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Do We Ovulate Every Month
Not always: The best marker for ovulation monthly is to have a menstrual cycle monthly. If cycles are light, irregular and spaced out farther than 35 days, it is a sign you may not be ovulating regularly. There are many reasons for not ovulating and it may take a visit to your provider to get an explanation. If you do not ovulate regularly for many months or years there is an higher risk of uterine cancer. ...Read more
Not necessarily: You may not ovulate on the exact same cycle day each month, but most women tend to follow a similar pattern. I would expect that you can rely on populating plus or -1 to 2 days each month. If you're trying to become pregnant, doing an ovulation test for three or four months should help you know fairly precisely what your pattern is. ...Read more
Yes: It is possible. This is called anovulatory cycles. ...Read more
Does every female 100% ovulate once a month? Also can u rely on a proMatris ovulation test. As dont seem to be picking up any sign of ovulating.?
Cycles: If you have your period you know you ovulated that cycle. Many women learn to feel the release of the readied egg. This is called Mittelshmerz. Ovulation happens just shy of halfway through. So in a 28 day cycle day 13/14. That means sperm causes pregnancy days eight to fourteen. Simple. Not complicated. ...Read more
Yes: this is 100% normal and to be expected. good wishes. ...Read more
It doesn't: I'm assuming you're using ovulation prediction kits. Once your surge happens it takes a period of time for the LH to go back down below a level where it goes below the test levels indicated to be positive. I addition if you are checking the LH very often you will pick up a positive a bit before the actual surge. I tell my patients once you have a positive test to stop & save for the next cycle ...Read more
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No: You ovulate only once per cycle, but if your cycle length varies, it is usually the first half of the cycle - the time from when your period starts until the day you ovulate - that varies. The second half of the cycle, from ovulation until your next period or pregnancy, should be about 13-14 days in most women. If your cycles are very long see a rei specialist (40 days +) or if ttc without success. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mostly true: If you have regular cycles - and that means 27-32 days, and don't miss more than 1 period per year, let's say - then 98% you are ovulating consistently. The actual day may vary from month to month. ...Read more
Every month I have ovulation pain on the right side. I have never felt this on the left. Is it normal?
Every month I have positive opk 7-10ish and then again like on 14-18. (just a example) do I ovulate 2 times? Which one do I trust?
OPKs: These just measure urinary leutinizing hormone. Take the number of days from start of one period to start of next and divide in half and count from day one of your period and start checking your OPKs 2-3 days before that day. Once you have a positive, you are likely ovulating in 24 hours. Save the left over kits for the next cycle. ...Read more
I get seriously painful ovulation every other month, always my left side. I'm doubled up in pain. Only started a few months ago. Any ideas please?
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