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Doctor insights on: Luteal Phase 11 Days Pregnancy Possible

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Dr. Katharine Cox
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Pregnancy (Definition)

When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


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Can you have a early luteal phase and still achieve pregnancy 30 day cycle early luteal phase 4 days cm cramps on n off since 3/27-4/3 4/4 cramps ?

Luteal phase: The first “half” of the menstrual cycle can vary. The Luteal phase generally last 14 days if pregnancy does not occur. Cervical mucous is not always an accurate tool to determine exactly when ovulation occurs. If your pain/cramps continue consider seeing ab Obgyn. If you miss your period the certainly check pregnancy test ...Read more

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I have a luteal phase of 11 days. I ovulated dec 25th, my period was due jan 5th. I am 4 days late got positive pregnancy rest. What are my chances of contineuing this pregnancy with 11day luteal phase?

I have a luteal phase of 11 days. I ovulated dec 25th, my period was due jan 5th. I am 4 days late got positive pregnancy rest. What are my chances of contineuing this pregnancy with 11day luteal phase?

No different: The pregnancy should not be affected by this issue. The ovary continues to produce progesterone, extending the luteal phase, as a result of the pregnancy. The term luteal phase deficiency doesn't apply here nor likely anywhere. There isn't much evidence that that is an issue with pregnancy loss. Good luck, once u get an u/s your loss risk decreases to 2%. ...Read more

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I have a 28 day cycle. I took a OPK test and it came out positive on cycle day 16. So it appears my luteal phase is about 10 or 11 days. Could this be a problem when I am trying to conceive or is that a long enough luteal phase to sustain a pregnancy?

I have a 28 day cycle. I took a OPK test and it came out positive on cycle day 16. So it appears my luteal phase is about 10 or 11 days. Could this be a problem when I am trying to conceive or is that a long enough luteal phase to sustain a pregnancy?

LPD: 20 years ago luteal phase defect (lpd) was part of every fertility evaluation; it is no longer believed important except maybe in recurring pregnancy loss. If you don't have a rpl history, ignore lpd for now. Your arithemtic is correct, 28-16= 12, but opk is not precise enough for diagnosis. Only endometrial biopsy should be considered for lpd, and only when clinically indicated. Good luck! ...Read more

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If my period is 25/26 days long and my luteal phase is 10/11. Can I take a pregnancy test 8 days before my missed period?

If my period is 25/26 days long and my luteal phase is 10/11. Can I take a pregnancy test 8 days before my missed period?

Not useful: You would be testing too soon. Conception, as defined by the generation of a fertilized ovum, occurs within day or so of the sex. However, it takes about two weeks for the embryo to make enough HCG to produce a positive pregnancy test. Blood test may be done a day after a missed period. Home pregnancy tests should be done 4-5 days after the missed period. Use first morning urine and follow instructions for the test carefully. ...Read more

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Is it common to have a short luteal phase a month after a chemical pregnancy? My period came 6 days early, making my luteal phase only 8 days

Is it common to have a short luteal phase a month after a chemical pregnancy? My period came 6 days early, making my luteal phase only 8 days

Irregular common: It's not uncommorpn to have some irregularity after a loss, due to the dropping pregnancy hormones. it's best to wait a couple of months for thing to regulate before trying again. ...Read more

Luteal Phase (Definition)

The luteal phase (or secretory phase) is the latter phase of the menstrual cycle (in humans and a few other animals) or the estrous cycle (in other placental mammals). It begins with the formation of the corpus luteum and ends in either pregnancy or luteolysis. The main hormone associated with this stage is progesterone, which is significantly higher ...Read more