-Acting-Reversible-Contraceptive like an IUD or a subdermal implant.Be happier ...Read more
If i experience pain during ovulation, is that still the good day to try to be pregnant? Cause relations are painful at this moment!
Blood in discharge during ovulation. This is the 2nd time per ovulation this has happened. Not a lot but still alarming. Is this normal? Also no pain
Normal: A small amount of spotting during ovulation not uncommon. This may be caused by the rupturing of the follicle releasing the egg. Sometimes there is pain associated known as mittleshmerz, German for "middle pain", and can shift from side to side every month as eggs come from either ovary. ...Read more
How to get pregnant?: Yes. Of course. This is the time that you are most likely to be fertile and for insemination to occur. This is the very point of the million answers here trying to teach women that they can know their cycle and live with less mystery and fear. This site is revolutionary in that respect. Millions of women are reading about this and, I am hopeful, learning that they have the power of knowledge. ...Read more
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