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Cycle Luteal Phase
Lh surge detected positive on Jan 4th after no LH surges on Dec 31st 2015, and Jan 1, 2, and 3rd 2016. We had sex on Dec 31 2015 and Jan 1, 2, 3, 5, and 7th. Now I have a bloated stomach. I don't know if it's normal or not. 28 days cycle. Luteal phase
Wait and see: It sounds like you are trying to conceive. If you had an LH surge on the 4th and had sex the day before and day after then hopefully you successfully conceived. You will need to be patient and wait and see if you miss your next menstrual cycle. If so then check a pregnancy test. ...Read more
The luteal phase (or secretory phase) is the latter phase of the menstrual cycle (in humans and a few other animals) or the estrous cycle (in other placental mammals). It begins with the formation of the corpus luteum and ends in either pregnancy or luteolysis. The main hormone associated with this stage is progesterone, which is significantly higher ...Read more
Did I have sex on my ovulation day period this month was4/2 had sex4/17 there are 30days in my cycle luteal phase 16 other periods was 2/1/13 an 3/3/13?
Does a short follicular phase affect fertility? I ovulate on day 9 or 10 of my cycle. My luteal phase is always 16 days.
Can you have a early luteal phase and still achieve pregnancy 30 day cycle early luteal phase 4 days cm cramps on n off since 3/27-4/3 4/4 cramps?
Luteal phase: The first “half” of the menstrual cycle can vary. The Luteal phase generally last 14 days if pregnancy does not occur. Cervical mucous is not always an accurate tool to determine exactly when ovulation occurs. If your pain/cramps continue consider seeing ab Obgyn. If you miss your period the certainly check pregnancy test ...Read more
Long cycles but short luteal phase 4 months after discontinuing the pill. Diagnose? Treatment? Ps. Before the pill, normal cycles.
Long cycles: Probably your system is still adjusting after the bcp's. Give it some additional time to adjust unless your anxious to conceive. ...Read more
How many mg of vit B6 to take for luteal phase defect? 29 day cycle, ovulation day 20, luteal phase of 10 days. Thanks
Non-proven therapy: Vitamin therapy for luteal phase defect is unproven; I know of no convincing evidence that it has nay impact on lpd at all. Therefore, there's no recommendation for 'how much' to take. You might be aware that experts do not even agree on the impact of lpd and whether it needs to be treated at all. ...Read more
Ovulation on 27th day of cycle and 15 days luteal phase. Is it normal? The cause is my 2* 3cm ovarian cyst or something else? What should I do?
See an OB/GYN: Cannot diagnose this without an exam. Go see someone soon. ...Read more
Test on 2nd day of period, FSH came 4.96 ref level in report :follicular phase : 2.8 -11.3 mid-cycle : 5.8-21 luteal phase : 1.2 - 9.0.Is this normal?
Depends: Lab tests must be analyzed knowing the individual and their specific history. What you describe sounds normal. Confirm with your doctor. ...Read more
Clomid (clomiphene) cycle. Vaginal progesterone for luteal phase.14dpo today and I am starting to bleed (period).can I stop vaginal progesterone alltogether today?
I've been tracking my temp for 3 cycles. 9 day luteal phase for each. This cycle I am already 11 dpo. Could this mean I am pregnant?
Possible: If you don't get your periods would check a pregnancy test in 3 days to know. Good luck! ...Read more
TTC for 8 months. Cycle 24-26 days. Luteal phase 9-10 days. This cycle I ovulated on day 14. BD 4/6 fertile days. What else can I do to get pregnant?
See a Gynecologist: If your luteal phase is truly 9-10 days, you have a luteal phase defect and the possible explanation for your failure to conceive. Try testing days 9-13 to see if your ovulating sooner. If indeed, you have an inadequate luteal phase, you will need to see Gyn for appropriate testing and medication. Meanwhile, get a semen analysis and keep trying. Good luck! ...Read more
Luteal phase: Well realistically, you probably can't. Why do you think your luteal phase needs lengthening? Some women get a longer luteal phase when on clomiphene, though it's not consistent. If you have a documented luteal-phase defect and worried about miscarriage, supplemental Progesterone sometimes helps. ...Read more
11+ days: The luteal phase starts after ovulation and is 14 days by the textbook. We usually think that the minimum length is about 11 days. To determine the length, you need to accurately know the day of ovulation, as many times a day can make the difference between normal & abnormal. You need an accurate diagnosis to prevent unnecessary and thus ineffective treatment. Best wishes. ...Read more
The luteal phase is 10-14 days after ovulation and before the next menstrual period. It starts when the ovary begins producing progesterone, just after the ovulation surge and just before ovulation. It ends with the next menstrual flow.
The luteal phase can be defined by ovulation prediction kits, temperature charts, ultrasound, and blood tests. ...Read more
Cycle day: Cycle day 24 would be in the late luteal phase if your cycle. The follicular phase is before ovulation, and the luteal phase is after. In a normal 28 day cycle, cycle day 1 is the first day of your period. Ovulation occurs on cycle day 14. If you don't get pregnant, your period will come on cycle day 28. So. Anything after cycle day 14 and you period is your luteal phase ...Read more
No, but...: These luteal of your menstrual cycle is generally 13-15 days & can be calculated from the first day of your menstrual period back. It is the most consistent part of your cycle. This is may not be as consistent in young woman yourself, dep on how long you've had u'r period. The menstrual & proliferative follicular) phases of the cycle are the ones that tend to be irregular when there is an issue. ...Read more
2nd half of cycle: The menstrual cycle is divided into four sections. In order, the follicular, ovulatory, luteal, and menstrual phases. At ovulation, approx. Day 14-15, the egg leaves the follicle. The luteal phase follows and typically lasts 14 days - the last 14 days before menses starts. Looking at a temp. Chart, or testing with an ovulation kit are two ways to infer the luteal phase. ...Read more
See below: The luteal phase (or secretory phase) is the latter phase of the menstrual cycle (in humans and a few other animals) or the estrous cycle (in other placental mammals). It begins with the formation of the corpus luteum and ends in either pregnancy or luteolysis. The main hormone associated with this stage is progesterone, which is significantly higher during the luteal phase. ...Read more
No: This is not indicative of any reason for concern, good wishes to you. ...Read more
Test and Question: You need some information to understand the luteal phase. You can check the number of days after ovulation, measure Progesterone (p4) levels, or biopsy the endometrium to indirectly see the effect of p4. Luteal phase defect (lpd) implies a low p4 after ovulation. The diagnosis is controversial because measuring p4 is easy but interpreting the results is tricky. ...Read more
Yea: That is on the shorter end of the average luteal phase (14 days) but it can vary from woman to woman. ...Read more
It could be: Depends partly on how much they vary and how you determine it; anything 12-15 days coul be reasonable. ...Read more