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How Could I Make Myself Ovulate
Difficult: It's difficult to "make" yourself ovulate although one can use the lifestyle modifications mentioned in the prior answer. However, if you don't think you ovulate and you are trying to conceive, you should seek the help of a reproductive endocrinologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Normal periods: If you have roughly regular cycles, say 27-33 days, you are certainly ovulating. Rule of thumb is ovulation occurs close to 14 days before the start of the next period. Natural temperature charting (bbt) can help pin down when, but can also be frustrating and inaccurate. The home opk is pretty reliable for most women. For women with cycles more irregular, doctors can monitor with ultrasound. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ovarian failure.: If you did not have period that means you did not ovulate. ...Read more
Many: Many things. Anovulation can be caused by conditions. Pcos, hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, hyperprolactinemia, diminished ovarian reserve, premature ovarian failure (early menopause), and other conditions. See your gyn or reproductive endocrinologist to determine cause and eventual treatment. ...Read more
Happens sometimes: In a non-pregnant woman with regular periods, some causes of a late ovulation or a late period include: excessive weight loss or weight gain, increased exercising, emotional stress, having an illness, traveling, medicines (like birth control pills), hormonal imbalances, etc… Seeing a doctor is a good idea if symptoms are persistent, recurring, or worrisome... such as no periods but not pregnant. ...Read more
I'm on my ovulation week and the second day of it I start getting seeing pink what could that mean?
What could be the reasons for a woman to not to ovulate and how to find it out. What are the ways to over come it?
Ovulation: Some if not all women once in a while go without ovulation for a month or so. Some have no ovulation on a chronic basis. One of the more commonly recognized reasons for that now is polycystic ovarian syndrome. If you've not been evaluated for that and you know you don't have ovulation by doing ovulation test, I recommend you start out with seeing an obgyn and getting a full work up. ...Read more
I haven't been ovulating for 3months all of a sudden I feel ovulation symptoms, what could have possibly changed in my body?
Ovulation: It is not uncommon for a patient who does not ovulate regularly and may frequently skip several periods to spontaneously ovulate on her own without medication. Some patients with ovulation dysfunction have periods every 5 to 6 weeks, and some have periods only once or twice a year or even less frequently. The frequency of ovulation in a particular patient can also vary with weight gain or loss. ...Read more
My LH surges are over 8 days long for the past 6 months with regular 29 day cycles. What could cause this, and how do I know when I am ovulating?
I am skeptical: That your LH surges are actually 8 days long if your cycles are regular. The OPK you are using is either misleading you or may be used incorrectly. The OPK is not intended to be used each day once you detect a surge, so I'd suggest strongly that after you get a + you stop using the OPK, it is not necessary or useful to keep testing. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Before D&C I could feel ovulation pains. I've had 3 cycles post D&C and I can no longer feel ovulation pains. Is it possible that I'm not ovulating?
No: A D and C only affects your uterus, and ovulation is from your ovaries. If you are having regular cycles, you are most likely ovulating. If you are concerned and trying to figure out when in your cycle you are ovulating, you can do basal body temp charts or an ovulation predictor kit. ...Read more
Birth Control: Avoiding exposure to fresh semen in the vagina. I am not sure what else to say given that you are 25. There are several ways to prevent pregnancy from condoms to iuds to oral birth control pills to depo shots. Your gynecologist can go over the best options for you. But, you cannot get pregnant if there is no exposure to semen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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