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No Period 17 Days After Ovulation
I ovulated on Saturday night, and my period started yesterday (thursday) so I got my period 5 days post ovulation. Why would this happen?
Short luteal phase: the luteal phase is the time from ovulation to the onset of your menses and average is 12-16 days. your recent cycle was short. the ovary produced low progesterone during that cycle. there are many causes for this and if you monitor your cycle and find that there is a consistent pattern, I recommend that you consult your gynecologist. ...Read more
Cycle usually 21-28 days. I am on cycle day 30(20 days post ovulation), had spotting on cycle day 20, have had 2 negative tests but still no period ?
Wait 10-14 days and: repeat the test. You might get your period by then, or if not maybe the test is then positive. If still no period and no positive tests, either wait another 2 weeks or see a doctor for more detailed testing to be done, usually a blood test. ...Read more
I had a number of positive pregnancy tests very early - 7 days before my missed period, 8 days post ovulation. Can this be right?
I am 16 days post ovulation. I took a pregnancy test this morning and it was negative. I have no pms sysmptoms like I normally would before a period. the only symptoms I have had this month were for 5 days after ovulation. severe bloating, cramping, dizzi
After missed period: 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. If the result is negative repeat the test in 4-5 days. Use first morning urine and follow instructions for the test carefully. If you do not wish to be pregnant, use contraception all the time, every time. You may consider implanted contraceptive, or IUD. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
12-14 days: After ovulation the follicle (egg sac of the ovary) is called a corpus luteum. It produces Progesterone to change the uterine lining to support implantation. If you are not pregnant the corpus luteum will die off in 12-14 days. If you are pregnant the HCG produced by the placenta keeps the Progesterone going to support the pregnancy. ...Read more
Usually does: But not always. If you got pregnant your period would not start. ...Read more
Yes: Fertilization yes, implantation not always.Get a more detailed answer ›
Is ovulation possible 1-2 days before expected period? If conception occurred, can a test show a result 2 days after ovulation?
Started spotting light pink day after ovulation, it hasn't stopped and its been 2.5 weeks started brown now pink, and now period is 3 days late?
Will Plan B work if taken after ovulation and then again 1 day b4 period should've started? But yet still have no period arrive. Currently 4 days late
No: Plan B is meant to be used within 72 hrs of intercourse, best within 24. Using it as you are asking will result in a unpredictable change in your normal cycle. Please speak to your GYN. ...Read more
I had unprotected sex one day after ovulation I was one week late.now I have a prolonged period that is 13 days and counting five days of heavy spotts?
A week after ovulation spotted 3 days. Expected period on the 18th but it didn't come. On the 23rd i spotted for three hours but still no period. Why?
What if i start my pills again 2 weeks before my period (i heard u can start anytime, so eventho after ovulation you still can start?) and wait for 14 days, are you protected by then?
Depends: Combination pills combination pills have two hormones — estrogen and progestin. You may start the combination pill at any time: if you start within five days after the start of your period, you are protected against pregnancy right away. You will not need to use a backup method of birth control. That means that if your period starts on a wednesday morning, you can start the pill up to monday mor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unlikely: Many things "can happen" in life. The possibilities are endless, as they say. However, there are generally 2 weeks between ovulation and the start of a menstrual period. Normal women can have an irregular cycle once in a while... so it is not a problem unless the irregularities continue. A primary care doctor or an Ob-Gyn doctor can check things out, if needed. ...Read more
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