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Do Woman 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
Yes: Happens in every cycle healthy female if you have no other problems like poly cystic ovaries ...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
See below: If a woman does not become pregnant, having vaginal intercourse is not likely to cause her to miss her period. ...Read more
So, if a woman had period every month on time for 4 months, is she definitely NOT pregnant? I read you bleed every month when pregnant like period?
Asked and Answered: Your question has repeatedly, graciously, accurately been answered for free. It is extremely rude to keep asking us the same question here. ...Read more
Always had healthy ovulation.can i conceive first ovulation after birth(breastfeeding 3mth old)if i needed 1 cycle clomid (clomiphene) to get pregnant last time?
I have PCOS but ovulate every cycle (cycles usually last 50 days). I'm having sex around the right time every month but still not getting pregnant. ?
How do I know if I ovulate every month? I get my period every month but I don't know if I ovulate every month.
Ovulation predictor: Women who don't ovulate don't have regular periods. An ovulation predictor kit is a good way of confirming that you are ovulating - get from a pharmacy, don't buy a monitor. Start testing every day from day 10 in your cycle (day 1 is the first day of your period). Test between 10 am and noon. If you test for a couple of months and it's not working see your OB or a fertility specialist if ttc. ...Read more
Doctor why my period is don't missing even my ovulation predictor is negative?If Every women have getting every month correct ovulation?
Usually: I believe this answers your question- (if not please re submit). Periods that are predictably regular are most often associated with ovulation, however you can have anovulatory cycles with "relatively" regular periods. Ovulation kits use LH (lutenizng hormone) elevations to track ovulation. See your doctor to check hormones if you are having concerns. ...Read more
I have one ovary, then i might ovulate every month.(with Clomid (clomiphene) i ovulated every month. Also I am having periods every month)?
Low egg supply: You can still ovulate, and get pregnant if your tubes are ok. See a fertility specialist (rei) to get checked out: having one ovary removed, at any age, puts you at high risk for diminished ovarian reserve (low egg supply) - lower egg numbers and quality. Treatments include releasing more than one egg with Clomid (clomiphene) or Letrozole or using injectable medicines. Some women need in vitro fertilization. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not necessarily: Cycles this long are strongly suggestive of anovulation and need to be evaluated. Even if you are not trying to get pregnant, over time, this can increase the risk of endometrial cancer and may be a symptom of thyroid disease, diabetes, or polycystic ovarian syndrome. You need to be evaluated by a doctor to find out why this is happening and treat it. Best wishes. ...Read more
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