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Fertility And Ovulation Difference
Ovulation: Women with regular cycles, have a surge in lh hormone levels that matures and ovulates (releases) the egg 24 - 48 hours later. You can ovulate a good or bad egg with this process and this is your fertile period. Still, as you get older, you may ovulate more abnormal eggs and have a lower chance of conceiving with each cycle. ...Read more
Bleeding natural: Bleeding is neither good or bad but is natural and usually a sign of implantation of the egg to the endometrium. It is very good and helpful at times for the pregnancy dating. the prenatal vitamins are to keep you healthy and provide the best available supplements for your pregnancy. It however keeps you healthy but does not effect fertility except indirectly in keeping you healthy. ...Read more
What is the relationship between ovulation, fertilization, and menstruation hormones? Show graph plz.
See picture: In the first half of the cycle, rising Estradiol (yellow) from a developing follicle gets high enough to induce a surge in lh or luteinizing hormone (blue). The lh surge causes ovulation 24-36 hours later, and the egg can be fertilized the next day or two. In the second half of the cycle, the cyst left after ovulation or corpus luteum (yellow at top) makes Progesterone (purple) and estradiol. ...Read more
Very little.: I suppose, technically speaking, ovulation is a single even that happens when the egg is released from the ovary. Then, you have about 5 days that follow after ovulation when you are most fertile. If you have a period cycle of about 28 days, ovulation is usually around day 14. Making days 14 - 20 your "fertile days." this is important if you are trying to conceive. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How reliable cd3 antral follicle count is in determining the ovarian reserve and likelihood of achieving natural pregnancy? Does it vary from month..
What are pregnancy chances with a scarred cervix and fluid in uterus? On clomid, (clomiphene) reg menses, and ovulation
What did your doctor: Say as this is not enough info to give an answer as it depends how scarred is the cervix and how much fluid in the uterus and other factors and if u do get preg then u may end up needing a cerclage of the cx if it measures too short due to the scarring which your OB can do an ultrasound to check. ...Read more
What is the required thickness of uterus before triggering ovulation in a pcos woman taking clomid (clomiphene) for getting pregnant?
Statistically how many cycles of Clomid (clomiphene) does it take the average couple on Clomid (clomiphene) to conceive?
CC probablilities: 85% conceive within 3 cycles. Very well established, 95% in six cycles. ...Read more
Can vitex 400 mg taken as a fertility treatment good for the female reproductive? Can vitex promote ovulation if you don't ovulate on time or early
Vitex herb: This is what I found as a general search : Chasteberry: Generally marketed under the name Vitex, this is an herb that may normalize sex hormones. It can help to eliminate the many symptoms of menopause including vaginal dryness. It comes in capsules, teas and dry or liquid extracts at health food stores. Not sure if this herb would be a consistent method for fertility treatments. ...Read more
Ovulated with 21mm follicle, timed intercourse but no pregnancy. This cycle going for iui... Will this increase the odds? Dh sperm count 38million..
Depends: Depends on your diagnosis. Iui may not improve pregnancy rates for all women (ie those that do not ovulate and partner has a normal sperm count during first few cycles of therapy) but is certainly beneficial for unexplained infertility, minimal endometriosis and some other diagnoses. ...Read more
Does clomid (clomiphene) make cervical mucus thin and thus affect sperm and pregnancy,does clomid (clomiphene) affect uterus?
Is it normal to ovulate around day 20 and have 33-36 days cycle? What about the egg quality on long cycle / delayed ovulation?
I have three cysts after using clomid (clomiphene) and follistim last cycle. They are functional based in E2. Will this interfere with ovulation this cycle?
Functional cysts: Functional cysts are the cysts in which the eggs grow and from which you ovulate so they are necessary for ovulation to occur. They can also be the corpus luteal cysts which develop at the site of ovulation and produce the progesterone that gets the uterine lining ready for implantation. Again necessary for successful pregnancy. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Is there a difference between Clomid (clomiphene) and ova-mit.And if so how effective is ova-mit ?.Have taken Clomid (clomiphene) on1st cycle but 2nd cycle took ova-mit.
Egg event vs. System: Ovulation is only one small part of the fertilization process. Viable sperm must reach the egg via an open fallopian tube and conducive female genital tract. The sperm must be capable of penetrating the egg, and the fertilized egg must be able to implant in a receptive endometrium and thrive.(system). ...Read more
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