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Follicular Phase Of Menstrual Cycle
Depends on ovulation: The luteal phase starts after ovulation and is 14 days by the textbook. To determine the length, you need to accurately know the day of ovulation. You should check for ovulation with urine tests or bbt. It is possible that you have a normal luteal length but short follicular phase. If you have a normal follicular phase (textbook = 14 days) then the luteal phase is 11 days. Best wishes. ...Read more
Menstrual refers to the monthly cycle in women which prepares the female for ovulation, generally once per month, which is that time of month that the egg can be fertilized by the male sperm, for the purpose of reproduction. Menstrual cycles start at the first day of menstruation. (it's always been curious to me that 'menstrual' and ...Read more
Depends on how...: Depends on how long one's luteal phase is. If the luteal phase is 14 days (from ovulation to just before the period begins), then the follicular phase is 14 days also. If the luteal phase is 2 days longer, the follicular phase is then 2 days shorter, etc., etc.... A normal luteal phase can be 10-16 days long among different women, but tends to stay the same number of days in an individual woman. ...Read more
At what phase in the menstrual cycle is a woman more likely to become emotionally attached to someone?
Too many variables: The psychological dynamics of interpersonal attachment is so complex that 4 million rather than 400 characters would not suffice. Emotional attachment may be influenced to some degree by hormonal changes, but over the long term this will play a minor role. If you are having problems of this nature suggest you see a clinical psychologist. ...Read more
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't say for sure: A textbook guess might say '12 days' if you subtract 14 days from 26, but this oversimplifies. ...Read more
I had norethesterone during middle of my cycle for spotting then after i finishd this my period came, so my follicular phase will start again after it?
What could possibly cause a consistent occurrence of double vision, vertigo feeling associated with Luteal phase and week one of menstrual cycle?
Neurology evaluation: The first step is to see a primary care doctor who can then arrange a consultation with a Neurologist. Vertigo and double vision need to be promptly evaluated. Once serious conditions are excluded the possible links to the menstrual cycle can be evaluated. Consider a virtual visit with a Healthtap Neurologist for more detailed answers ...Read more
Cd 23 of an average 35 day cycle, not ovulated yet and progesterone still in follicular phase but I have white CM in urine and cramps all day. Why?
Check it out: See you doc if persists . Not sure what happening. ...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
I am taking paxil10mg on the luteal phase on my menstrual cycle. With and w/o Paxil i feel extremely fatigued. Maybe an snri would give me more energy?
Possible: Paxil has more sedation than some other ssri medications. If this is not helping your symptoms, further work could be needed and possibly a different medication tried. Please discuss with your prescribing physician -- who may also elect a psychiatric consult for additional input. Be well. ...Read more
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